GOP strategist Jack Burkman determines how badly Andrea Saul’s ‘Romneycare’ response to the Obama campaign’s Soptic ad could hurt Mitt Romney’s run. Turks Row tackles New York’s new online surveillance system. Montana State Senator Ryan Zinke joins Cenk to discuss “Zero Dark Thirty,” a new movie fictionalizing the operation that found and killed Osama bin Laden. Plus, Cenk and Michael “Epic Politics Man” Shure reveal their guesses for Romney’s VP selection.
After a campaign spokesperson seemingly defended Mitt Romney’s groundbreaking health care plan while Romney was governor of Massachusetts, right-wing talkers from Rush Limbaugh to Ann Coulter began eating their own. watch video
Cenk talks to former Rep. Alan Grayson (and current candidate in Florida) about the real cost of businesses cutting back — or cutting loose — employees’ health care plans at precisely the moment that saves insurance companies from covering expensive [...] watch video
Cenk, Ana Kasparian, Jayar Jackson and Michael Shure talk about New York City’s new electronic surveillance program. “They’re coming for you,” Cenk says. watch video
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