On Sundays here in AZ, like most of the country, local TV stations broadcast their political or public affairs programming, usually early in the morning.
Phoenix station KPNX (Channel 12 to those folks who aren't into alphabet soup early in the morning) broadcasts a program called "Sunday Square Off" at 8 a.m. local time. The host is Brahm Resnick, a recently naturalized Canadian immigrant. He's pretty even-handed, letting his guests say what they're going to say without interfering with them, but not afraid to press someone for details when they are being vague on an issue (given that he usually deals with politicians, that happens. Frequently. :) ).
The show, while aired on Sunday, is recorded on Friday, which means that Resnick and his station can post teasers and previews on Saturday.
Which they did this week, here.
A transcript of the relevent part of the teaser -
Resnick - Now do you doubt his sincerity?
Tobin - Oh well sure, this is about him running for governor. I'm very disappointed and it's immature..."here's my plan" and all you press guys show up and they put microphones in his face. So he gets attention and that's OK. Well how about picking up the phone and saying "hey Andy, what about something like this?"
Something tells me that the upcoming session of the lege will be a long and contentious one, judging by the fact that the Republican leadership is already resorting to name-calling.
Oh, and the leader of the caucus that barely acknowledges the existence of, much less deigns to speak to, Democratic members of the House and their constituents, whining about it when somebody doesn't talk to *him*?
Is there such a term as "operational hypocrisy"? If not, there is now, and Tobin is serving up a big steaming pile of it...