H1: 11/14/12: Yoni Tidi, Brad Miller

November 14, 2012 by  
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11141201 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh lays out his plan to fight against Obama Care, talks with Yoni the Blogger about the Israeli-Gaza conflict, and Brad Miller of CitizenLink.com discusses evangelical turnout during the election.

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2 Responses to “H1: 11/14/12: Yoni Tidi, Brad Miller”
  1. Kerry Davis says:

    Hugh is being inconsistent again. How can it be reasonable to advocate that all governors reject local healthcare “exchanges” to make sure that only Obama’s “fingerprints” are on the coming Obamacare debacle, but we must compromise on budget matters to have a soft landing on the coming Obamanomics debacle which can then be blamed on the GOP’s “obstructionism?”

  2. Kerry Davis says:

    And maybe we do need another Reagan from 1972-1973 to keep fighting after Ford lost to Carter. But to be consistent with Hugh’s analogy, that means the rest of us SHOULD BE doom and gloom, just like back then! I’m ready to do my part! Woe, woe, woe…

    Meanwhile if 79% of self-described evangelicals voted for Romney, doesn’t that at least imply that the other 21% voted for Obama? And what honest reason could they have for that, OTHER THAN Romney being a Mormon?

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