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Roemer: Nobody has New Hampshire locked

Roemer: Nobody has New Hampshire locked

01/09/12 07:00PM

2012 GOP candidate and former Louisiana Gov., Buddy Roemer, joins Morning Joe in New Hampshire to discuss his campaign and the N.H. primary. Roemer says his campaign has raised $315K with an average gift of $51. watch

Scarborough: Romney needs to finish above...

Scarborough: Romney needs to finish above 30 in NH

01/09/12 07:00PM

Top Talkers: Tuesday is primary day in New Hampshire, and a new Suffolk University poll has Mitt Romney leading by a large margin in the state. The Morning Joe panel – including New York Magazine's John Heilemann, and Mike Barnicle – discusses. watch

Must Read Op-Eds for Monday, January 9, 2012

01/09/12 10:53AM

JUST THE TICKETBY BILL KELLERNEW YORK TIMESA political scientist I know proposes the following choreography: In the late winter or early spring, Hillary steps down as secretary of state to rest and write that book. The president assigns Biden — the former chairman of Senate Foreign Relations — to add State to his portfolio, making him the most powerful vice president in history. Come the party convention in September, Obama swallows his considerable pride and invites a refreshed Hillary to join the ticket. Biden keeps State. read more

Barnicle: Romney can't wait to get to...

Barnicle: Romney can't wait to get to September

01/08/12 07:00PM

Mike Barnicle suggests that Mitt Romney is looking forward to September of this year when he can resume showing the country his moderate views. And Chris Matthews suggests the economy will still be the main deciding factor in who wins the 2012 election... watch

Huntsman defends his service as ambassador

Huntsman defends his service as ambassador

01/08/12 07:00PM

Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Time's Mark Halperin, Mike Barnicle, and New York Magazine's John Heilemann – discusses Jon Huntsman's gain in New Hampshire polls and the criticism he's receiving over acting as U.S. Ambassador to China. watch

Van Halen plays gig at tiny Manhattan club, and you didn't see it

01/06/12 12:19PM

 Let's take a break from Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and let's talk about New York for just a few seconds.Last night, Van Halen...yes Van Halen...played a gig at a very tiny club in the Village. And David Lee Roth was on vocals. Yes, he's back in the band. Only 250 people were there. Watch the video above. That's what it looked and sounded like.Over the years, Van Halen had David Lee Roth, lost him, picked up some other singers, and then got DLR back. read more

Roemer: GOP candidates bought and sold by special interests

01/06/12 10:50AM

Buddy Roemer, fmr. gov., R-La., and current GOP '12 candidate: “You know what is amazing to me? As the only man running who’s been a congressman and a governor – with a darn good record at both – I have not been asked to be on a single debate. Could it be that they don’t want to hear about the money? I mean, Mitt Romney takes million-dollar checks under the table. Even Rick Santorum, who’s a decent guy, formed a superPAC. They’re all in it together. There’s not a bit of difference among them. They’re bought and sold by the special interests.” read more

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