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November 25, 2009

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This Week on Midweek Politics with David Pakman / November 25th, 2009

Total Running Time: 58:08

MP3 Podcast: Available with entire Midweek Politics Archive for Members

This Week’s Topics:

–Critical emails about Ralph Nader’s appearance last week on Midweek Politics.

–Do Midweek Politics listeners listen to conservative talk radio, too?

–Sarah Palin floats Glenn Beck as a possible 2012 running mate, and has long been considered a communist liberal by some in Alaska.

–Sarah Palin’s comments about Israel suggest she may have only recently heard about the country’s existence.

–NBC shows clearly photoshopped pictures of Sarah Palin on one of their networks, and then says that it took them days to sort it out and to prevent it from happening again.

–Interesting Palin book tour interviews with Sean Hannity and Bill O’Reilly, including Palin claiming that she is more experienced than both Barack Obama and Joe Biden.

–Tucker Carlson says Palin is more experienced than Obama and smarter than Al Gore.

–Size matters for Fox News and conservatives, as we can clearly see from their obsession with the number of pages in the healthcare reform bill.

–Barack Obama’s approval ratings are lower than ever, and negative on all issues other than energy policy and global warming.

–Fearmongering increases related to an Obama one world government and new world order.

–In addition to Chuck Norris, Elisabeth Hasselbeck is being asked for political commentary on Fox News.

–The Khalid Sheikh-Mohamed trial, including comments from AG Eric Holder, and Senators Dianne Feinstein and Linsday Graham.

–Isn’t it time that the media stop referring to Senate Democrats when they are actually talking about Joe Lieberman?

–Gay marriage news, including violently anti-gay Pastor Harry Jackson.

–Rudy Giuliani is rumored to be running for US Senate in 2010 as a precursor to President in 2012, although his people have denied the allegations

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