Katrina was the only one to refuse to be interrupted by Karl Rove. She is right on and if you do not agree with her, please don't get personal. She has experienced insights to offer and is welcome to the round table dialogue and ongoing conversation.
George did take brave risk by inviting Rove to the table, but BRove, Limburger, Lon Chaney and all the rest o' them public-dollar vampires are GONE now, at long last.
Also down in the flood of silver bullets, stakes and false #### are the likes of DeLay, Lott, Armey, Gramm, Santorum, Byl, Hastert, Craig, Jeb, Newt, Livingston, Domenici and all the rest o' them sidewinding occupiers of our country for the past 8 years, if not 14.
George, have them on anytime and let 'em talk !!!
Has the United States of the Americas been occupied by the Bush regime over the past 7 years?
Giving public "servants" nicknames is not getting personal with other posters here. The servants are on the public stage, by choice, and thus are fair game.
Again, Katrina was the only one at the Roundtable to refuse to let Karl Rove interrupt. That took grit.
Nothing wrong with being outspoken, as long as you have something worth saying (which katrina rarely does). I don't think that This Week should bring conspiracy theory wackoroos like katrina on the show. How many people actually read anything katrina writes? Not many I think, and that is because katrina represents all very small fringe segment of the left. Leave her on the fringe where she belongs.