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While many of us struggle for a job after graduation, Suzanne’s talent enabled her to get one right after.He is going to be stepping down, and President Bush nominated former CIA chief Robert Gates to take over the job and help shape Iraq war policy. A Newsweek poll shows a whopping 66 percent of Americans don't think President Bush will be able to get much done during his final two years in office. Joining us this morning, political analyst Amy Holmes, no relation, and Democratic strategist Jenny Backus. HOLMES: All right, well -- AMY HOLMES: I'd have to say, I think, that's a pretty rosy spin.
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Holmes brings together a panel of pastors and religious experts — each of them with their own opinions and beliefs — to discuss the topic of homosexuality in the church. Tune in tonight at 11/10c to see the rest of the special.
Holmes also failed to challenge Amy Holmes's assertion that "many of the Democrats who were just elected, especially to the House," are socially conservative" and "pro-life"; in fact, only five of the newly elected Democrats who defeated Republican incumbents or have been elected to open seats previously held by Republicans have identified themselves as "pro-life." Introducing a discussion of the political aftermath of the midterm elections during the November 12 edition of CNN Sunday Morning, anchor T. Holmes identified guest Jenny Backus as a "Democratic strategist" but ignored the Republican ties of fellow guest Amy Holmes, introducing her only as a "political analyst." During the discussion, the onscreen text also labeled Backus a "Democratic strategist" and Holmes a "political analyst." In fact, just four days prior, during CNN's election coverage in the early morning hours of November 8, CNN anchor Larry King noted that Amy Holmes is a "Republican strategist and former speechwriter for outgoing Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist." Further, T. Holmes failed to challenge Amy Holmes's assertion that "many of the Democrats who were just elected, especially to the House," are "socially conservative" and "pro-life." All 435 House seats were up for election, but assuming Holmes was referring to the 28 Democrats who have, to date, defeated Republican incumbents or have been elected to open seats previously held by Republicans, only five of those candidates have identified themselves as "pro-life." A Media Matters for America survey of 27 of those candidates found that they all agree on a core set of issues, including raising the minimum wage, changing course in Iraq, and protecting Social Security.
Michael Fitzpatrick (R) conceded to his Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy.
The Democrats steamrolled over the Republicans, taking control over of both the House and the Senate in the midterm elections. [...] KING: Amy Holmes is the Republican strategist and former speechwriter for outgoing Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
Then Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld became a casualty of the victory. KING: Welcome back to our special election night, now election morning, coverage.