H3: 11/26/12: David Mamet, Joe Kernen, Elisabeth Meinecke

November 26, 2012 by  
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11261203 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – This hour, Hugh interviews, playwright, David Mamet, Joe Kernen of CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” and Townhall Magazine’s Elisabeth Meinecke.

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  1. Kerry Davis says:

    Hugh got close to a question I would have asked, but I don’t think Mamet’s answer was specific enough for my question. And it’s possible he doesn’t even know, but I would have asked if either Patti Lupone or Debra Winger personally believes the same as the character they play – and maybe that’s why they took the part – and sees the play as a “win” for “their side.” I would be especially concerned if Lupone claimed that, but then I’ve known for years that leftys are often – if not usually or even always – delusional to some degree. Even if nothing else ever had before, the recent election proves that.

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