On Sean Hannity's show Wednesday night, we had a civil yet spirited discussion on issues of the day. Juan Williams, a Fox News contributor and PBS commentator (with whom I often disagree) made his points concisely and focused on genuine issues. Hannity, as moderator, led the discussion in a manner befitting a leading national media figure. CLICK HERE
The next evening, Rachel Maddow's show was completely different. During a 10-minute segment with me, she flatly refused to discuss even for a moment the health care issue, which was supposed to be the topic.
Instead, she spent her time in a screeching, angry, at times irrational attack on Americans for Prosperity saying that our activists are not real, that they are part of a big corporate front, etc. Her attacks on us echoed Speaker Pelosi calling freedom fighters "un-American" for their grassroots involvement and Sen. Harry Reid calling grassroots activists "evil-mongers" and others on the Left saying we incite "mob violence."
Maddow attacked the
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