Word of the day: the full Ginsburg

via full Ginsburg | Taegan Goddard’s Political Dictionary via Bachmann’s Media Blitz

The “full Ginsburg” refers to an appearance by one person on all five major Sunday-morning interview shows on the same day: This Week on ABC, Face the Nation on CBS, Meet the Press on NBC, State of the Union on CNN and Fox News Sunday.

The term is named for William Ginsburg, Monica Lewinsky’s lawyer during the Clinton scandal, who was the first person to accomplish this feat, on February 1, 1998.

Bachmann will getting it on this weekend.

All. Morning. Long. …..


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