Oh Hillary...
Posted 1/24/2013 9:54:00 AM

A couple of topics really stole the show today. First, Hillary - oh, Hillary.  As if American’s didn’t already feel betrayed and confused by the attack on the consulate in Benghazi, Libya that lead to the death of four American’s including Ambassador Chris Stephens; now we have Hillary saying things like “what difference does it make who killed those people”… well Hil… the difference between a planned terrorist attack against our consulate as opposed to a random act of violence is monumental.  How about we address the gross oversight on your part and provide a legitimate reason for not sending the added security when it was requested. And where is the President on this - busy reading the letters from small children about the need to infringe upon our 2nd Amendment rights?

Meanwhile, the media distracts us with the idea of women in combat.  As a listener I’m sure you noticed the calls coming in. Interestingly enough 97.1% (see what I did there?) of the callers were against the idea. ‘Women shouldn’t be forced into a draft…’ ‘Women think differently than men…” etc.  Each of our callers made great points backing their opinions but I think the best question we received was, “Why are we talking about this right now?” Always a sucker for an interesting (within reason) conspiracy theory, I too wonder is it a coincidence that the media has been covering the idea of women in combat at the same time we are finally addressing the events that took place in Benghazi.  Distraction? I guess we’ll find out. 

Music from Today’s Show:
Charles Glenn – National Anthem
5:22- Foster the People - Houdini
5:37- The Temper Trap – Need Your Love
5:48- John Haitt – Shredding the Documents
6:37- The Doors – Love Her Madly
6:48- M83. - Reunion
7:37- Gorlliaz - Dare
7:48- Young the Giant – Cough Syrup
8:22- Bronze Radio Return – Shake, Shake, Shake
8:37- Eddie Vedder – Hard Sun
8:48- The Black Keys – Gold on the Ceiling

Posted By: Tricia Siekmann  

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