Last night, I thought it would be funny to comapre the ratings from President Obama's address at West Point Military Academy to the Victoria's Secret Fashion show. I'm not trying to be inapprirate; the President's ratings on primetime television have plunged since he took office in January. It's a question of what makes sexier television--war or lingerie.
But I digress...President Obama delivered his address last night at 8pm and all the networks pushed back their programming to accomodate him. Tuesday night isn't a huge television night, but the President did manage to bump a classic television delight--"A Charlie Brown Christmas." MCall.com reports.
But the administration may also face an unforeseen enemy as it lays out its
long-awaited plans. And they are loud and they are legion: We're talking
preschoolers and their parents.
That's because ABC-TV was
present its annual screening of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" at 8 p.m.
night. And we don't know about you, but that show is pretty
around our house and not to be trifled with lightly.
to the White
House may be in order here. We hear it's pretty easy to get
through these days
UPDATE: We've since learned that the 'Charlie
Brown' broadcast has been moved to next week.