- The Washington Times - Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Ralph Z. Hallow and Donald Lambro get into it in their Two Guys in a Newsroom video today over McCain senior adviser Charlie Black saying, in effect, a terrorist attack on the United States would probably benefit Republicans in the November elections because they have a tougher image on defense. Black took in in the neck from critics in the press and among Democrats. Lambro argued Black goofed because he shouldn’t have answered a “hypothetical” question from a reporter about such an attack and that Black should have danced around the answer. Hallow said Black gave an adult answer to an adult question and raised the level of campaigning from its usual lighter fare.

Two Guys in the Newsroom then moves to a heated discussion of James Dobson and Al Sharpton, John McCain and Barack Obama. What do they have in common. Not a whole lot, the newsroom boys concluded. What do you think? Post your own views below.

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