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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Terry_Herrington, Aug 6, 2005.
I watched the video of it. It really wasn't as big of a deal as I thought it would be reading the news reports. If I was sitting next to James Carville and listening to his rants I might have a hard time containing myself as well.
On Friday's show, when talking about the despicable Mr. Novak, Rush Limbaugh wondered why he didn't do it earlier.
I am not a big fan of James Carville, but he is not as despicable as Mr. Novak.
Regards to both of you,
I think Novak new for a fact he would be taken
to task over the Rove leak...and he like a
cry baby found an opportune time to pick up his
toys and run...and the opportune time was to blame
Carville. Where is that big crybaby thing JoeB
posted when you need it!
I can tell that kid wants his applesuace and he
wants it now!
That virgin white bib is not long for this world
Nah, the despicable Mr. Novak wrote that article, yet Judith Miller is the one who went to jail. That doesn't look like he is going to be "taken to task," ASLANSPAL.
Hope you are having a fantastic weekend,
Apparently CNN has a double standard, conservatives go leftists stay, or perhaps they don't consider G.. D... as bad as bull....!
I think if Novak gets his applesauce and a hug
he might just come back...don't ask me to burp
I remember one time a long, long time ago on "Crossfire" when the Tom Braden was on the Left and Pat Buchanan was on the Right(which was the predecessor of today's debate programs and I think far better than any of them or "Crossfire" after Braden and Buchanan) that Tom Braden got angry and walked off the set. I think he came back a few minutes later after a commercial break. Braden was a liberal but I liked him as a person.
Braden and Buchanan. The good old days for political debate on cable TV.
Perhaps you are forgetting the fact that the despicable Mr. Novak walked off the set on his own........