On today’s Morning Joe, I joined the panel to discuss Obama tackling immigration reform, the Romney narrative, and Kansas Governor Sam Brownback’s controversial tax cut bill.
Check out the following clips from this morning’s show:
From MSNBC’s Morning Joe:
Was POTUS’ immigration announcement a masterful political move?
Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Mike Barnicle, New York Magazine’s John Heilemann, Time’s Mark Halperin and author Catherine Crier – discusses the latest from the G20 Summit in Mexico, the president’s announcement on illegal immigration and Sen. Marco Rubio’s response to Obama’s announcement.
Is Romney the candidate of ‘old, straight, white men’?
Politico Playbook: “President Barack Obama’s campaign wants to turn Mitt Romney into the candidate of old, straight, white men,” writes Politico’s Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei. Allen joins Morning Joe to report on how the Obama campaign is working to paint Romney as a “throwback” and out of touch with the current mood of the country.
Kansas governor on signing controversial tax cut bill into law
Gov. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., recently signed a tax cut measure into law that caused controversy among the state’s GOP. Forbes reports his “…system reduces personal income tax brackets from three-tiers to two-tiers, cuts the overall rates for each new bracket and lowers certain small business non-wage income from state income tax.” Brownback joins Morning Joe to discuss.