June 26, 2007

CQ Radio: James Joyner, Robert Bluey, Brian Darling

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Today on CQ Radio (2 pm CT), we have a busy show in store for you. In the first half of the show, we'll have James Joyner from Outside the Beltway to discuss the Sally Quinn column in today's Washington Post. She thinks that Dick Cheney will get forced out of office in favor of ... Fred Thompson. In the second half of the show, Robert Bluey and Brian Darling of the Heritage Foundation join us again to talk about the Top Ten Defects of the amnesty bill, and the 'clay pigeon' tactic that will allow the legislation to return to the Senate floor.

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UPDATE: I forgot to link to this earlier, but Dr. Helen Smith has a new advice column blog, and it looks very interesting indeed. It's part of the Pajamas Media empire, which seems like a fitting place for the Instawife!

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Comments (3)

Posted by Paul A'Barge | June 26, 2007 1:30 PM

She thinks that Dick Cheney will get forced out of office in favor of ... Fred Thompson

Oh yes. A man who is politically astute politician who sincerely wants to be President is going to ... wait for it ... affiliate himself with GW Bush, the most radioactive politician on the current American stage.

Sally Quinn's brains must have slipped to her muffpot.

Posted by RBMN | June 26, 2007 1:44 PM

Sally lives inside a leftwing bubble that's inside another leftwing bubble, just in case the first bubble breaks somehow.

But she needn't worry. Her bubbles seem to be in good working order.

Posted by Sandy P | June 26, 2007 4:02 PM

This is the concern I have w/Fred - when I read the pubbie insiders were pushing him.

More of the same???

We're going to be duped again????