Join Jim and Greg as they welcome the news that Democrat John Fetterman will take part in a U.S. Senate debate after the media started questioning his fitness as a candidate and a possible senator. But will the late date of the debate help to protect Fetterman from a rough performance? They also hammer President Biden over his false promise to do everything possible to bring down gas prices, after the Wall Street Journal reports this administration approved the fewest acres for drilling in almost 80 years and 97 percent less land than almost every president since the end of World War II. And they discuss the disturbingly hateful reactions to Queen Elizabeth II’s death, including a Carnegie Mellon professor who wished her “excruciating pain.”
Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America have only good martinis Wednesday. They are very bullish about many of the Trump cabinet selections. They enjoy watching the left prove out radical it is by how it responds to a simple Trump tweet. And we love watching Senate Democrats regret scrapping the filibuster for political appointments.
Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America offer four martinis for the price of three today. They enjoy seeing Hillary’s lead shrink dramatically in the Washington Post tracking poll, but cringe as Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk makes an incorrect and possibly insensitive statement about his opponent. And there are double crazy martinis, as Hillary Clinton reportedly wants Joe Biden as Secretary of State and Chuck Todd reveals it took Clinton staffers 12 hours and 10 drafts to compose one tweet during this campaign.