July 18, 2007

CQ Radio: It's My (Pajama) Party And I'll Sleep If I Want To

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Today on CQ Radio (2 pm CT), we have Duane Patterson of the Hugh Hewitt Show to talk about the all-night session in the Senate and its aftermath. We'll also talk with Mackenzie Eaglen of the Heritage Foundation about the capture of Khaled al-Mashhadani and the NIE report released yesterday. During the hour, we'll also review Peter Pace's "sea change" statement and John McCain's speech on the Senate floor.

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Comments (3)

Posted by J. Mark English | July 18, 2007 1:44 PM

Yea, I get the feeling your pajama party will be a lot more fun :-)


Posted by sam | July 18, 2007 3:49 PM

check out this funny story of local politics gone terribly wrong. let me know what you think. http://www.mypetpeeves.com/plog/index.php/archives/2488

Posted by Carol Herman | July 18, 2007 3:51 PM

Moonshine over Miami. Theater and schtick. For the Ma & Pa Kettle Show.

I think Harry Reid is hell bent on taking the old media down with him! So, just when one might recover? The old stuff comes out of the trunk.

You really didn't think this was gonna work, did ya?

At least the GOP, which has lackluster leadership in Lott & McConnell, still get practice at seeing if they can learn to kick in the right direction. Without tripping over their canes. (Bob Hope used to this this routine, better.) But what do you exect from the senate?

They want face time? And, they get face time.

It's a good thing, though, the kids have turned away, and no longer watch boobs. And, no longer need newspapers for the "latest news." Which arrives after the Internet. Guess whose audience grows bigger?

Even with Dubya being Dubya, the Ma & Pa Kettle Show can't get a leg up.

Now, let's make an interesting bet. James Webb, paranoid and a megalomaniac, sees the hapless Harry Reid. What are the Bonkeys gonna do? I'd bet most are more terrorized by Webb than Harry.

But the dance continues. You were taking bets that the bozos would sleep on the cots?