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Can the GOP become an alternative to Obama?

09/08/11 08:00PM

Let me finish tonight with the reality of last night. I know one thing from hard experience: if the American people want change, if they're not happy with the person in the White House, they will find an alternative. We the people don't accept failure. So the question is whether the Republican Party can do its job of coming up with an... read more

Coming up on Hardball...

09/08/11 05:12PM

Our attention turns tonight from the Presidential hopefuls to the man in the White House. President Obama takes the podium at 7 PM ET before a Joint Session of Congress to unveil his much-anticipated jobs plan—and we’ll bring it to you tonight on msnbc. But first, we’ll preview his speech with Minority Whip Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) and author and... read more

Matthews: Perry may hurt the GOP

Matthews: Perry may hurt the GOP

09/07/11 08:00PM

Hardball’s Chris Matthews explains why Rick Perry’s opposition to Social Security and the scientific aspect of climate change may hurt him in the headlines to follow Wednesday night’s debate. watch

Who is Rick Perry?

Who is Rick Perry?

09/07/11 08:00PM

Wayne Slater of the Dallas Morning News and the Daily Beast’s Mark McKinnon talk about the importance of Rick Perry’s appearance at Wednesday’s debate. watch

What happened to Obama?

What happened to Obama?

09/07/11 08:00PM

With his job approval rating at a new low, can President Barack Obama recapture the hope and change he promised during Thursday’s address before Congress. A Hardball panel discusses. watch

Coming up on Hardball...

09/07/11 05:04PM

It’s finally here… the NBC/Politico Republican debate! And that means we’re in for a double-header Hardball, live at 5 and 7 PM ET tonight! We’re live from the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. We’ll preview the debate—frontrunner Rick Perry’s first—with NBC’s David Gregory, the Huffington Post’s Howard Fineman, and Fmr.... read more

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