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  • Hal D. Simpkin

    03/31/2013 12:16 AM

    I think you may have made a mistake tonight. When more Christians are separating themselves from the Democratic Party you gave your kudos to that slick young (paid?) performer who "Hates Religion". He couldn't have done a better job for the Demo's need to weaken Christian solidarity.

  • Sam Reusser

    03/30/2013 09:22 PM

    Mike - this weekend has been all about Religion and specifically The Christ. The majority of the US love Jesus, there is no doubt. Tomorrow we will be back to Politics and problems of the world. -BUT- please look up "spirituality vs religion". And the big question, "why are we here?" and "What are we before incarnation and after earth death?" lastly, "What is Unconditional Love really all about?"

  • Ron Kirkland

    03/29/2013 02:00 PM

    Good afternoon, Governor. Thanks for taking a stand for conservative and Biblical principles. Just a gentle reminder that (if I heard you correctly) the economic index that you mentioned (closed over 14,500) is the Dow Jones Industrials, not the S & P 500 (closed over 1,500) Also QE is quantitative easing, not qualitative easing.
    My apologies if my ears failed me.
    Ron Kirkland

  • Sharon Morisey

    03/29/2013 01:42 PM

    Was listening to your show today and you stated that the reason government is providing support to the poor is because churches, charitable institutions and individuals have stopped. This is, excuse my French, bass-ackwards. Americans are still the most charitable people in the world. Did it occur to you that perhaps we give less because we have less as the government takes more and more? I know it's true for us, and I know we're not alone.

  • paul schilling

    03/29/2013 01:26 PM

    do you see how the policies of the left in an attempt to make things fair, have made the rich, richer and the poor, poorer. Why don't we point this out? Doesn't rules for radicals teach that we have to destroy the middle class while pretending to defend them. This administration is pushing for the economic collapse of the nation. Someone might actually say this even if it isn't nice.