Sunday Talk

Face the State WFSB   11 a.m

Host: Dennis House

Race for Governor

Tom Foley, Republican Candidate for Governor

Dan Malloy, Democratic Candidate for Governor

Kevin Rennie, Hartford Courant

The Real Story Fox61 10:30 am

Host: Laurie Perez

Campaign 2010

Chris Keating, Hartford Courant

Daniela Altimari, Hartford Courant

Christine Stuart,

Pat Scully, Scully Communications

Closing the Achievement Gap

Ramani Ayer, CT Commission on Educational Achievement

Steve Simmons, CT Commission on Educational Achievement

The Stan Simpson Show Fox61  10 am

Host: Stan Simpson

“Heroes Have Problems”

Vin Baker, Former NBA All-Star

CT News Makers WVIT/NBC30  6:30 am

Host: Tom Monahan

Race for Congress

Ann Brickley, Republican Candidate for Congress

Preparing Students for the Business World

Peter Gioia, CBIA

Campaign 2010

Susan Bysiewicz, Secretary of the State

Focus on Connecticut News12 Saturday: 7:30 am, 11 am, 2:30 pm, 7:30 pm.Sunday: 2:30 am, 7:30 am, 11 am, 1:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Host: Tom Appleby

U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, Democratic Candidate for Congress

Dan Debicella, Republican Candidate for Congress

CTN Capitol Report Sunday at 8 pm Replays of: The Real Story (8:30 PM), CT Newsmakers (9 pm),  Face the State (9:30 pm), On the Record (10 pm)


5 Responses

  1. More Jobs or More Government?

    Incumbent Congressman Jim Himes is for the same type of command-and-control policies that have consistently led to low growth and high structural unemployment in Eastern Europe in the twentieth century and in Western Europe today: his only problem with pork-barrel stimulus is that there has not been enough of it. His only concern with the healthcare bill is that it did not go far enough. He voted to adjourn congress without addressing January’s massive tax hikes.

    The incumbent is for unlimited government. On his watch, he voted for a government that increased borrowing by a trillion dollars a year. His answer is always the same: more government. More taxes, more spending, more job-killing regulation.

    Challenger Dan Debicella believes that there is a better way: he is for policies conducive to economic growth such as replacing the pork-barrel stimulus with a payroll tax cut. He opposes all tax increases and intrusive regulation that stifles job creation.

    Dan is for a constitutional, limited government. He would cap the size of the federal government at 20% of our gross domestic product. He would force politicians to make trade-offs between competing priorities instead of always growing the size government. He would reduce the number of government employees.

    If Dan Debicella shares your beliefs and you want to help him advance those beliefs in congress, then you can do so here: . Both sides should be able to agree that your choice is clear and it is important. What kind of country do we want to live in? Do we want to continue down the current direction or do we think that there is a better way?


    New York Times, Hartford Courant, Stamford Advocate, Bill Clinton, all Dem. Connecticut legislators, all of the major unions, among many others. This man has built a massive consensus, based on his proven track record as a dedicated public servant. He knows how to GET THINGS DONE. He will find compromises. He knows the system in CT. He will be EFFECTIVE, like he was in Stamford for 14 years against tough odds.

    Rich cronies in Greenwich, George W. Bush, hedge funds, investment banks, the Podunk Gazette, and his charmingly lovely wife. This man has not built an EFFECTIVE consensus, only shallow promises to “shake things up.” He is not a proven public servant with actual governing experience, he is a proven Corporate Raider with actual nasty experiences. He will be DIVISIVE and POLARIZING, and get nothing done. BUT! That polarization will assist him greatly in his HIDDEN AGENDA to vault onto the Washington stage in 2012. It is patently obvious that he is on a power hungry ego trip, not looking to serve the little people of CT, and his ambitions are fueled by millions of dollars earned off the backs of thousands of middle class people he laid off at places like Bibb Corporation. STOP HIM NOW!!!!!!!!!!!

    Foley has many black marks: I believe the voters of CT deserve a Governor who does not have to explain his two arrests, his federal security clearance problem, his close ties to George Bush, his faked exploits in Iraq, his horrendously ugly and protracted divorce, his linkage to Reverend Barbara Sexton and other weirdos, his massive layoffs at Bibb Corporation, and even the huge mansion and huge yacht (his conspicuous wealth rubs me the wrong way, like he’s BUYING THE ELECTION).

    Malloy is the man. Foley will soon be forgotten.

    SUGGESTION TO PRESIDENT CLINTON: Sir, you are one of the most admired ex-Presidents ever, with the Clinton Global Initiative, tsunami disaster relief, and other worthy causes. Please make the following statement on Oct. 31st in Hartford, in front of all the TV cameras and reporters:

    “I whole-heartedly urge you to vote for Dan Malloy for Governor. He is a proven and dedicated public servant with a great track record…….and he is the only candidate who DOES NOT HAVE TO EXPLAIN HIS ARRESTS AND HIS CORPORATE RAIDER LAYOFFS, like his opponent.” –Bill Clinton

    Dorothy B. & family

  3. Steve,You have mentioned that 100+ jobs would be lost with the Press cnsliog and that Bristol’s Legislators are working with the State to help with the issue. What is Torrington doing to help? Isn’t that where the Press is actually printed? Won’t the majority of the jobs lost be there?

  4. Pleasing to find someone who can think like that

  5. Thanks for your thoughts. It’s helped me a lot.

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