CLEVELAND -- This week's edition of 3 on 3 features Cleveland YWCA President and CEO Margaret Mitchell, Z 107.9 afternoon host Colby Colb and WMMS 100.7 afternoon host Alan Cox.
Our panelists take on three of the week's hottest topics.
The topics for Thursday, July 12, 2012 are:
1) Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was booed mercilessly at an NAACP convention Wednesday, where there is overwhelming support for President Obama and his health care plan. Romney stood firm, vowing to repeal it if elected. Does he get credit for being honest or lose points for not knowing how to handle the room?
2) Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Junior takes a leave of absence to treat a mood disorder. How equipped do we expect politicians to be while in office?
3) A funeral home in South Carolina has hired a full Starbucks staff. They say it's a way to offer comfort to mourners. Is anything off limits to Starbucks?