Monday, July 11, 2011

A Monday Mix for AC360

Anderson Cooper was in the anchor chair from the NYC studio. Here's the rundown on tonight's AC360:

KTH: Rewriting History/Bachmann and Santorum signed a controversial pledge: A report by Anderson Cooper
Follow up discussion with Cornell Belcher and Erick Erickson

Trillion Dollar Showdown, Let's (Not) Make A Deal: Anderson, Gloria Borger & David Walker

Latest in the Casey Anthony saga: Anderson interviews Gary Tuchman

360 Bulletin: Isha Sesay

Jaycee Dugard talks about her captivity: Replay of portions of Jaycee's interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer
Follow up discussion with Dr. Drew Pinsky

360 Bulletin: Isha Sesy

AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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ACAnderFan said...

So african american children born during slavery were better off than those born today...yeah that makes alot of sense! How stupid! Slave families were torn apart all the time and sold off to different owners. Michele Bachman has no business running for president, though I don't think she has much of a chance anyway.

I also liked Anderson's discussion with Dr.Drew about Jaycee Dugard. She seems so strong despite what happened to her.

judy said...

The Ditzie Chicks, as Bill Maher would say, are at it again...or at least one of the Ditzie Chicks, rewriting history the way they comprehend it.
Is Michelle Bachmann for real?
She and her sister Sarah have an odd concept about what actually took place during the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. They both must have been absent that day.
In fact, I think they both should do more talking about American history, just to let us all see how truly stupid these two Tea Party Candidates are. I bet their version of a tea party is quite frankly, "having tea."
Loved Isha's bulletin with the 16 pound baby. Sadly however, it isn't all that funny.
Diabetic mothers are now giving birth to diabetic children and obesity is at epedimic proportions.
Oh that's right.
Sister Diz Palin, didn't like the First Lady for saying children should watch their example of government getting in the way and telling moms how to supplement their children's food consumption. How stupid of me to think this plan of Ms.Obama actually made sense.
Anything that makes sense is not on the agenda of the Ditzie Chicks.