On the Program - March 5th 2008

Hour One
Guest: David Sirota
http://www.davidsirota.com/ Topic: Thom and David will talk about Election Primaries & Caucus Results

Hour Two
Guest: Vice Chair DNC Susan Turnbull
www.democrats.org Topic: Shouldn't the Michigan and Florida Delegates be decided on quickly (before PA) by the Democrats?

Mia Farrow was on about her recent trips to Darfur. You can see the photos on the link in the upper right corner of her website at www.miafarrow.org

Hour Three
Guest: Larry Scott
Founder & Editor VA Watchdog.org www.vawatchdog.org

Has the Clinton campaign "darkened" video of Obama, like Newsweek did with OJ?
Mentioned yesterday and today on the show briefly. From Daily Kos with additional postings here and here. You can see the actual ad on the http://www.hillaryclinton.com/video/145.aspx website. Is this an accident? An idiot working in the campaign or ad agency? Will Senator Clinton disavow it? Click "read more" to see the graphics below:

Update - now there's a Daily Kos diarist saying this is a tempest in a teapot and those of us "startled by this" are essentially just technically dumb. This diarist may well be right:

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2008/3/6/02123/27986/649/470232

First is the capture from Clinton's ad attacking Obama:
racebaiting

And the screen capture from Hillary's website itself:

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