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My apologies. áI forgot to put this announcement up.

Political Cesspool Radio

I was guest in the 8:00 p.m. (CST) segment. áI will post an audio as soon as I get one.

The Political Cesspool is the largest conservative Southern radio network.
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I believe this it the link to the Saturday night (Feb.11, 2012) Political Cesspool radio show:

Download: 3rd Hour.

Not so good sound quality.  Three way.  Some voices are not so clear.  Bill 'Roland' and James Edwards, and my own, carrying on.
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Interesting name for a radio program.

"The largest POPULACE Southern ..." is what the opening said in the third segment.

"American Indian Leonardo da Vinci."  How true.

I have to admit, admiring free markets, the commercial breaks are a pain in the neck to maintain flow of thought. Have to pay the bills, but it really short circuits flow and influence of your comments.

Oh. "Populace Conservative Southern radio station" was stated later.

Well, well, a pitch for another political party - the Third Position. Why not just support the Constitution Party? Anyway, back to your interview -

So, AmRen got a place for the ARC in Nashville that won't back down, huh?

Do they give you a heads up on what they are going to ask you before you go on-air? I always feel like your interviews are somehow shallow on content. You generally spread out info in answers in such a way that typical radio does not allow for. Perhaps it is just the nature of the medium. But if you knew ahead of time you might be able to consolidate your thoughts.

They needed to tell the other guy to stop breathing into his phone.
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"Populist," not "populace."  An antiquated political term.  Doesn't quite mean today what it used to mean.  It is not a third party.  It is kind of like "Tea party," which represents, not a political party, but an attitude about government.  

"Populist" I used to associate with "people power," which was like, socialist, or even Communist.

But, what it really meant and means is that the people should rule.  It is a kind of primitive notion of democracy.  People rule.  

Today, though, people are using "populist" simply to mean things like states rights, local (i.e., as in "sheriff") authority, etc.   Populist means resisting unconstitutional federal power.
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Populist, yes. My brain-freeze above.

Yeah, I understand the intent of populist, especially as generally applied to someone like Huckabee and others.

Points you made about state's rights are gaining more and more traction by so many others now.

The whole "right to vote" issue is very complex. By the time any "official" group decided who could and could not vote, four more presidential elections would be held.

It does seem logical that those who literally depend on the federal government's hand outs to live should not have the right to vote, for it is an obvious conflict of interest.

I have feared a civil war of some kind for awhile now. I see nothing else that can stop it, especially if Obama is re-elected. A false religious revival would stop things, but then ...
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