The Ed Morrissey Show: Jim Geraghty, Guy Benson

posted at 1:00 pm on October 6, 2010 by Ed Morrissey

Today, The Ed Morrissey Show returns to its normal schedule (3 pm ET) and welcomes back Jim Geraghty of Campaign Spot at National Review.  Jim will bring us up to the moment on the exciting poll numbers blossoming in House and Senate races, as well as explaining the impact of funding decisions by the NRSC and the DSCC today.  In the second half, Townhall political director Guy Benson discusses the second half of his Big Ten analysis, including what’s going on in Minnesota.  Plus, Frazier goes for the knockout in Colorado!

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maverick muse on October 6, 2010 at 3:32 PM

Uncalled for smear of Bert Lance near the end. He wasn’t convicted, he was exonerated. He was the only one in the whole darned Carter Administration with a working brain – the original proposals for Zero Base Budgeting and eliminating the double taxation on corporate profits were Lance ideas.

Once he was gone, we were left with the likes of Jody Powell, Hodding Carter, and Griffin Bell. The smartest adviser Jimmah had left was Amy, and she wasn’t all that bright, either.

Adjoran on October 6, 2010 at 4:03 PM