Friday, September 23, 2011

Anderson Cooper 360, Friday, September 23, 2011

KTH - "DO-NOTHING" CONGRESS: Report by Anderson Cooper
Follow up panel: David Gergen & Mark McKinnon, Frmr. Adviser to both Bush & McCain

KTH - "HPV LIES": Report by Anderson Cooper
Follow up panel: Dana Loesch, Erick Erickson & Gloria Borger
(Yes, my ears bled and my head exploded with Loesch & Erickson - punishment for Friday night viewers?)

FALLING SATELLITE, Debris Might Hit The U.S.: Anderson & Chad Myers

360 BULLETIN: Susan Hendricks
(What, no SHOT?)

Who Is Amanda Knox? Report by Drew Griffin
Follow up: Anderson interviews Amanda's mom

360 BULLETIN: Susan Hendricks

RIDICULIST: Sean Combs' Book of Butts

AC360 Transcript
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aries moon said...

Disgusting to hear Loesch, Erickson trying to downplay the nastiness of the conservative audience booing the gay soldier and acting like they were "plants"--I think the Republicans overall opinion of gays and gay rights is well known and it's not good. Gloria Borger and Anderson had to tiptoe around the issue and make the mildest possible criticism of the audience and the GOP politicians because heaven forbid they upset the Tea Party and other conservatives--quite a contrast to how David Gergen will generally assign blame to President Obama for nearly everything. Not one of those politicians even bothered to thank the young man for his service, but Anderson, Gloria, Loesch and Erickson all overlooked that.

I don't care about Amanda Knox and wish they'd stop doing big reports on her. All they need to do is announce what the verdict is.

Anonymous said...

Was Anderson in New York Friday night?

SM Pratt said...

I thought Anderson made a good point tonight about the budget and the house going on hiatus again. As much as these people make they should do more than they do; I have read that originally our founding fathers thought that Congress would only have to meet once a year for a month and that would be time enough to get everything done. Haven't things changed! Now it takes them that long to just argue over 1 bill and then they are so worn out they go on break.

I know it isn't practical and probably not possible but if the next election no one anywhere in the country voted for anyone on either side of the aisle in Congress and all Congressional races showed up as 0 to 0 - what would they do? I don't think this one is covered in the Constitution. But impractical as it is (and I'm not condoning it) it would send a very strong message from the voters. Evidently a 12% approval rating doesn't impress them at all.

Anonymous said...

Stupid people will always vote against their own interests.