Friday, August 25, 2006

Katrina-rama at "Meet the Press"

This Sunday's "Meet the Press" is dedicated to Katrina-rama with a few parting thoughts on the '06 elections.

Tim Russert will interview New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and ask him how New Orleans is faring one year after the devastation from Katrina. Russert promises to also ask Nagin about his media-hyped comments regarding post-9/11 New York City in defending the "clean-up" efforts in the Big Easy.

David Paulison, director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency will also chime in with his White House talking points about how well prepared for the hurricane season FEMA is this time around.

Leaving Katrina aside, Russert will then ask media pundits to pontificate on the upcoming fall elections. His guests will be Al Hunt, Washington managing editor of Bloomberg News, Robert Novak, syndicated columnist of Chicago Sun-Times, Kate O'Beirne, Washington Editor of National Review and Eugene Robinson, columnist of the Washington Post.

For Sen. George Allen fans, yep, expect to hear a few more words about his disgraceful "macaca" remarks.

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