Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
Author and Democratic activist Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is concerned about the injection of religious belief into political campaigns. After Rick Santorum said her uncle John F. Kennedy’s call for separation of church and state made him want to throw up, she says Santorum was being childish and unworthy of a presidential candidate.
One-time Republican campaign strategist Mike Ussery says Mitt Romney has a rough course toward winning the presidency, but if he can take Florida and Ohio, then the president is in trouble.
Bill Press chats with AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on labor’s endorsement of President Obama, Republican attempts to suppress the vote and the need for bipartisan support for rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure.