Also from the Ames, Iowa Straw Poll event today. Michigan Congressman, Thaddeus McCotter, made it official he’s seeking the nomination to be the GOP candidate to run against Obama in 2012. He sat down with FNC’s Bret Baier for a brief interview after today’s event.
For those of you unfamiliar with McCotter’s personality, just Google “Thad McCotter” and “RedEye.” He’s acquitted himself quite well there, as someone who’s a serious candidate, as well as an uber-intellectual. Oh, and did I mention how hip he is? Again I encourage you to Google for videos of his appearances on various programs. He’s late to the game, but he’s definitely not a flake. I wish him well, and like Herman Cain, I think he would make a great cabinet pick for the GOP winner in 2012. He’s a serious guy, but not too serious. He’s got the political and policy chops to do big things in the future for the country.
He may not do anything big in 2012, but he’s definitely a rising GOP star.
This is just evidence beyond belief. Bravo for the crack FNC staff getting the background on funding, current staff and other employees of NPR saying WORSE things than did Juan. If Juan Williams must be fired for expressing his “opinion” on TV, then certainly we can ask the same of Ms. Nina Totenberg and her other brethren at the liberal, hypocritical NPR.
Now…I’m waiting for the Dems to join the Repubs in denouncing NPR for this blatant hypocrisy. Wait, what’s that I hear???
Aw, yeah. You all knew this one was coming. Charles Krauthammer got in a one-two punch, and Steve Hayes gave his own roundabout punch over this epic FAIL of the Obama administration on fighting terrorism and, specifically, their response to the NW airlines attack by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab.
Tonight on Special Report, the panel was excellent as usual. Recent reports revealed that KSM’s attorneys say he and his co-horts will plead ‘not guilty’ so they can explain in court why 9/11, along with their assessment of American foreign policy as they see it.