Katie Couric ignored Palin and her debut in Katie’s old seat. She now hosts GMA. Sarah seemed fired up. I taped her debut but have not watched it yet. Had to leave early this am and I have a hot yoga class tonight. Gotta keep the yoga booty going LOL.
And in case you were unaware a person keeps the title for life once elected to any office or if they have earned a degree such as MD they are always referred to as Doctor even if retired. BTW only MDs are doctors the PhDs are “doctors of philosophy” but not doctors. They hold a doctorate–
MD means medical doctor no other degree says that.
And within the first few minutes of NBC’s popular morning program, it was clear that Palin had a strategy for handling the show that was once hosted by Couric – plenty of self-deprecating humor. By contrast, Couric’s approach was to completely ignore Palin; she made no reference to the 2008 race or her blockbuster interview with the then-vice presidential candidate that many credited with dooming the GOP ticket.
The first glimpse viewers of the “Today” show got of Palin was her head buried behind an open newspaper.
“Oh, man, she’s doing her homework!” co-host Matt Lauer said.
- Will Kate Couric or Sarah Palin Make a Better Morning TV Host? (usnews.com)
- Sarah Palin & Katie Couric Head Back to Morning TV: Whom Will You Watch? (people.com)
- Katie Couric vs. Sarah Palin: Ratings rematch? (seattlepi.com)
Scott Pelley, one the most experienced reporters in broadcast journalism, has been named anchor and managing editor of the “CBS Evening News,” it was announced Tuesday by CBS News Chairman and “60 Minutes” Executive Producer Jeff Fager and David Rhodes, the President of CBS News. The appointment to the broadcast, to be re-named the “CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley,” is effective on June 6. Pelley will continue to report stories for “60 Minutes.”
I always record “Sunday Morning” and it usually features most of the stories about Jews, and so today was no exception. It had on the Jewish founder of Starbucks, big bucks Howard Shultz who has comeback to keep Starbucks solvent. I think my aunt who has lived in many states of the union, actually worked in one of the original stores in Washington state. She called me one day and told me about this Starbucks place with great coffee. I try not to ever spend money there, wasted bucks more like it.
And Celestial Seasonings tea is also owned by a Jew. When I went to India I discovered, well before that really, Chi tea which is an Indian invention. Hell, I could have started a tea company with that one tea and branded it my own. That’s what the Jew who owns Celestial did and co-opted other teas as well. I am all for creating jobs but stealing brands is another story.
So imagine my surprise during the interview about the lost logo of Starbucks and how they are going after grocery stores with their new brand. Then Katie looks at this Jew and asks him “are you trying to take over the world?” Of course he said no, they are not going to make tennis balls but more of the same.
Keep it up Katie. Eventually we will need enacting quotas to keep Asians and Jews from taking over this country and its universities. Too late! Speaking of university takeover the one black commentator, forget her name, did her opinion piece on the Jewish student who had a viral video for her Asian rant about one of them who started talking on the cell phone in the library. Whoever it was should have gone outside, but did not . Wallace, the student, got a lot of bad emails behind her rant. But it went viral because people agree with her. Yes, we need or will need Asian quotas in California universities. Then there are the millions of illegals there with their hands out.
- Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is all abuzz (cbsnews.com)
- Katie Couric Likely Gone From CBS News in June (newser.com)