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Deace Show Podcast 12-13-12

Hour 1: An ESPN personality deals the race card from the bottom of the deck.

Mike Woody takes us to the movies with Les Miserables and a look at some of the best classic Christmas movies.

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Hour 2: A warning for GOP leadership, from an icon in modern conservatism. Founder and President of the Leadership Institute, Morton Blackwell joins us.

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Hour 3: A former aide to Ron Paul says it’s time to boycott all the Democrats in your life. Eric Dondero says if they voted for Obama, it’s time to shun them.

Let’s test the theory. Does not voting for Romney= a vote for Obama? Would he shun his former boss, Ron Paul?

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Discussion

2 Responses to Deace Show Podcast 12-13-12

  1. sailing says:

    Actually, Dondero essentially seems to make a living out of shunning, and trashing, Ron Paul. He was fired, and never got over it, apparently.

    In any event, I doubt Ron Paul voted for Romney. I mean, come on….. did YOU?

  2. JTWilliams says:

    I’ve never heard a more absurd argument- I swear that Dondero is making the media rounds with this assertion- only if he is branded as a Ron Paul guy by the host. Every interview I have come across in the last few weeks with this “Boycott Democrats” meme has included the mans ties to Dr. Paul- why not the Weekly Standard correspondent? Besides, no other conservative political figure is more likely to blame both parties faster than Ron Paul. WTF???