Chuck Todd: GOP Candidates Will Do 'A Lot Of Weird Stuff' To Stand Out In Crowded Fie

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  1. Crabtownboy

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    Does this mean do not believe anything any of them say? Regardless, it should be interesting if not informative.

     
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    Hillary had buttons with the confederate flag in '08 and the White House bathed itself in the rainbow flag and no one watches the mainline stations but the GOP is attention grabbing????
     
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    What special insight does Chuck Todd bring? None.

    He's just a partisan hack carrying water for the dem/libs.
     
  4. InTheLight

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    I'm shocked, SHOCKED, that politicians will pander to their audiences and say anything to win votes. That's obviously a trait of Republicans and Democrats are blameless. [/sarcasm]
     
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    The op does not have any evidence of that actually happening. It is an opinion piece based on speculation made entirely for the purpose of trying to discredit the opposing view.

    The op is a prime example of yellow journalism.
     
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    All true. However, the person in the OP, Chuck Todd, has it within his power as host of Meet the Press to ask candidates provocative questions in order to get a "weird response".
     

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