‘Ed Show’ tonight: Mon., Feb. 6, 2012

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Did Clint Eastwood score a touchdown for the American worker with his “Halftime in America” Super Bowl ad? 

The iconic actor/director is telling an American success story and righties aren’t having any of it.  Ed will have reaction from United Auto Workers President Bob King and Rep. Gary Peters (D-MI).

Racism rears its ugly head in another Super Bowl ad (watch below), and the Republican candidate behind this one isn’t backing down.  Ed will talk with Michael Eric Dyson, Professor of Sociology at Georgetown university and author of “Can You Hear Me Now?”

Brand new poll numbers show the American people agree that Barack Obama deserves a second term and the more voters learn about Mitt Romney, the less they like him.   E.J. Dionne, a Senior Fellow at The Brookings Institution and Washington Post columnist, and Joan Walsh, Salon’s Editor at Large, will talk about the president surge.

Republicans in Congress are about to pass a union-busting bill and the Democrats, yes the Democrats, may help them out.  Ed will get the scoop from Veda Shook, International President of the Association of Flight Attendants.

Ed is live tonight from Minnesota, one of three states making their choice for the GOP presidential nomination tomorrow.  Will Rick Santorum’s revival of the “death panel” myth help him in the North Star State.  Ed will talk about the latest campaign news with Howard Fineman, NBC News Political Analyst and Editorial Director of the Huffington Post Media Group.

And Tom Brady’s supermodel wife’s lands in our Psycho Talk after dropping the F-bomb in a finger-pointing tirade following the Patriots’ loss to the Giants.

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

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'Ed Show' tonight: Mon., Feb. 6, 2012

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