October 28, 2012

Going into the 2012 election, political operatives Ben Palumbo and George Bruno give their take on the Democrats’ chances, and George Mitchell calls the Romney campaign’s Mideast statements “silly.”

  • Oct. 28, 2012 Oct. 28, 2012 With the 2012 election looming, a couple of longtime political operatives assess the Democrats’ chances next week, and George Mitchell calls the Romney campaign’s Mideast statements “silly.”
  • Ben Palumbo Ben Palumbo Washington political operative Ben Palumbo says the case for President Obama’s re-election is easy – in the face of GOP opposition, he persevered in improving the lives of millions of Americans – equal pay, student loans, saving the auto industry, reining in Wall Street, not to mention health care reform and ending the war in Iraq.
  • George Bruno George Bruno President Obama’s chances of winning the potentially critical four electoral votes from New Hampshire are pretty good, says former state party chairman George Bruno. The congressional races, he says, are competitive as well.
  • George Mitchell George Mitchell Bill Press and his guest, former Senator and diplomat George Mitchell, discuss the Middle East and the Romney's politicization of Mideast policy.
  • Jim Hightower Jim Hightower Ryan & Romney's dream for America -- a tax dodger's dream.

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