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18 Responses to “Crossfire 2.0: Your reactions”
Wishing it were a real crossfire… you know, with guns?
I cant stand to look or listen to Stephanie Cutter, so I will not watch this show.
I enjoyed the conversation between Sen. Paul and Sen. Menendez. Newt was too subdued… I thought Stephanie Cutter was overbearing.
Van Jones has a better shot. Nice looking fellow who has some charm. I wouldn’t send a mongoose in a room with Cutter.
I thought the show was alright. I do think out of the 4 co-hosts, SE Cupp will be more energetic. The others seem like they are stepping out of their comfort zone. Time will show. I did enjoy the dramatic music.
The great thing about Old Crossfire is that no one gave a crap if Tom Braden and Pat Buchanan ‘liked’ each other. It’s a different world.
The great thing about the old Crossfire is it got cancelled. May history repeat itself…
I haven’t watched yet, and I already hate it.
^ Same here. I’m working off the commercials.
I’ll give it a shot when the Communist and the Cupp lady are on.
Will Cutter always be paired with Gingrich and Cupp always with Jones?
“Will Cutter always be paired with Gingrich and Cupp always with Jones?”
^^ I don’t know the answer but a Cutter/Cupp pairing and Jones/Gingrich pairing sounds like a more interesting mix IMHO. It would be interesting to know if the s*x of the participants had a role in the pairings though.
That was a decent attempt at writing like a conservative Hunter S. Thompson. I doubt most Caller readers will get the joke, but I laughed.
“Stephanie Cutter and Newt Gingrich, both of whom are very comfortable debating issues as guests on other CNN programs, proved to be remarkably uncomfortable in the co-host chairs. Their questions were too scripted, their repartee too forced, their interactions tempered by uncharacteristic stage-fright.”