Nora O’Donnell, Independent Woman; Note to the Republican Party: Don’t Tell 95% of People They’d Be Better Off with Obama!

27Oct08

Nora O’Donnell just hosted RNC chairman Mike Duncan on MSNBC live, primarily to discuss the issue of Sarah Palin’s clothing. The interview was a demonstration in why the Republican party will lose so badly 8 days from now. Rather than try to somehow refute the charge that the clothing costs that much (the news is the type of trivia that can be so damaging in elections; just ask George H.W. Bush about grocery store scanners), Duncan accused O’Donnell of having MSNBC of paying for her clothing. At this point, O’Donnell interjected with a sharp “No, they don’t,” which could have very well been an “Oh no you didn’t!” Duncan then backed away sheepishly from the subject, suggestion we should talk about Barack Obama instead. Not John McCain, his candidate, but rather Barack Obama, his opponent.

Duncan’s next line of attack was the “re-distribution of wealth” comment…one would think that after American banks have just been nationalized by a Republican president, this line would fall on deaf ears. So it is curious then, why Duncan would perk up those ears. He then went on to say that 95% of Americans would, in fact, be better off under Obama. And they would be better off, because the money would be coming from the “Wall Street Fat Cats;” the ones that the Joe the Plumbers of the world were so angry about bailing out.

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