‘ED Show’ playbook: Thu., Sep. 13

Updated

Protests rage in the Middle East as fury over an anti-Islam film continues to foment anger in the Muslim world. 

Will this crisis turn out to be Mitt Romney’s “Lehman Moment?”  Tonight, guest host Ezra Klein will ask E.J. Dionne, a Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution and Washington Post columnist.

Then, Mitt Romney rips a page from the Bush playbook on foreign policy.  We’ll update you on the growing anti-American protests in the Middle East with author James Mann (The Obamians) and Heather Hurlburt, former Special Assistant to President Bill Clinton.

The Federal Reserve makes a dramatic move to accelerate a slow recovery.  Jared Bernstein, former Chief Economist to Vice President Biden and msnbc Contributor, will have that. 

And later in the hour, Ezra and Jared will be joined by Dave Weigel, political reporter for Slate.com and msnbc contributor, to look at how Ron Paul’s quest to “End the Fed” movement is catching on with conservatives.

Apple’s latest iPhone has a lot of great new features, but the best one could be its impact on the U.S. economy. We’ll have the details.

It’s going to another blockbuster @EdShow at 8pET on @msnbctv.

Join the conversation now or during the show by commenting on Facebook and/or tweeting (with the #edshow hashtag) so we can share your thoughts on the show.

The @TweetTron9k is powering up the circuits to put yer tweets on the teevee.  

Explore:

The Ed Show Guest List

'ED Show' playbook: Thu., Sep. 13

Updated