Hey, pretty cool: We got mentioned on the show last night (about the 2:30 mark)

If no video appears, go here

(Anyone know why these iFrames seem to disappear ? The code is : <iframe height=”339″ width=”425″ src=”http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/22425001/vp/27917363#27917363″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no”></iframe>

Category: Bailout Nation, Bailouts, Media, Video

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6 Responses to “Rachel Maddow & Bailout Nation”

  1. Mike in Nola says:

    You’re really making the bigtime. Let us know when you’re scheduled for Leno and Letterman :)

    “The Bush Bailout” is nice touch. If the Dems are smart, they will make this a theme to preempt the revisionism that is starting already. They should shoot for making W another Hoover. Hoover is still derided even though he wasn’t nearly as much to to blame for the GD as W is for the current disaster. At least I doubt we will see any proposals to put W on Mt. Rushmore.

  2. ddk says:

    Regarding iFrames:

    If it never appears, I would try replacing each quotation mark in the code — as pasted, you have symbols for smart quotes, that the HTML might choke on. Could be a quirk of the copy/paste, though.

    But if you mean, it’s there but goes away when you do something to your browser window (switch tabs, resize, etc), I would say: “Are you using Internet Explorer?” And if you were, I’d say “Use Firefox.”

  3. patrick says:

    ” “The Bush Bailout” is nice touch. If the Dems are smart, they will make this a theme to preempt the revisionism that is starting already.”

    You’ve revised the revision!

    Last I checked the Democrats:

    1. Were running congress
    2. Have no balls
    3. Are relying on the same bunch of people who invented/presided over the current crisis.

  4. patrick says:

    BTW, Maddow wins for the smuggest person on MSNBC which is saying something. Although, I must say that when Rush Limbaugh and Racheal Maddow are both quoting BR it’s impressive.

  5. howard432 says:

    Being stuck home for the last 2-1/2 weeks watching TV and taking pills has made me aware that there is no news on cable news. Period. CNN has occasional lapses into coherent politically inactive current events (Not so for Headline News) and that’s it. Tonight, with the near slaughter in the old Bombay, FOX gave us Hannity and O’reilly reruns, some new Greta, and zilch, completely ignoring a very dangerous situation. MSNBC has got to be a total joke with no straight news at all, and CNBC has an endless supply of opinionated screamers spouting their latest “buy buy buy” crap; “Investing in a Depression” is their latest. Thank GOD for NCAA Football reruns (loved the 1946 Army-Notre Dame game) and Hollywood gossip or I’d have no information whatsoever about anything. Oh, and there’s high school football from every part of the country on three channels, now there’s news I can use. Have to leave now, the Salvation Army Thrift store is having a sale and I think my 401K is included.