Flipping out! Mitt Romney’s latest flip-flop is on global warming. He’s changed his position on key issues so many times, we have to ask: How can we believe him? We’re asking Salon’s Steve Kornacki and USA Today’s Susan Page.
Could Newt Gingrich become the country’s first openly mean president? That’s what msnbc Political Analyst and Mother Jones Washington Bureau Chief David Corn is asking in light of the former Speaker’s mini-surge in the polls. Is Newt the GOP’s “new thing?” We’ll talk to Corn and msnbc Political Analyst Alex Wagner.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)’s troubles could go deeper than the recent controversy over his personal narrative. Rubio—commonly hailed as the GOP’s secret weapon when it comes to courting Hispanic voters—could actually be on the wrong side of the issues for most Hispanic voters. Rubio opposes a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants, including the Dream Act, which would provide a chance for some undocumented youth to become legal. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL)and Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA) join us on this tonight.
Plus: William Colby led a complicated life: He served as CIA Director from 1973-1976 and was one of the world’s premier super-spies. In a new documentary “The Man Nobody Knew” by his son Carl, we get a glimpse of a life lived in the shadows. Carl Colby is here tonight to tell us about his dad, the film, and America’s spy games. Don’t miss it!