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Just read on Twitter from Rachel Maddow that she got an interview with Joe Miller which will be on her show tonight:

Yes! Yes! Yes! Finally got an interview with Senate candidate Joe Miller. They. Said. It. Couldn't. Be. DONE! 9PM ET MSNBC.
13 minutes ago via web

(sorry, don't know how to post the nice Twitter pics)

Wonder if she'll ask him about this:

For the past 14 years, U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miler has owned or controlled 40 acres with a two-story house near Willow, but he does not report it in his Senate financial disclosure statements.

or this?

Ethics took center stage Sunday during a debate in which Alaska Senate hopeful Joe Miller said he was suspended for or docked three days' pay for violating ethics policy while working as a local government attorney in 2008. This acknowledgment came less than two weeks after Miller told Alaska reporters he'd no longer answer questions about his past or background after alleging his personnel file from his time as an attorney for the Fairbanks North Star Borough had been illegally leaked.

fter former borough Mayor Jim Whitaker said Miller was nearly fired for using government computers in a failed effort to oust the state GOP chairman in 2008, Miller told CNN he had violated ethics policy but said it was unrelated to his leaving the job in 2009 or to the issues of the current Senate race.

On Sunday, a day after a judge in Fairbanks ordered the borough release Miller's personnel records, Miller said he had participated in a private poll during his lunch hour. He said it was a mistake that he's learned from. His attorney said no decision has been made on whether to fight the records' release.

or this?

Miller continued, "East Germany was very, very able to reduce the flow. Now, obviously, other things were involved. We have the capacity to, as a great nation, secure the border. If East Germany could, we could."

I am not missing this show!

Originally posted to skohayes on Tue Oct 26, 2010 at 03:35 PM PDT.

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