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Dancin’ over the ratings graveyard

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Hard as it is to believe, apparently Americans have made a choice…and that choice is David Gregory sucks.

‘Meet The Press’ continued its ratings slide last week, finishing a distant third to CBS’ “Face The Nation” and ABC’s “This Week.” “Meet the Press” drew 2.804 million viewers for its March 23 show, while “This Week” had 3.400 million, and “Face The Nation” 3.938 million. It’s the fourth time in five weeks that the venerable program lost to its two main competitors.

Of course there’s only one solution that they’ll try.

More John McCain.

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