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Politics: Palin / Wall Street / A Discussion #963318

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 14, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's speech to Tea Party activists in Boston noted. [PALIN - says the consequences are unAmerican.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Democratic strategist Paul Begala & Republican strategist Alex Castellanos about politics, Wall Street reform & the Tea Party. [BEGALA - comments on what Senator Mitch McConnell said about the "bailout" bill for regulating Wall Street.] [CASTELLANOS - comments on the Tea Party: the tip on an iceberg of voters who bond over the idea that Washington is not listening; notes how Palin is uniting the populist anger; notes how Democrats need a villain.] [BEGALA - characterizes the Tea Party movement, which keeps it secular, populists & anti-Wall Street; comments on what liberals are considering doing to undermining the Tea Party.]

Cooper, Anderson

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