Men on Football...not necessarily safe for work
Okay, we got beer chilling, the margarita mix standing by, some of my husband's incredible queso dip and chips and barbecued pulled pork sandwiches ready to go, HDTV fired up...it's SUPER BOWL TIME!!!!! Naturally, it's taking a little more than normal concentration to look at what's happening Sunday morning with the anticipation of getting together with friends and family to enjoy the Super Bowl. Nevertheless, concentrate we must, because it's a wide array of bobbleheads this morning, from new State of the Union host Candy Crowley with Hillary Clinton to temporary This Week host Jake Tapper with Timothy Geithner to sell out Fox News Sunday host Mike Wallace with Sarah Palin. Let the games begin.
ABC's "This Week" - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.
CBS' "Face the Nation" - NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
NBC's "Meet the Press" - John Brennan, President Barack Obama's top counterterrorism adviser; former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson; former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan; Ed Gillespie, former Bush White House counselor; Dee Dee Myers, former press secretary for President Bill Clinton.
NBC's "The Chris Matthews Show" - Panel: Kathleen Parker, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Michael Duffy, Norah O'Donnell. Topics: How President Obama Plans to Recapture His Momentum; Obama's Advice: Ignore the 24/7 Cable and Blogosphere Trash Talk.
CNN's "State of the Union" - Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton
CNN's "Fareed Zakaria GPS" - Is peace in the Middle East still an option? King Abdullah II of Jordan gives Fareed a rare and exclusive interview. Plus, Fareed sits down with (John Yoo,) the man who wrote the infamous "torture memos" for President Bush. It will be a fascinating discussion on terrorism, Guantanamo, and Presidential power.
CNN's "Amanpour" - Veiled Hatred? As France moves closer to a partial ban on the burqa, a leading European lawmaker declared Wednesday that the full Muslim veil is a symbol of political Islam and has no place in Europe. New Global Threat: former US National Security Advisor, Zbigniew Brzezinski talks about the US and others turning their focus to defending interests of "public spaces."
"Fox News Sunday" - Former Gov. Sarah Palin, R-Alaska; Mark Skoda, a talk radio host who helped organize the National Tea Party Convention in Nashville, Tenn.
So, what's catching your eye this morning?