Daily Topics - Wednesday October 31st, 2012

Catch The Thom Hartmann Program LIVE 3-6pm Eastern!

Happy Halloween

Hour One: Get out the vote - CA A.G. Kamela Harris, Obama 2012 / Plus, have you ever seen anything like Romney-Ryan's phony food gatherings?

Hour Two: Romney lies about GM... Seton Motley, Less Government

Hour Three: The origins of trick or treat - Dr. Stephen Larsen, Center for Symbolic Studies / Plus, "Taking Our Country Back" - Kathy Boockvar, Congressional Candidate (D-PA, 8th District)

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Alison Mutter's picture
Alison Mutter 11 years 38 weeks ago
#1

I just found out from a friend in Cincinnati that Jeep is running TV and radio ads refuting Romney's ad. I knew about the press releases from both Chrysler and GM, but not about the ads. My friend also said that no one is buying Romney's pitch anyway but the Jeep ads are still effective. She also added that last night every commercial break had 4, back-to-back Romney ads, at least 2 of which were from Crossroads.

Ken Zukley's picture
Ken Zukley 11 years 38 weeks ago
#2

A short time ago, Thom was talking about 8 pages of Romney lies...... Anybody have a link to those pages??? Thanks,

k888j2 11 years 38 weeks ago
#3

Ken.....I'd like that link too. Or at least a copy of the lies Thom mentioned. Did you find them?

Bernsen 11 years 38 weeks ago
#4

I have a suggestion on how we can fix the News.

First, you allow all News organizations to get tax exempt status.

Second, the terms of that status is that you can not lie. You must be 100% truthful 100% of the time. If you make a mistake, you must correct it.

Third, once you sign up, you agree that if you violate the second rule, you can no longer use the word News in your name, even as an abbreviation, as well as having to pay taxes, and pay back taxes from the time you signed up.

You can call your self an opinion network, or an information network, but not News. This would apply to TV, Radio, Print, and Web.

Thoughts?

jdrew005 11 years 38 weeks ago
#5

Thom was talking the last few days about who answers poll calls... well I do. They only call in on my land line, not my cell, in my office, and when I see an 8xx number I figure it's a pollster. Oh boy! I can mislead and lie just like my alleged politcal hero Mitt Rawmoney! it's great fun to punk these folks. I sometimes tell them I'm bringing lots of folks to Romeny's "victory rally". Also a lie, but somehow don't feel bad about it. I do feel good that I might be part of the reason WIllard thinks he's going to win Colorado. I get a polling call every few days. They must have a list of people who will answer, I think, and they keep calling the same people. Which might be why the polls don't reflect any reality

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