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Friday, March 02, 2012

Libertarian Andrew Breitbart (Ethan Miller/Getty)

There were the Michigan and Arizona primaries, growing debate over contraception, the retirement of Olympia Snowe, and the sudden death of Andrew Breitbart. These stories and more will be covered by our weekly Friday panel which includes Katie Halper, blogger at katielhalper.com, Farai Chideya, a journalist and blogger at Farai.com, and Ron Christie, Republican political strategist, CEO of Christie Strategies, and former special assistant to President George W. Bush.

Guests:

Farai Chideya and Katie Halper

Contributors:

Ron Christie

Comments [1]

Charles

Celeste; could you be more specific, with a bit more evidence, as to your admiration for Olympia Snowe? I suspect that your admiration was because she was a woman, and was tugging the Republican Senate caucus to the left.

And that it didn't really have anything to do with her supposedly being much-needed moderate in a politically polarized Senate.

But Celeste I want to give you a chance to prove me wrong. You can support a moderate, versus a political extremist, in the United States Senate, this year. And you can simultaneiously prove that your favoritism of women candidates doesn't override all other considerations. I am very, very serious.

The contest is the Massachusetts Senate race. The moderate is Scott Brown. The political extremist is Elizabeth Warren.

Celeste; what a golden opportunity to prove your solid credentials as a moderate!

Mar. 02 2012 11:35 AM

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