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Sunday, July 24, 2005

DeStefano on Face the State this morning

Did Al Terzi wake up on the wrong side of the bed this morning?

I just finished watching Face the State this morning and I thought Terzi was rather hostile towards DeStefano and quite arrogant as he cut DeStefano off several times. Asking pointed questions is one thing but you have to give the person you're interviewing a chance to respond. He made it seem like bringing up the Rell/Rowland connection wasn't fair game (she was his Lt. Gov for almost ten years so what's the problem). Personally, if I was in DeStefano's camp, I'd be rather upset at the Terzi's tone but I'll post the video and let you decide.

I will be posting the video from this morning's "Face the State" with John DeStefano tomorrow (I'm currently converting the video now).

UPDATE: Comment section is now open. Did you think Al Terzi was over the top? Let me hear from you.