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How Andrew Cuomo gets things done in NY

How Andrew Cuomo gets things done in NY

12/13/11 07:00PM

GQ's Lisa DePaulo joins Morning Joe to discuss a recent article on Gov. Andrew Cuomo, D-N.Y., and his ability to get things done in his state. Last week, New York passed a bill that cuts taxes for the middle class but raises them for the wealthy. watch

Scarborough: Newt re-elects Barack Obama under any scenario

12/13/11 12:57PM

Joe Scarborough: “Yesterday, Glenn Beck said something that I guarantee you a lot of small government conservatives like me have thought. And that is: If I have to choose between Barack Obama and Newt Gingrich – a guy that George Will said would make a marvelous Marxist and who is the opposite of being a small government conservative – if Ron Paul is running as a third party candidate, I’m going to give him a long look. Because I can’t vote for the two guys who worship at the altar of big government in their own separate ways. read more

Must Read Op-Eds for Tuesday, December 13, 2011

12/13/11 12:19PM

THE RYAN PRIMARYBY ROBERT COSTANATIONAL REVIEWRyan, the influential budget-committee chairman, may not endorse a candidate before January, but the competition to be seen as a Ryan ally is intense, says one GOP insider. Romney’s latest ads, the insider says, are part of what Republican strategists dub the “Ryan primary,” with Romney and Gingrich eager to be identified as fellow travelers.THE BRITISH EURO FARCEBY ROGER COHENNEW YORK TIMESBritain's defiant freedom and independence are real virtues proven over time. read more

Top Talker: Romney and Gingrich Throw Punches

12/13/11 09:41AM

Mitt Romney is working to push back against Newt Gingrich, suggesting the former house speaker should return the $1.6 million his firm was paid for advising mortgage giant Freddie Mac. But Gingrich's response to Romney was just as aggressive.  He slammed Romney's career at venture capital firm, Bain Capital...while taking a shot at his debate wager this weekend. He said, "If Governor Romney would like to give back all the money he earned from bankrupting companies and laying off employers over his years at Bain then I would be glad to listen to him. read more

Morning Headlines: Tuesday, Dec. 13th

12/13/11 05:57AM

Here's a look at the stories we're following right now. What are you reading this morning?Two Army helicopters crash at Washington base, four soldiers killedOccupy protests disrupt West Coast portsSouth is up for grabs for GOPMitt Romney steps up attacks on Newt GingrichSandusky hearing may bring testimony by accusersCanada withdrawing from climate change agreement read more

Tina Brown: Newt captures the viscera...

Tina Brown: Newt captures the viscera people want

12/12/11 07:00PM

Newsweek's Tina Brown joins Morning Joe to discuss why people may not want Newt Gingrich come general election time, but at the moment, people want to feel angry, and that is why they like Gingrich. And new USA Today/Gallup polling shows swing states... watch

GOP Sen. Lee: Compromise 'an inevitability'

GOP Sen. Lee: Compromise 'an inevitability'

12/12/11 07:00PM

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, joins Morning Joe to discuss the likelihood of Congress passing new laws before the election, a balanced budget amendment, bipartisan action in the Senate, and why "compromise is an inevitability in any legislative discussion." watch

Will Mitt learn to toughen up against...

Will Mitt learn to toughen up against Gingrich?

12/12/11 07:00PM

Top Talkers: Conservative radio host Michael Savage offers Newt Gingrich $1M to drop out of the GOP race, and Mitt Romney is calling on Gingrich to return the money Gingrich made advising mortgage giant Freddie Mac. And, of course, Gingrich fires back. watch

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