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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

TIVO alert: Howard Wilkinson on MSNBC tonight

The Enquirer's own Howard Wilkinson is scheduled to be on MSNBC tonight at 9:11 p.m. during coverage of the "Potomac primaries" tonight. He'll be talking, of course, about Ohio's March 4 primary.

No point in adding a photo here - Howard is the feller at bottom left.


at 3:18 PM, February 12, 2008 Anonymous Enquirer readers said...

The rest of the country will soon discover what we already know:

Howard should have retired years ago.

at 3:19 PM, February 12, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beats Cunningham.

Go Howard!

at 3:37 PM, February 12, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Howard is a feller?

I thought Janet Reno had finally landed a job.

at 6:06 PM, February 12, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Howard Wilkinson is EXCELLENT!

at 6:47 PM, February 12, 2008 Anonymous KathyMac said...

Good story.

at 8:33 PM, February 12, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Too bad there's not a real paper in town with real pundits. MSNBC will be featuring a chief propagandist for the official propagnda machine. What else should we expect from the war profiteers at GE's MSNBC?

at 10:20 PM, February 12, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many packs did he smoke before he spoke?

at 12:22 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Howard has a face for newspapers.

at 12:45 AM, February 13, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a story?

Surprised the Enquirer hack reporters didn't have another Jean Schmidt hit piece on the blog today.

Malia Rulon is slacking off.

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