H2: 11/19/12: “The Anarchist,” Calls

November 19, 2012 by  
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11191202 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh takes calls and talks about seeing the new David Mamet play, “The Anarchist,” when he was in New York, this weekend.

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2 Responses to “H2: 11/19/12: “The Anarchist,” Calls”
  1. mustang6 says:

    The worst service I have ever received was in the restaurants of Cleveland during a weekend I spent there back in the ’90′s due to it being a “union” town. Absolute worst service with rude waiters and long waits. To top it off I was there as a military officer during a conference with fellow officers in our Brigade. We stayed at the Raddisson in the central part of Cleveland for the weekend. Someone thought it was a funny joke to schedule a “cross-dressers” convention during our quarterly meeting. 1st and last time I’ll stay in Cleveland.

    • mustang6 says:

      So having a convention in Cleveland for the RINO’s wouldn’t be a winner, but if Boehner gives into Obama and raises taxes on the Productive, then it would be a fitting place for a dying party. Just remember the 3,000,000 lb. gorilla in the room no one’s talking about. The 3 million who went out to vote for MaCain that didn’t vote for Romney.

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