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Will Sarah Palin appear on any of the Sunday talk shows before the election?

HomerJS

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We have been told she is qualified to be President and she has a lot of spare time on her hands. Should not the press insist she appear? Do you think she will? If not why?

Added "all of them" in case they throw the hail mary.
 

Harvey

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Originally posted by: ProfJohn
I think she should, but I doubt it will happen.

Perhaps Fox Sunday.
ZOMFGWTFBBQ!!! I agree with PJ. :shocked:

World Ends! Film at 11!... ONLY on Faux News!
 

Dari

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Originally posted by: Harvey
Originally posted by: ProfJohn
I think she should, but I doubt it will happen.

Perhaps Fox Sunday.
ZOMFGWTFBBQ!!! I agree with PJ. :shocked:

World Ends! Film at 11!... ONLY on Faux News!
I doubt it. The people at Fox News may lean right but, unlike Sean Hannity, they have a reputation to uphold and I doubt they'll give her a free pass. Hence, she would never be interviewed by them.
 

Harvey

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Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Harvey
Originally posted by: ProfJohn
I think she should, but I doubt it will happen.

Perhaps Fox Sunday.
ZOMFGWTFBBQ!!! I agree with PJ. :shocked:

World Ends! Film at 11!... ONLY on Faux News!
I doubt it. The people at Fox News may lean right but, unlike Sean Hannity, they have a reputation to uphold...
BUAHAHAhahahaha!!!. Screen cleaner, please! :laugh:
 

Red Dawn

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Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Harvey
Originally posted by: ProfJohn
I think she should, but I doubt it will happen.

Perhaps Fox Sunday.
ZOMFGWTFBBQ!!! I agree with PJ. :shocked:

World Ends! Film at 11!... ONLY on Faux News!
I doubt it. The people at Fox News may lean right but, unlike Sean Hannity, they have a reputation to uphold and I doubt they'll give her a free pass. Hence, she would never be interviewed by them.
Well maybe she could go on their Morning Zoo show with those 3 stooges they have hosting it. She won't have to worry about answering any gotcha questions as those idiots wouldn't have a clue on what to ask anyway.
 

techs

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Originally posted by: Harvey
Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Harvey
Originally posted by: ProfJohn
I think she should, but I doubt it will happen.

Perhaps Fox Sunday.
ZOMFGWTFBBQ!!! I agree with PJ. :shocked:

World Ends! Film at 11!... ONLY on Faux News!
I doubt it. The people at Fox News may lean right but, unlike Sean Hannity, they have a reputation to uphold...
BUAHAHAhahahaha!!!. Screen cleaner, please! :laugh:
Hey, pass it here too.

 

Dari

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Originally posted by: techs
Originally posted by: Harvey
Originally posted by: Dari
Originally posted by: Harvey
Originally posted by: ProfJohn
I think she should, but I doubt it will happen.

Perhaps Fox Sunday.
ZOMFGWTFBBQ!!! I agree with PJ. :shocked:

World Ends! Film at 11!... ONLY on Faux News!
I doubt it. The people at Fox News may lean right but, unlike Sean Hannity, they have a reputation to uphold...
BUAHAHAhahahaha!!!. Screen cleaner, please! :laugh:
Hey, pass it here too.
Fox News Sunday is not on Fox News. It's on their broadcast channel.
 

CallMeJoe

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Governor Palin would gladly appear on any interview program, so long as she can "not answer the questions that ... you want to hear, but ... talk straight to the American people and let them know my track record".
 

Harvey

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Originally posted by: Dari

Fox News Sunday is not on Fox News. It's on their broadcast channel.
They give it a heavy dose of cologn, but on/off balance, it's still Murdoch. I'd guess Mike Wallace is having fits over how his errant son has crapped on the family name. He, Britt Hume and Bill Krystol are so obvious about how they reference every issue to the Murdoch line.
 

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