Sunday morning show lineup
As Iowa's Kent Sorenson jumps to Ron Paul ship, rat analogies abound
Could Romney 'train' be derailed by Gingrich? Perry? Someone new?
Virginia primary: Was it so hard for Perry and Gingrich to get on the ballot?
Donald Trump as third-party candidate: Will he woo Americans Elect?
Ron Paul: why racist newsletter flap could hurt him in Iowa
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It's not so much the job, it's the technology. They miss the state of the art, entrepreneurial, free-wheeling spirit of a campaign.
Instant messaging? Nope. Wireless. Nope. Private email. Nope.
Welcome to the White House!
One staffer likens the predicament to the difference between an X-box and an Atari.
Although the technology has changed in the past few years, we wanted the same things at the Bush White House. Didn't get it. But we did eventually get Microsoft Outlook and flat screen monitors.
And hey, President Obama was able to get a BlackBerry (with a lot of restrictions), so that's a move in the right direction.
Well, you still get TV sets, guys. And they'll all be watching the Sunday news shows this morning.
Biden on CBS
We're assuming Schieffer will bring up Jill Biden's assertion on the Orpah Winfrey show that her husband could have had either the vice president job or the secretary of state position. And we're guessing he'll question the vice president about the ill-received joke Biden made last week as well.
CBS Face the Nation is the winner of the desert island question. If we were stranded on a desert island and could only watch one Sunday morning show, what would it be? (We're well aware of the faults with this analogy).
Here's the lineups to the silver medalists:
ABC's This Week: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard Carly Fiorina, The New York Times' Paul Krugman along with ABC News' Sam Donaldson, Cokie Roberts, and George Will join host George Stephanopoulos to analyze and debate President Obama's first week in the White House, what it will take to fix the economy, and the controversy over Caroline Kennedy and the New York Senate vacancy.