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The American Apocalypse

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Opening segment starts with the National Anthem with the theme from the "Patriot" with Mel Gibson. We then have the #2 Bigot in the Obamination Administration spouting off and touting his racism, Eric Holder. We then have Megan Kelly hammering Bill Press over the Fairness Doctrine. As the opening segment concludes, Alan Keyes joins us as he proceeds to eviscerate the Messiah. And, that is just the opening segment. At 19 minutes into the show, Laura Ingraham and Arlen Sphincter join us as Laura shreds the RINOs lack of rational thought processes and asks him how it feels to be whined and dined (bribed) by Obama. The first commercial break is for DTRT Radio and it begins at 30 minutes into the show. The next sound bite begins at 45 minutes into the show and the crew from Fox and Friends joins us with special guest Glen Beck. Glen fills the Nation in on his Crystal Ball reading, leading up to the next American Apocalypse. You won't want to miss this one. The second commercial begins at 54 minutes into the show for JPA Live Radio. The third special guest segment will begin at 1:15 into the show and the honored guests will be Larry Kudlow, Rick Santelli and a cameo by Robert Gibbs as Gibbs is roasted in total disrespect because he deserves none. The third commercial begins right at 1:30 into the show with a special segment with Pink Floyd' "Money" and a discussion about how flawed the Obama Administration is by a Fox News Panel. The fourth sound bite, starting at 1:44 into the show, is the longest of them all and for good cause. Special guests are Glen Beck, Michelle Malkin, Steven Moore and Star Parker. The segment is nearly 7 minute sin duration but well worth the time and effort to listen. The last segment ends with almost 2 minutes remaining until the show end begins at 1:53 into the show. The show ends with "A Soldier Like You" followed by "Taps Echo" for the Fallen.