Tuesday, October 28, 2008

On Today's Show

Seven days left --- seven more days of nasty, vicious smears -- and we just can't wait for it to be over.

More infighting in the McCain campaign: Palin now being called a "whack job."

How will Senator Ted Stevens convictions on 7 counts help to bring it all down for the Republicans?

The white supremacist plot to kill Barack Obama: How much responsibility does the McCain campaign have to this and to speak out against it? And isn't this the kind of domestic terrorism we should be talking about rather than, as McCain calls him, the old washed up terrorist from the 60s?

Antigay leader Janet Porter (formerly Folger): You cannot be a Christian and vote for Obama.

And in the 4:30 ET hour: Bob Edwards, the legendary radio veteran who hosted National Public Radio's Morning edition for 25 years. Now on XM, channel 133 and Sirius Channel 196. We'll get his take on the election and the antigay ballot measures in three states.