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In Episode 23 of ShowTime Synergy it is time for the TRULY OUTRAGEOUS TOP 30 COUNTDOWN!!! TFG1Mike, LadyWreck, and BeatlesDiva are counting down the best and worst songs from Jem and the Holograms! So get truly outrageous with us here on ShowTime Synergy!
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Donald Trump is magical. He really is. It is miraculous the way he is able to create an entirely new narrative. None of it is made up. Trump is taking things that actually happened and spinning it in his favor and is dominating the news cycle once again.
What Trump has done in this election is turn things upside down. I love when people on both sides of the aisle complain when he uses certain tactics to gain political leverage, because it’s not what they’re used to. They’re normally the ones who use these tactics, especially the GOP. Now that Trump is turning the tables on them, they don’t now what to do. They’re confused. Flummoxed. Verklempt.
It’s hysterical, because Karl Rove was the master of mudslinging and dirty politics. So was Roger Ailes and Mary Matalin. They were the kings of using tactics against their opponents that people called questionable. Whether it’s Willie Horton or John McCain being crazy from being imprisoned for five years in Hanoi, Republicans have unapologetically used every lowly trick in the book to gain a political advantage.
Now you have Donald Trump using Karl Rove and Roger Ailes’ tried and true methods and is going completely over the top with them. The GOP is losing their minds. When Trump attacks Ted Cruz, Mark Levin and Glenn Beck lose their minds. They don’t know what to do, because they’re used to being in the driver’s seat.
The notion that Ted Cruz is not part of the establishment is insane. Whether you are a senator or a governor, if you have worked within the political system, you are part of the establishment. Just because Cruz is a senator who calls other people liars and does a 10 hour filibuster whilst reading Green Eggs and Ham and everybody in Congress hates his guts because he is a loudmouth a**hole, that doesn’t mean he isn’t part of the establishment. He is a senator.
Dust Yourself Off! Get Up and Move On!!!!
Rude, Boorish Behaviour playing into the Hands of Ted Cruz
Non Substantive Employability Pitch to the Voters who Want to HIre Trump
Under estimating the Inteligence Quotient of the Average American Republic citizen
Research Activities For the Participatory Public
Watch this Hour Long Interview with Louis Farrakhan
Inquistir.com Get's It Wrong
Disclaimer: I do not agree with everything, said in the interview with Farrakhan or everything Alex Jones said...but they come very close to the Truth that we as American Citizens should know.
The great divider- politics... Support groups have to almost walk on eggshells when bringing up politics. Those of us who follow politics are passionate about what we believe in, and when any mention is made that goes against our personal beliefs, many want to cause dissent and hatred.
But what happens when those politics affect the very core of our support groups? Do we keep quiet in an effort to keep everyone happy? Don't our supporters have the right to know when someone has chosen not to support our police?
The LESMA team and Ken Dye are going to address this today- and it needs to be done. It's time we stand up for what we believe in, even if we have to hear things that we do not want to, even if we must face realities that we hoped weren't true. We can't let these things divide us. In this situation, you rise and you face it. Because the TRUTH and JUSTICE for our police are what we are here for.
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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.
To support Richard Rossi's new film project that contrasts healthy faith with toxic faith, visit http://www.gofundme.com/canaanland
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.
Ted Cruz should not send out letters stating Carson dropped out.
Hillary's answers in NH town hall are second to none. Sanders looked crumpled over with poor posture and definitely showing his age at Town Hall. He also looked argumentative and short tempered.
Donald Trump swallowed a nice pill.
Jimmy Carter endorsed Trump over Cruz.
Jada Pinkett Smith is gaining/losing ground in Oscar boycott---Whoopi went off on her on the View.
We had a caller from Indiana who advocated that people don't choose Oscar nominees based on race. Nor should people so closely criticize the candidates for public office....yet. We had a long discussion--over 90 minutes.