H2: 11/30/12: Brian Wesbury, Rep. John Campbell, Tarzana Joe

November 30, 2012 by  
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11301202 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks to Brian Wesbury of First Trust Portfolio, Congressman John Campbell, and wraps the hour up with Tarzana Joe.

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One Response to “H2: 11/30/12: Brian Wesbury, Rep. John Campbell, Tarzana Joe”
  1. Kerry Davis says:

    The Simpson-Bowles “deal” won’t work for Republicans for the simple reason that it was the “deal” that Obama’s select committee or whatever came up with LAST year. Obama can say that THIS year is DIFFERENT.

    And I can’t think of any way to conduct a “media narrative” against the media’s will. Can you?

    What may end up saving the country is that since Obama can’t run again, the media might feel freed up now to actually show his failures. At least once they can see as the rest of us already can, that his “legacy” is already done for. They might have thought of him as “their guy” up to now (although more likely Obama thought of THEM as “his media) but once there’s blood in the water, it’s probably just a matter of time.

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