I am amazed at the amount of fear and paranoia the Tea Party has struck into the minds of commies. Friday was the first time I had gotten to listen to talk radio in years.
I haven't listened to Hannity since the days of Marty who has long since passed away.
The Tea Party crowd is tapping into the sentiment found on Talk radio. I do not get to listen but my favorite Bob Grant now does a weekend show on WABC. I was listening to Mark Levin who was a local NYC phenomena well before he went national. He is a genuine Constitutional scholar and knows history inside out.
The shows seem energized and focused. The problem for Obama is that as people are out of work they are tuning into Talk Radio and Fox News. The Tea Party crowd has made inroads in unlikely places. A woman I have known for thirty years told me she plans to vote GOP. There is a groundswell of anger at Obama for abandoning jobs and trying to push health care.
The best show on talk radio that you probably can not get unless you are in NYC, DC or LA is John Batchelor. He does an interview show with experts, authors and journalists. It is hands down the best show on the radio.
What commies fail to grasp that even in Vermont, Montreal or San Fransisco talk radio
is conservative. In Northern Vermont there was a local show Charlie and Ernie and a great morning show called the War Room. The war room was fun other than one hosts odd
obsession with ridding her property of squirrels. I could have lent this host the late Earl the Cat who has an aptitude for this but only eats the heads. No matter how well fed he was he kills by nature.
The best of the liberal hosts was known as Lionel and he like Levin was also a lawyer. Lionel understood that the medium requires it to be entertaining. So he would mix whimsical stories in his mix. He does not hate America and was friendly with his conservative peers notably Bob Grant and Steve Malzberg.
I do not see our economy improving. Obama is not Bill Clinton who is capable of listening to the American people. Obama seems intent on being Jimmy Carter II.