June 1, 2007

CQ Radio: Chris Cillizza, Mark Tapscott

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Today on CQ Radio (2 pm CT), I'll talk with the Washington Post's Chris Cillizza, who writes prolifically for their political blog, The Fix. We'll talk about the impact of the immigration bill on the McCain campaign, and the impact of Fred Thompson's toe-dipping on the entire GOP primary field.

In the second half of the show, Mark Tapscott joins us to talk about the warnings of a Republican meltdown. Mark is the editorial page editor for the Examiner series of newspapers and a well-known conservative essayist and thinker. We'll talk about the Peggy Noonan piece in the Wall Street Journal and the secret hold by Jon Kyl on FOIA expansion.

Be sure to call and join the conversation at 646-652-4889!

Addendum: My boss talks about BlogTalkRadio on CBS's Wallstrip. And Heading Left's James Boyce will appear on MS-NBC today to provide the liberal point of view on the immigration bill.


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Posted by admin | June 1, 2007 3:19 PM

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Posted by James D. Huggins | June 4, 2007 12:30 PM

Sent: Friday, June 01, 2007 2:37 PM
To: 'ecampaign@gop.com'
Subject: You've lost me...

My name is James D. Huggins. I've been an active Republican since I worked at Barry Goldwater's local campaign office in 1964 at the age of 13. In 2004 I went door to door to get out the vote for George Bush.

If the current immigration bill passes and is not vetoed, not only myself, but every active Republican I know and have spoken with will cease working for, contributing to, and voting for this party.
Immigration Amnesty is the reason. I feel deeply betrayed. This bill will not buy votes and
goodwill from the illegals-made-legal, and it disgusts those of us who believe in legal immigration. It will not contribute to the Rule of Law.
It will not build the American Economy. It will not solve the Social Security shortfall.

George Bush has insulted our intelligence to call this anything but what it is. It is amnesty.

You will get no more donations, no more hours of work, and no more help from me in any form if this bill passes and is signed into law. This is a circular firing squad for the Republican party.

> Most deeply and sincerely no longer yours,

> James D. Huggins