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Deace Show Podcast 11-30-12

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Hour 1:Why the Republicans should walk away from the bargaining table and let Obama and the American people have their way.

A look inside the secularization of America with actor and radio host, David Fiorazo, author of Eradicate: Blotting Out God in America.

 

Hour 2: A record-breaking athlete takes heat…for doing too well? Jack Taylor scored 138 points in a college basketball game, but you’ve got to hear the rest of the story.

Plus: An intriguing proposal to reshape the GOP.

 

Hour 3:Feedback Friday answers emails, Tweets, and all manner of complex questions from our listeners.

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  • http://www.voices-of-iowa.blogspot.com/ NGC300

    Walk away? Go to Hell away! I can barely write how repugnant the Republican Establishment is to all Real People now.

    I truly wish that the DemoDemons would tear them apart and destroy them in any way that is possible. But, since the Republican Establishment vermin obey the same orders from the same Evil Masters — they will be retained for propaganda and deceit purposes.

    But, it’s too late for that. No one with half a brain tied behind his back is going to believe any words, or any deeds, from the Republican Establishment again. Not ever.

    They are now as bad a plague upon us, as the DemoDemons and the so-called Homosexuals and the Abortionists are.

    • DerekL

      NGC, I just read a couple entries on your blog. I don’t mean to offend you, but I think you could benefit from some professional help. I sincerely wish you the best, and if you’re in need of someone to talk to about mental health issues of any kind, call this number: (800) 273-TALK (273-8255).

  • Ricardo Davis

    Steve, the third party option isn’t as difficult as it seems. The problem is that Bloomberg, and many third parties, is that they focus on ballot access for the presidential candidate. If a third party would have an agenda with solutions to be applied at the local level — where many of the offices are non-partisan — they would gain the momentum necessary and build leadership from the ground up carrying the brand of the third party that has a clear and distinct message contrasted against conservatism and liberalism.

    I contend that idea that the “brand” of the GOP is damaged goods. Some of that is due to how their Democratic opposition has characterized them to large voter segments. Some of it is the due to the GOP’s own folly. The problem is that the “take over the from the ground up” is that it’s been tried twice in my lifetime. The first run I was a part of the Christian wave back in the 80’s — your last book has pretty much documented the results of that effort. Regarding the Paulista wave that has been filling in the void in the GOP, I hate to inform you that once in I’ve observed that they become the enemy they fought — in less than four years! Why? Because in both efforts they agreed to work from the establishment’s rule book. They try to attain righteous ends without dealing with the corrupt and godless means.