Oct 222015
  • Michael T

    Apparently MSNBC, C-SPAN and CNN are televising Hillary Clinton’s testimony live and supposedly most, or all, of it beginning at 9 am ET. I haven’t heard what FNC’s plans are.

    I am just thankful for my DVR so I can fast forward through the boring questioning by the five Dems on the committee. (I would say the same if the rolls were reversed and Republican committee members were questioning a Republican.)

    Too early for popcorn and I am too lazy to make a donuts run.

    • Marty

      They all spend too much time speechifying and not enough time asking questions.

      • Michael T

        Totally agree.

        It will be interesting to see if they respond to this criticism, which has been widely disseminated.

        • Marty

          From what I saw, some responded to the criticism and asked questions. Some asked leading questions and some speechified.

          • Larry Kelly

            Some are smart. Some are stupid. Intelligence and politicians are not correlated.

  • sky303

    I do notice that when they use Brian Willams for their breaking news whatever thing … that Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews appear as anaylists … noticed it during Bohener’s announcement , where as Kate Snow’s hours (the one weekday slot I catch and like ) when there are politics I’ve seen both side guests and not 3 on 1. But can’t say Brian Williams is doing hard news non partisan if his guests are MSNBC lean leftovers hosts.

    • Marty

      These hearings are partisan! The coverage is partisan!
      Be still my heart.

      • Larry Kelly

        Very true. NBC nightly news segment by Andrea Mitchell edited as 100% pro Clinton. Left out some key testimony entirely like her email to daughter and phone call to Egyptian Prime Minister right after the attack that it was the work of Al Qaida terrorists. Days later she told the parents of the killed the blame was on the movie maker. Only the parting comments by Chuck Todd poured some cold water on her.

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    • Marty

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  • Nixon – niihpikiiookani

    I wonder if Madame Clinton would melt were they to throw a bucket of water at her.

    • Larry Kelly

      I don’t know, but she ain’t getting near my little dog.