Tonight Steven Bosell of Corona, California realizes he's made a big mistake. He stopped voting Republican to vote for Obama but now sees all the love conservatives are getting with the Glenn Beck rally and wants to be Republican again. He had a "mixer" at his house Saturday night to entertain some heavies in the Corona conservative movement. He featured a deli platter from "Sam's Club" (with ghoua cheese) but couldn't get a commitment from the conservative leadership that night which would allow him to do his stand up act before different election rallies. "I couldn't do any of my racial material in front of liberals," says Steve. Margeret Grey joined us in hour two. She was at the Glenn Beck "Restoring Honor" rally and she says she didn't see much honor. "I was knuckled in front of the stage and I smelled marijuana smoke," Margaret told Phil. When he asked what "knuckled" was Margaret explained that she was walking to the front of the stage when she got fondled a certain way. She also said she thinks Beck "greenlit the use of weed on stage by certain underlings" and that he "was leering" at her.
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41 years ago, as Woodstock was wrapping up, Northern Ireland was commencing 30 years of war between Catholics, Protestants, Unionists, Loyalists, Irish, British.....
...Sands was an IRA soldier who died on a hunger strike in 1981. The first thing I found was something that opened with Journey's "Don't Stop Believing." I just completely lost interest right then and there. Hearing that song killed all my curiosity for the subject.