Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Another Crazy Night


On 360 tonight: Senator Joe Lieberman says the votes are there to lift don't ask don't tell but now they're fighting over working through the holidays and Republicans are saying they're disrespecting Christmas, now more Americans could be eligible for lap band surgery and 360 looks into whether it's safe, and the story of the school board shooting caught on tape.



KEEPING THEM HONEST: RACE AGAINST THE CLOCK: Report by Anderson Cooper



'DON'T ASK, DON'T TELL' REPEAL PASSES HOUSE Bill heads to Senate next: Interview with Senator Joe Lieberman



CHRISTMAS COMPLAINTS Senators unhappy over holiday work days: Discussion with Paul Begala and Dana Loesch



GULF OIL SPILL A FATHER'S PLEA: Report by Anderson Cooper



OIL SPILL DISASTER: A FATHER'S PLEA Sen. DeMint holding up legislation: Interview with Keith Jones



FLORIDA SCHOOL BOARD SHOOTING New insight on gunman Clay Duke: Report by Tom Foreman



360 BULLETIN: Susan Hendricks



EXPANDING LAP-BAND SURGERY FDA vote raises questions: Discussion with Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Phil McGraw



THE RIDICULIST: The Facebook thief:




Chad Ochocinco from the Cincinatti Bengals tweeted that he spoke with Anderson today. Do we believe this? Hmmm. Here's his tweets:









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11 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

Congress needs to just suck it up and work during next week if they have to. Its like Anderson said plenty of people have to work during the holidays. It dosen't appear that they're working many days as it is.

So any idea why Anderson would be taking to Chad Ochocinco. I don't really care since I dislike sports, especially football.

Anonymous said...

I found 360 to be blah tonight. I couldn't get into any of it.

I saw Chad's tweets to Anderson early in the morning. He tweeted he had just talked to Anderson at 6AM, I wonder what Anderson was doing up that early!? Then later he tweeted Anderson.

It seems to me that they may be getting together for an interview. Ocho does his own show also, he goes around interviewing people and puts it on TV. I think it's on True TV. They did show them on ESPN but not anymore. So who really knows what is going on there. They could both have the other on their show.

aries moon said...

Good to see that the repeal of DADT is still possible--hopefully there won't be any roadblocks put up to prevent ending it. AC was right, these politicians have no right to complain about having to do their jobs.

judy said...

Have to agree with Dana Loesch, those that don't want to work because of the "holiday," all knew what they were getting into when they ran for Congressional seats.
So work away people. You were put there to serve.
Unfortunately, I had two neighbors who died because of lap band procedures and complications. They were both heavy, and diabetic and had the lap bands as a last resort. Fast forward, and we all feel, that in their particular case, as they were a couple, dieting would have saved them both.
The fact that the FDA approved the use of lap bands for people less heavy, and some people on the board were share holders, is certainly, a conflict of interests as AC pointed out.
Too bad both Sanjay and Dr. Phil, would not SAY that this WAS a conflict of interest. Do they both have stock in Allergan?
And why must we hear from "Dr.Phil of himself??" Isn't Sanjay Gupta MORE of an expert in these matters?
Good mix of topics tonite on 360
As an aside, Jon Stewart slammed CNN tonite, in particular, the new hire, Piers Morgan and his "oh so clever promo."

Anonymous said...

I just could not get into the show last night. sorry I did catch a few things here and there.

Kathy

Anonymous said...

Dana Loesch is not an effective spokesperson for the Republican position because she interrupts too much, talks too fast & loud, & is too smug. Even when she says something I agree with, or isn't arguing with the Democrat, she's so belligerent that I don't want to even hear her, much less be persuaded.

Ed Rollins & Alex Castellanos are excellent -- I often disagree with their points of view, but they present them well & with courtesy.

If CNN wants a female Republican for some reason, they really should keep looking for a better one than this. Kathleen Parker is a good example of how to do it right -- surely she's not the only one?

Anonymous said...

Anderson will being doing a series next week called Extreme Living. One person on there will be Jennifer Jo Cobb, a female NASCAR driver. Maybe he is trying to get Ochocinco for that series.

I am guessing he is taping it now since I am sure he is off next week and probably even the following week up until his New Years Eve show.

Anonymous said...

OOPS...made a mistake in my last comment about the Extreme Living series. They will show it the week of the 27th not next week.

Steven said...

Does anyone know if Anderson did the beat360 on Friday night? I won and I just realized it! I know he sometimes does it on Friday nights and of course I missed it!

Anonymous said...

@ Steven...They haven't done Beat 360 on TV in a while. I didn't even know they were still doing it actually.

So do you still get a shirt even if they aren't doing them on TV?

sydney said...

@judy "Dr. Phil of himself" ha! Love it. He annoys me to no end.