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"CRUZ IS MESSIANIC TO SAVE U.S." says Iowa Cruz fan who Debates Hillary fan

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The CAUCUS becomes a CIRCUS - After the 2016 Iowa Caucus, the 2 Winners, Hillary & Cruz, are represented on today's show by two supporters who battle & debate.  On the Cruz side, Rev. Ronald Wildmon, who believes Ted Cruz is God's Messianic man sent to restore the U.S. to a theocracy under Old Testament law.  He debates feminist Hillary supporter Jean Bernard, who believes men are not necessary today and need to be eliminated from the political process to create a nurturing, war-free society.  Jean argues that the U.S. needs Joan of Arcs, strong female leaders.  Those two go at it.  Also calling in is Kat Purcell, a Christian woman who says she has impure thoughts about Trump.  She asks for prayer to overcome her desires for a wealthy, strong man and that she can be faithful to her weak impoverished husband who she calls "a good man, but with a backbone of oatmeal, a modern day Pee Wee Herman."  Also joining the show are Vets Vinnie & Jeff, who support Rubio & Trump.  Richard Rossi moderates, & shares his thoughts on the race from his background as a paid political consultant who has worked for both parties, and explains why he isn't endorsing a candidate publically.

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The views expressed on the program do not necessarily reflect the views of Richard Rossi or BlogTalkRadio.

Richard occasionally uses his skills as an actor & playwright & does special shows to make a point through caricatures.  He is capable of concocting a cast of fictional characters, all of whom he writes and/or plays as personality parodies on air while simultaneously serving as host of his talk radio program. The views expressed on the program do not necessarily reflect the views of Richard Rossi or BlogTalkRadio.

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