H2: 03/05/14: Stephen Hayes, Jeff Poor, Lowell Brown

March 5, 2014 by  
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03051402 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks to Stephen Hayes, Weekly Standard columnist, Jeff Poor, Breitbart.tv contributor, and Lowell Brown, Arent Fox attorney and Article6Blog.com blogger.

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  1. abderecho says:

    Surprised no one has mentioned how close to home Hilary’s Hitler comment actually is. Just as Mr. Chamberlian met with Herr Ribbentrop, Hitler’s charming Foreign Minister and lived to seriously regret and pay for it, is it not a little late and self-incriminating for Lady Hil to make the Hitler comparison after her well documented flerurtations via that cute “reset button” with the charming Sergey Lavrov, Mr. Putin’s Foreign Minister. Granted, while Hilary is no Prime Minister Chamberlian, does she not seek a similar post this side of the pond? At least Mr. Chamberlain had the good sense to make his colossal blunder after his election. In Lady Hilary’s case, seems her timing is a bit off.

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