Nicholas Burns (international politics professor, Harvard Kennedy School, and former U.S. ambassador to NATO), Michael O’Hanlon (senior fellow, Brookings Institution), Andy Kroll (staff reporter, Mother Jones), Josh Fox (documentary filmmaker, “Occupy Sandy” and “Gasland”) and John Fugelsang (political satirist and Current TV host).
“Radicals are not the people down at Occupy. Radicals work at oil companies. Extremists work at investment banks.” —Josh Fox watch video
“Both sides are standing up each day preening themselves campaign-style, as if they expect the public to pay attention and give deference to the repetition of the same ideas. And I for one am getting tired of it.” —Eliot Spitzer watch video
“I thought [the lunch] was a great opportunity for both men to look really good, and they blew it.” —John Fugelsang watch video
“Money for infrastructure in general creates more jobs than spending on defense or tax cuts.” —Eliot Spitzer read post