Tag: President Obama
On this week’s show Saturday 12noon-3pm EDT.
As our nation promotes representative democracy around the world, it is time to finally bring it to those who don’t have it here in the United States — the citizens of Washington, D.C.
(For more on the fiscal cliff negotiations check out David’s discussion with Charlie Mitchell, #TAN Editor-in-Chief, in the first half hour of last week’s radio show here or continue on.)
No one loves top five lists more than Politico, so naturally that talented startup in Rosslyn, Va., weighed in with the five watch-fors at tonight’s presidential debate in Denver. You can read the Politico story here: http://politi.co/Vw5WP4
According to Politico, the first watch-for is whether Mitt Romney can “win” the first half-hour. We’re going to flag this one as a bogus metric. Turning points in debates can happen at any time and are more likely on the back end, as the discussion heats up and the debaters get frazzled. The first half-hour will see both candidates at their most poised and rehearsed.