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Monday at the RNC, Live Online

The following guests will be taking reader questions today in live online chats from the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn.: political blogger Chris Cillizza, Washington Post White House reporter Dan Eggen and Obama campaign reporter Shailagh Murray will be online at 11 a.m. EST to discuss how the administration and Republican National Convention are reacting to Hurricane Gustav. Click here to submit questions or read the discussion.

MSNBC senior political correspondent Tucker Carlson will be online at noon to examine the 2008 election, the Sarah Palin selection and the delayed GOP convention. Click here to submit questions or read the discussion.

Posted at 10:13 AM ET on Sep 1, 2008  | Category:  Trail Chat
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CNN reported something about rioting at the RNC and *POOF* nothing after that. I did only get the tail end of the story before they went back to the limited-event in LA.

What is going on in the US with the news agencies? What has happened to the constitution?

The US goes from no action for Katrina to over reaction Gustav. Go figure?

Posted by: Silly Ex-pat | September 1, 2008 5:08 PM

Sarah Palin is an extreme right wing NEO NAZI who openly supported Buchannan who is a HOLOCAUST DENIER and praised Hitler "as a man of great courage". Palin never expressed her views about ISRAEL.
In addition, she is an evangelical idiot who still believes that THE EARTH IS FLAT and that evolution is wrong.

Jewish associations are outraged

Posted by: JACK | September 1, 2008 11:49 AM

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