Sunday, November 24, 2013

OWN's Scot Ross To Review Scott Walker's Book On MSNBC Today

Scot Ross from One Wisconsin Now will inform the country about Walker's book, Walker's record and the 2014 gubernatorial campaign on live TV Sunday morning just after 9:00 a.m central time (10 a.m. eastern), on Melissa Harris-Perry's' MSNBC cable news program.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's nice to hear concern about (same old)issues which the left find troubling.

War on women.
Union busting.
Voters rights.
vs.
Protecting human life
Saving government jobs
Protecting voters rights

When will Democratic candidates be stepping up and making appearances in Iowa? I find that a little concerning.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

When will Democratic candidates be stepping up and making appearances in Iowa? I find that a little concerning.

Anonymous concern troll is concerned.

James Rowen said...

With a Democratic incumbent, that will wait. The GOP pretenders have to get out there to compete now by bashing the incumbent. This is not difficult to grasp.

Betsey said...

"Protecting human life" at the expense of women's health, emotional well-being and right of self determination.
"Saving government jobs" by union busting and beating up on people who can't afford to speak out or defend themselves.
"Protecting voters rights" by denying and restricting some voters access to voting and registration.

Anonymous 5:26 am: Don't pretend you don't know what your party is doing when it restricts access to abortion and forces women to undergo unnecessary procedures; or that breaking up unions is anything but lessening the power of public sector unions to protect their members from government bullies; or that restrictions on voting and registration is anything but limiting voting access for demographics that wouldn't vote your way.

Puh-leeeze!!!

Anonymous said...

@James

"The GOP pretenders have to get out there to compete now by bashing the incumbent"

The case made to the American people by the right won't be made against an incumbent, it will be made against the progressive agenda and how it has affected personal and financial well being.

The conservative candidates will make the case that after 5 years now, how will Americans judge the progressives' definition of "change".

montrealhammer said...

Oh, Anonymous, please illuminate for progressive heathens the damaging effects of the progressive agenda on personal and financial well being.

Better yet, how about a providing a direct one-to-one comparison of the conservative agenda versus the liberal/progressive agenda as they relate to the personal and financial well being of the mass population of this country? This is worth examining in detail.