Romney is dragging his own campaign and every Republican down. Republican operatives and House and Senate candidates have conceded as much throughout the month of September.
Chris discusses the Republican reaction to President Obama’s speech from Friday and the controversey surrounding Mitt Romney’s tax returns. He talks to former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about the 2012 Presidential campaign, Tom McGrath from the Philly Post, and Brian Montopoli from CBS News about what Pennsylvania’s role will be in the 2012 Presidential Election.
Chris talks to Lawyer Gregory Gianforcaro on the latest in the Jerry Sandusky trial, Matthew Pestronk about his company’s dispute with unions, CBS Philly’s Spike Eskin on Flyers, Sixers, and Phillies all losing last night, and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about Rick Santorum’s endorsement of Mitt Romney.
Chris reviews the arguments before the Supreme Court yesterday focusing the mandate in the Affordable Healthcare Act requiring eveyone to purchase health insurance. He talks to former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about his support for Mitt Romney for President, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine, and J.L.Cauvinto and Kevin Israel about their show tonight at Helium Comedy Club.
Chris reviews the Republican Debate and analyzes it with John Hayward from Human Events. He also talks to Penn Jillette about his new book, God Knows.
Chris reviews the Ames Iowa Straw Poll. He discusses what comes next for the candidates with Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup and gets the latest of the Phillies with Manager Charlie Manuel.
Mitt Romney, Michelle Bachmann, and Tim Pawlenty don’t need to be reminded that the Ames poll is important.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie is in Iowa today, sparking more speculation about his presidential aspirations, even though he’s ruled out a run in 2012.
Chris talks to Kansas City Television Reporter Diane Cho about the devastating tornado in Joplin Missouri, Inquirer Reporter and Crime Guy George Anastasia about the latest Philadelphia Mafia arrests and Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, just back from his tour of Guantanamo Bay.
It’s less than nine months from the first primary and the Republican race for president is wide open.
Former Democratic President Bill Clinton and rising stars in the Republican Party were among the political luminaries flocking to Pennsylvania on Thursday to campaign for candidates.