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Political notes from Free Press staff writers Terri Hallenbeck, Sam Hemingway and Nancy Remsen



Dean interviewing Sanders

Sen. Bernie Sanders is expected to be on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show tonight, interviewed by guest host Howard Dean.

Two guys from Burlington, Vt., getting together on the national airwaves.

Sanders' office says the senator will be appearing via satellite from outside his Church Street office. He’ll be on the top of the show, a little after 9 p.m.

- Terri Hallenbeck

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Ho Hum...Beavis and Butthead
ooooh i'm sure the questioning will be intense . . .

Considerining nobody watches MSNBC on a normal night, I have to imagine that it will be down to Howard and Bernie's friends and family on the night before Thanksgiving.

Oh well, nice to see local boys on the national stage, even if I don't agree with them on many issues . . .
Question of the day:
How many time will Bernie use those timeless classics of his..... 'we should raise the taxes on the top 2% to support welfare programs for the folks' ...or 'it is the result of 8 years of Bush/Cheney' ...or 'its the greed of Wall Street'.

The song always remains the same.
Bernie is a politician that will help you if you ask for help.
What a joke. Dean had no use for Socialist Bernie when he was Governor. None.
Remind me again about MSNBC's ratings?
Who is Howard Dean going to endorse for Governor? I wonder which one of the five he will back.
Ho-Ho for president.

Oops, we already tried that.
Dean will back Schumlin
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