Archive for Tue, Aug 25, 2009

H3: 08/25/09 Michael Steele, Dr. Hal Scherz, Jim Geraghty

08250903 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Hugh talks politics and how to beat Obamacare with RNC chairman Michael Steele, grass roots organization from Dr. Hal Scherz of Docs 4 Patient Care, then the mood of the electorate and health care politics with National Review’s Campaign Spot blogger, Jim Geraghty.

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H2: 08/25/09 Danny Tarkanian, Bill Kristol, Fred Kagan

08250902 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks hardball politics with Nevada Senate candidate Danny Tarkanian, the Obama decision to prosecute CIA interrogators with Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, and what to do in Afghanistan with AEI scholar and Iraq surge co-author Fred Kagan.

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H1: 08/25/09 Tim Pawlenty, Mike Allen

08250901 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks health care and Republican politics with Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, then how the 2010 midterm elections are shaping up with Politico reporter Mike Allen.

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Stopping Obamacare: $10 for Tark

People are always asking me how to help beat Obamacare.

Of course I send them to the petition and ask that they find 10 other people to join as well. We’d like to get to 1.5 million signers before we take it to D.C. in September.

Now I see that the very reputable Mason Dixon pollsters have Harry Reid trailing his only announced GOP opponent, former UNLV hoopster Danny Tarkanian, by 11 points.

Here's Danny Tarkanian’s campaign website.

Send him $10 and send Harry Reid an e-mail promising much more support for Danny T. if Obamacare passes.

That’s a message that will be received loud and clear.

UPDATE: 91 e-mails (many with e-receipts from the Tark campaign) telling me that the sender had made a “$10 for Tark” contribution –in twenty minutes. If a few other talkers/bloggers help spread the idea, I think Senator Reid will start thinking long and hard about what Obamacare is going to cost him.

E-mail your friends and ask them to join the campaign.

UPDATE 2: An e-mail:

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