This Weekend's Political Agenda, with Todd Zwillich

Friday, October 22, 2010

US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama arrive for a rally for the Democratic National Committee at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. (Saul Loeb/Getty)

We're in the top of the ninth in the midterm election season, so it's time for the two parties to send in some pinch hitters. From Michelle Obama to Bill Clinton to Sarah Palin, Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich takes a look at where the big names will be campaigning this weekend.

Guests:

Todd Zwillich

Produced by:

Posey Gruener

Comments [1]

I.M.Knotfooled from Brooklyn NYC

How much propaganda can this show push?

John Hockenberry used to rant about President Bush and the War............

Now he is a pussycat loving that Barack Hussein Obama.................................While the War rages on............and On and he says nothing!

Has any thought been given to a fair hearing on Sarah Palin?

Like Juan Williams, never go against the thinking of the Host..............there is Hell to Pay!

Sarah did the worst thing a woman can do...............................she did not abort Trig.

Now the Left & John Hockenberry will Crush her.....................

And now for my final say to get John raging...............God Bless Sarah and her Wonderful family...........

As a Jew, we LOVE her........................What a pretty name!

I hope she visits Israel - The Home of the Jewish State real soon......................

To all the staff at -Takeaway- Eat your hearts out , The Tea Party Lives!

Now for the real takeaway for Hockenberry: God Bless the USA & the NRA!!

We love all the amendments - The Second as much as any of them.

Each one a gem!

Oct. 24 2010 12:45 AM

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