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run. why 41 and 43 want jeb to be 45. plus a major error in game five of the world series. the national anthem botched once again. this time it gets stained. this is "way too early." ♪ who's broad stripes and bright stars ♪ hey, everybody. almost sounds like an alarm clock. i'm thomas roberts. it's monday, welcome to "way too early," the show that never messes up the words much. jen said ever. i say much. see how we get through the a block. and this morning, the heated debate over the mandatory ebola quarantines and the shift overnight. andrew cuomo said that health care workers returning who do not show symptoms of ebola will be allowed to stay home. a spokesman for governor chris
christie says the same policy is in that state. they face growing criticism and white house pressure for requiring 21-day quarantined from those returning from west africa if they had contact with ebola patients. governor christie is defending the plan and denies he was contacted by the white house. >> i don't believe, when you're dealing with something as serious as this, that we can count on a voluntary system. this is government's job. if anything else, protect the safety and health of our citizens. so we have take en this action. i have no second thoughts about it. i believe it will be a national policy sooner rather than later. >> it puts governor christie at odds with one of the nation's top health officials who say the quarantines could have unintended consequences. >> the best way to stop the epidemic is to send people over from the usa and other places.
we need to treat them, returning people, with respect and make sure -- they're really heros. so the idea, it's a little bit draconian. monitoring, direct monitoring, there's active monitoring. we don't necessarily need to do that. >> republican congressman daryl issa says americans do not think americans are happy with the white house response, but not happy about the mandatory quarantines. >> the science has told us, if we are to take them at their word, if they don't have an elevated temperature or later symptoms, they are not contagious. if that's true, then immediate isolation is not the answer. again, trust matters. >> and the national journal took to twitter to compare the quarantine policy to world war ii internment camps. when questioned, he wrote
120,000 japanese does not equate one healthy health care worker. curbing liberty in the name of fear, that's familiar. the first nurse to be quarantined has retained two lawyers and breaking her silence. kaci -- hickox is getting a lawyer after being detained. the 15 by 20 foot tent, it's not heated and lacks a shower facility. she's tested negative and demanding to be released and criticizing governor chris christie. >> first of all, i don't think he's a doctor. and secondly, he's never laid eyes on me. if he knew anything about ebola, than asymptomatic people are not infectious. i understand that people feel like they have a risk. and i feel like we can have a conversation about what further measures might look like.
but i think this is an extreme that is really unacceptable. and i feel like my basic human rights have been violated. >> so new jersey health officials, however, say that she is in a climate-controlled tent with access to her iphone and a computer as well as takeout food and reading materials. new york city mayor said her quarantine is inappropriate. she's being treated with disrespect when she should be considered a hero. this is the twitter question this morning. we have the fear versus liberty debate living live in the country. do you believe that medical professionals that treated ebola patients in west africa should be under a mandatory quarantine when returning to the u.s.? tweet us, way too early, and we'll put the best up later in the show. maybe in the protocol. if you're going to be a volunteer, maybe this on the back end. maybe people would not be
stigmatized, or feel it. tweet us what you think. we are following sad developments in the deadly shooting in washington state. one of four students wounded on friday died. 14-year-old gia sorriano has died afterylen fryberg opened fire on the students in the cafeteria. and then turned the gun on himself. a look at poll numbers in senate. five races all within the margin of error. and several republicans gaining ground. in colorado, cory gardner has broken ahead of senator mark udall. leadi ining 46-45. last month, udall was ahead by six. north carolina, senator kay hagan is now tied with state house speaker tom tillis.
hagan had led by four points. and kansas, pat roberts appeared to have battled his way back into contention. it was when greg orman led by 10 points. we look here, 45-44%. and iowa, republican state north joni ernst leading bruce aprily 49-46. and then finally, arkansas, republican congressman tom cotton has gone down from a five point lead to a two point lead with cotton ahead 45-43. elizabeth warren finds herself in very familiar territory, campaigning against scott brown. the massachusetts senator who defeated then-senator brown by eight points in 2012. rallied democrats in favor of the incumbent in new hampshire, senator jeanne shaheen. >> it did not cross my mind.
that after beating scott brown that what he would do is he would pack up his pickup truck and move to his vacation home in new hampshire to become the candidate to try to run against jean she lean. you can pack up your pickup truck. but i don't care how fast you drive it, you're not going to outrun your voting record in the united states senate. >> according to a recent poll, senator shah lean leads 49. 47, within the margin of error. and a troubling picture for both parties just eight days before election day. disapproval for congressional democrats as a 20-year high. 67% gave the dem lawmakers thumbs down, they are more popular than the develop. more than 70% disapprove of
congressional republicans and 25% approve. and overall, more than three-fourths of americans disapprove of congress's performance. 20% felt law makers are doing a good job. and presidential politics, and the increase talk much jeb bush in 2016. "the new york times" reporting this morning that the former florida governor's family, led by his father, george w. bush, are in favor of a white house bid. on the heels of these comments from his son, george p. bush. >> is your dad going to run for president? >> i think he's still assessing it. >> do you think it's more or less than 50%? >> more than likely -- >> more than likely he'll run? >> that he'll run. a few years back. less likely. >> the family will be behind him 100%. >> the family will be 100% if he decides to do it.
>> george p.'s brother, jeb bush jr., tells the times his mother has given her assent, and former first lady barb are bush is the only one not enthusiastic about a run. but keeping quiet. he'll decide later this year. barbara bush said before she did not want jeb to put his foot into the water on this one. the federal government recognizing marriage equality in 30 states. alaska, north carolina, west virginia and wyoming will receive the same federal benefits and legal rights as heterosexual couples. it's 32 states plus washington, d.c. and comes after the supreme court recently declined to hear challenges to same-sex marriage bans overturned in five states. with each new state, our nation moves closer to achieving full equality for all americans.
all right, so some very, very sad news from major league baseball. and st. louis cardinals outfielder oscar tavares died yesterday in the dmon can republic. he lost control of as i camaro. just 22 years old. he was well-achieved, and considered one of the top prospects. his 18-year-old girlfriend was also in the car and died in that accident. so sad for the st. louis team and everybody watching that man. sad for the 18-year-old girlfriend in the vehicle. still ahead on "way too early," get to baseball, talk about the world series. why the royals met their match. the giants making it look easy in last night's world series game. and you can lead a horse to water, and then when you do, gets stuck in the family pool.
one bad day for this pony ahead in the cooler. all is going to be well. not give you a bad horse story on a monday morning. that's not how we do it on "way too early." that story and a check of the weather when we come right back. ♪ finally, the red sox nation has a world series banner that doesn't date to world war i,wood row wilson, silent films and horse drawn milk cart. the sox swept the st. louis cardinals after winning the final four from the yankees. 8-0 to win their first series since 1918. ♪
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stars ♪ ♪ through the -- >> so you picked it up right there. something wasn't right. that's because aaron lewis from the band stained botched some of the lyrics to the national anthem before game five of the world series last night. i think it was the twilight's last gleaming part, right? yeah. no. i don't -- i don't botch no nothing. nothing gets botched with me. no, not singing it. it's monday. the pregame wasn't all bad. the giants honored late comedian robin williams. avid san francisco fan. his three kids took part. and look who was there playing catcher, billy crystal. very cool. very great throw, good catch. as for the game, another performance by madison oba
baumgartner. and the series now moves back to kansas city for game six tomorrow night. this is a good series. >> it's going seven. i have a feeling. >> back and forth. switch gears, the nfl. the saints hosting the packers. drew brees leading the way, putting an end to green bay's four-game winning streak after a 43-23 blowout victory. a monster game for pittsburgh's big ben rot roethlisberg roethlisberger. throwing for a franchise-record 522 yards. >> it's like a video game. >> the first quarterback in nfl history with multiple 500 yard passing games. steelers win it 51-34. big ben. to arizona, the cards trailing the eagles 20-17 at the end of the fourth. and the deep ball, hauled in by
rookie receiver for the 75-yard touchdown. look at him. with just a minute -- over a 1:20 to play, arizona hangs on to win it 24-20. cincinnati, andy dalton, making up for a pair. fourth quarter turnovers to give the bengals a three-point edge over baltimore with less than a minute to play. the ravens are unable to get it done on the final possession, and the bengals win it 27-24. it's okay if i mess up the script. dirty look from jen. and the seahawks, trailing the panthers, could be upset. not so fast, russell wilson finding his tight end for a 23-yard touchdown. seattle winning 13-9. it's coming, jen. don't worry. to tampa, buc nears tied in overtime. austin, look that the. a short reception, but he's stripped by the minnesota line backer who scoops up the ball,
returns it for 27 yards. the vikings win is 19-13. and that's what we call doing sports. check on weather. bill standing by. monday. >> thanks for not throwing in the jets or patriots highlights. much appreciated. >> you're welcome. >> we are watching just more beautiful weather, thomas. >> gorgeous weekend. >> it was 90 in wichita, kansas, yesterday. >> wow. >> and the 80s from dallas across the southeast. fantastic fall weather. looking to continue for this week. 90 in wichita, 84 in atlanta. even d.c. at 73. for today, cooler air on the way. that's expected. should be this time of year. showers from colorado up into the great lakes. but that's it. not a lot of bad weather today. airport travel is fine. a few sprinkles in green bay, chicago is dry. the forecast for monday, very nice weather. northeast, not quite as windy
and cool. warm up this week. 57 in boston. 70 in d.c. all of the east coast is fantastic. showers and storms. kansas city up to chicago. friday, that's halloween. millions of people with plans during the afternoon and evening. cold air coming down from wisconsin into the great lakes. coldest air of the season. into the northeast on saturday. hold on to new england and the mid-d-atlantic for a decent friday. showers from virginia into the carolinas. shouldn't be too bad. and the middle of the country is very warm. escape with a pretty nice halloween. >> have you missed your costume yet? >> i have not. but my daughter wants to be bell. if i did get a beast. like beauty and the beast. >> you don't have the elsa thing? >> i avoided that. >> you avoided that. >> i didn't want to be to be ol. >> thank you. we'll check in day by day to check how your costume is going. coming up on morning joe, politics at its worst.
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so earlier in the show we told you that the federal government recognizing marriage equality in 32 states. if you want to sound smart, tell your friends that of the states that recognize some form of marriage equality, 80% began doing so within the last two years. just 24 months time. and check in with lewis on the criminal path. >> that's right. we begin with an alleged robber in southern california who's sorry. kyle jr. first entered a gas station and demanded cash. he left, taking two bottles of beer with him. only to come back with an apology and most of the cash. he told the police he needed the money to leave town. he was booked on $50,000. there was no return on if he returned the beer. i think he drank the beer.
and a horse in phoenix needed rescuing after it decided to take a dip. the horse was wandering outside of its pen on saturday and fell into the backyard swimming pool. a vet helped them tranquilize the horse before pulling it out using straps. it was not injured. and this is a picture of it appearing just fine, just a little wet. >> shake it off. shake it off. >> shake it off. i'm not sure what to say about this next video other than rock out. ♪ ♪ >> it's all you need. a trombone and a stove, thomas. this is toby and his dad, the name of the youtube video, timmy trumpet and savage. sounds like a great father and son band to me. keep a lookout for the future
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back, everybody. check on the day ahead before we toss it to "morning joe." the trial is set to begin today against four florida a&m band members accused of the hazing death of robert champion. say they say he was beaten to death with fists, mallets and drumsticks. and closing arguments in the detroit bankruptcy case. they are trying to convince the judge it's fair to creditors and will prevent future bankruptcies there. the judge is expected to make his decision the first week of november. happy monday. that's it for us at "way too early." "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ i think we saw -- we have to find the right balance between
addressing the legitimate fears that people have and encouraging and incentivizing these heros. health workers -- health incentivizing these workers. these workers going into the hot zone are heroes. we have to find ways to do that while ensuring the american people feel safe. >> big debate breaking out over the weekend on how to handle health care workers returning from affected parts of west africa. it's exploded across the tri-state area with mayors threating governors. >> nurses threatening lawsuits. good morning, everyone. it's monday, october 27th. we have mike barnacle with us as well as chairman of deutsche incorporated donny deutsche and steve rattner. in washington, columnist for