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In this episode we discuss Hillary Clinton and the Republican detestation of her. In addition, we discuss the problems we think Democrats have as a party and the insignificance of the democratic candidates this election cycle. Additionally, we also discuss the Republican candidates, the conservative agenda, and the likelihood of candidates who can win the Republican nomination. Finally, we discuss the obnoxious positions by Republicans and their hypocrisy.
Tonight we talk about the relationship of Donald Trump and the rest of the Republican candidates. We are seeing Trump walk through the door that over-promising Rpublicans seeking office have created. The bombastic Trump would be hard enough to deal with but some of his over zealous supporters are becoming impossible frankly.
Tonight, we take a peek into the polls and see what they all say as opposed to just the ones main stream media forces on us.
Good morning, Today on The Meter we will cover this past week's election results. In Virginia, Republicans swept to victories across the Commonwealth. The GOP holds the highly contested State Senate as not one sitting Republican lost. In Kentucky, Conservative Matt Bevin was elected governor, on a campaign pledge to kill Obamacare. Serving along side Governor-elect Bevin is Janean Hampton, the state's first ever black female Lieutenant governor. Hampton, a long to e conservative and TEA Party activist routed her democratic opponent by 10%. Have you heard this in the media? Last night, Republican front runner Donald Trump hosted Saturday Night Live amidst protests from Hispanic Groups. How did Trump do? Hillary Clinton has announced that she will support easier access to marijuana just as Ohioians reject the drug's legalization by a 2-1 margin. In other news, it now looks like the Russian airliner was brought down by a bomb. The U.S. says its 99.9% certain. Please join us as 9 AM at www.blogtalkradio.com/themeter. The call in number is 347-308-8933. Your input is essential.
The Maryland Young Republicans recently travelled to Chicago for the 2015 Young Republican National Convention. The executive board of the MDYR's will offer a recap of the convention and share some exciting news about the future.
I am so sick of hearing Republicans/conservatives ask me how do we get "into" the Black community, like there some combination lock on the gates of the hood. Time and time they come at me with "The Black Church" and I answer back it is the "Black School" they need to look at. Holding Black children hostage in failing failing school is tatmount to slavery! Forcing them to work on the plantation that benefit only book publishers and education unions. I hope that someone on the Republican debate mentions education tomorrow night.
Join us on Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 10 a.m. when our guests on Record Talk Radio will be Anthony Coppola and Mark DiPisa, the Repubican candidates for State Assembly in the highly competative Legislative District 38.
This program is the second of a series of programs on the Campaign 2015 races in Bergen County.
We interviewed the Democratic incumbents Joseph Lagana and Tim Eustace on Aug. 31.
Future broadcasts will feature the candidates for Bergen County Freeholder.
No, the Republican wave of wins this month will not equate to the repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Too many conservatives realy have it it the mix about timing. There is no way in the world that spending the next two years fighting about the ACA is a smart move. There is zero chance the president will sign a law that repeals the ACA. The republicans still do not have a signifcant majority to over-ride a veto. So.. what are you all talking about!?!
Republicans refuse to follow President Ronald Reagan's playbook. This has become the biggest political hypocrisy of modern time. After all President Reagan is hailed as the greatest President of our modern era by Republicans.
Not much outside of media concentrating on WWDD (What would Donald do) occurred in the Republicans Debates except one of the most spectacular answers to a question anyone could have ever given. A peak into what the majority of us would love to see more of and what we envision this nation’s political positions to always be. I find myself agreeing strongly with some of the statements made in an article called “2 under-the-radar Republicans won big at the debate” by Brett Logiurato for Business Insider dot com.
Good evening, tomorrow morning on The Meter we will discuss the latest republican primary square off, the third debate between the 15 candidates. Many viewers questioned the host network CNBC, intentions of a fair and honest debate as topics varied from fantasy football to the participants personalities. Who came out on top and who disappointed their followers? On the democratic side the primary now looks like a coronation as Hillary Clinton is pulling away. Please join the discussion at 9:00 AM. The call in number is 347-308-8933. Your input is essential. www.blogtalkradio.com/themeter.
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United we stand...divided we fall. Is there enough good in each of the national political parties to salvage what we have nad create something greater? Is there a redeeming quality to the Republicans and Democrats that, without the present adversarial posture, could move this country in a more positive direction?
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