H3: 08/01/11 John Campbell, C.J. Box, Jim Geraghty.

August 1, 2011 by  
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08011103 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh talks about the debt ceiling vote today with Congressman John Campbell, previews an upcoming hour with novelist C.J. Box about his new thriller, Back Of Beyond, and gets back to the politics around the debt ceiling debate with National Review Campaign Spot blogger, Jim Geraghty.

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2 Responses to “H3: 08/01/11 John Campbell, C.J. Box, Jim Geraghty.”
  1. ted trepanier says:

    When John Campbell speaks, I listen. However, the reasoning behind supporting and not supporting the bills was convoluted. Imagine those electeds who aren’t as skookum as Campbell. On second thought, don’t ‘cuz it would give you nightmares knowing these people are affecting your life.

    It’s nice to hear C.J. Box. Last I heard from him was on duane fm.

    And now, it seems tamij and I are racing (reading) the same book- 3 weeks to say goodby. And so far, I am ahead of her tweets giving away the storylines.

  2. Lee Wright says:

    Looks like the markets have told us what they think of this solution – what a day!

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