Editor's Note: After last night's AC360, many of you wrote in about the interview with Lt Col. Terry Lakin of the so-called “birther movement” with strong feelings about both the interview and the subject. You continue to want to see more coverage of the flooding in Tennessee. Also, some of you had questions about the oil spill's future environmental impact.
I am watching the interview with the Army doctor who is refusing orders....just wanted to say – excellent job. Absolutely brilliant journalism....I don't care what party a person is from or what movement they are from. This so-called "officer" is supposed to be a leader, a soldier, a doctor. Truthfully – he is just a coward and is disgracing all those who wore the uniform before him.
Excellent job interviewing Col. Lakin. I was so impressed with your candor and quick wit. You were absolutely amazing. Thank you!
I would appreciate it if you would let your guests respond. A discussion is appreciated much more than a shouting match. This is in reference especially to the military medical doctor that refused orders.
I had a question that I haven't heard anyone asking; what happens (i.e; the eco-system, weather patterns, ocean currents) if the oil pouring from the gulf cannot be stopped?
With everything going on in the Gulf today, I haven't heard any talk about how the upcoming Hurricane season will impact/complicate all the efforts.
Just because you visit Tennessee for a day or two doesn't mean you have to stop reporting on the story. Tonight's show has not included a single story on the clean-up efforts, and the AC360 website doesn't offer readers a single new story on the topic.
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