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Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Joe Miller
Sean was joined by GOP Senatorial candidate Joe Miller who made headlines last month with his unprecedented primary victory over Senator Lisa Murkowski. Now, weeks into his campaign as the GOP nominee, he hasn’t forgotten the Tea Party supporters who helped him win in September. “I think you’re going to win this race,” predicted Hannity, “Lisa Murkowski just can’t give up her grip on power.” Miller responded, “Alaskans are sick of the big spending that’s going on and they know we need to go in a new direction.” Murkowski hasn’t given up her bid for a November victory but is instead choosing to continue as a write-in candidate. Regardless of the outcome, the Alaska Senate race has already helped to shine the spotlight on the power of the Tea Party movement.

Meg Whitman Strikes Back
California Gubernatorial race is heating up and GOP candidate Meg Whitman joined Sean to defend the latest attacks by her opponents. As the Miami Herald recently published, Whitman came under fire for allegedly hiring an illegal alien as a housekeeper. “I don’t think anyone has handled an issue as swiftly or as smartly as you did,” praised Sean on Tuesday, “The more I learn about this the more I’m outraged by the stunt Gloria Allred pulled.” Sean was referring to the high powered attorney, Gloria Allred, who’s credited with leaking the story to the media. Whitman quickly responded, “This woman filled out the I-9 form which says that, under threat of perjury, you’re allowed to work here in the United States.” Whitman continued, “This broke my heart but I had to fire her because it’s the law.” It seems like the campaigns are filled with less substance and more dirt throwing. Exactly what Americans aren’t looking for these days.

Times Square Bomber Gets Max
U.S. District Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum threw the book at failed Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad today, sentencing him to life behind bars. Shahzad smirked after receiving the maximum under federal sentencing rules, which will keep him locked up until he dies. “If I'm given 1,000 lives I will sacrifice them all for the life of Allah," the defiant bomber proclaimed. For more on this story please click here.

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Meg Whitman

Margaret Cushing "Meg" Whitman (born August 4, 1956) is an American businesswoman and Republican candidate for Governor of California. Whitman was Chief Executive Officer and President of eBay from 1998 to 2008. Whitman has served as an executive in numerous large companies, including The Walt Disney Company, DreamWorks, Procter & Gamble, and Hasbro, in addition to eBay. A native of Long Island, New York, Whitman is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Business School. In February 2009 she announced her candidacy for Governor of California. She won the Republican primary on June 8, 2010. She will face ex-governor Jerry Brown in the November election. If successful, Whitman will be the first woman to serve as governor of California. She is the fourth wealthiest woman in the state of California with a net worth of $1.3 billion in 2010.