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Bob McLain 11-29 hr 2

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-- music doesn't get your metabolism cranked up. Like a Red Bull or something I don't know what will have Tony -- sitting in for Bob McClain couple more hours of. Paul talk all the time on an open line Friday Black Friday were calling it. And because or just lack deep stuff going on everywhere you probably heard the news. And you may talk about. Anything you want on one of our Ingles vanished chalk lines 23296. And three. The number if you -- in Greenville Spartanburg 57496. And three and of course UW -- The text line 71307. Which I want to start with and I appreciate so much when people who is. Tony at all on Woodruff road at the eastern theirs and inconvenience of being Greig has dragged itself across the eye doctors parking lot and there is a large two by two truck ambulance and Highway Patrol on the scene. -- vice turning on rocky creek across highway fourteen in back to Woodruff on roper mountain -- you know thank you Kathy for that. -- and here's something very sustained Obama sucks when they're gone. Tony thanks for the -- -- -- my Christian friends will get Honecker stamps. If I can't get the -- ones. And -- and then of course thanks uncle Tom I mean Tony. -- in -- is I I admire. In people like Tony. It is they are challenging. To be a conservative. Black person in America. Because it means that you are going to think think of Thanksgiving dinner for Tony. Or people like him. We have several conservative black people call this station from time to time and I always think of what it's difficult and challenging with families anyway. But imagine if you sit down at the Thanksgiving table and you were the only. Conservative person there and you know everybody else at the table voted for Obama and thinks he's just peachy keen. And that would be challenging suspect. This is the Tony did you see my wife's cousin had all the president at the immigration speech earlier this week. He -- lines perfectly and Barack answered him just as they rehearsed it. Fox News people are so stupid they actually thought it was spontaneous. Anthony in papers. And benefits actually and I don't think so. I suspect if I'm Tony Obama is constitutionally ineligible to be president again for the secession of powers lost he cannot be BP well. That's kind of the whole point I earlier read an article. I think Jason's numbers -- Zimmerman of the Washington Post. Who is floating the idea that that we do away with the 22 amendment and secession of powers act and laws and end so that he can't be. Can run again. How many do you think that's a good idea. And hole can you imagine here's the other side of that -- Trying to picture this one for us. You -- Obama they get rid of the 22 amendment somehow or other acts. Then Obama. Is going to have to run against Hillary. That actually might be pretty entertaining little cat fight right there. Cannot imagine that okay -- share something with -- that this is from investors business daily today. Actually. Before I do -- this is just kind of an off the cuff comment and I ladies I hope that you take it in the in the way I mean first. I was reading men's health which is a great publication and it was talking he's got -- as an article on. Women and thankful and how much -- who can learn from women because women. Are far more grateful. On of arts and we just celebrated Thanksgiving. Women are far more thankful about things in the and they had a whole series and bring the article in that it she chose -- comparative of how thankful are women and for these series. Things vs men whom women are thankful and it and we should we should learn from -- we really should. I mean is -- from -- the reason. Just for me Christian worldview are being grateful and thankful for blessings is just to bet that fundamental thing. So there is a one of the great characteristics of women. But. But lady's hand. A problem in and that seems like these two things kind of or. Interact with the that was one during a negative way. Article today out of the London express. Women spend a whole month worrying every year. They fret about clothes and hair in waiting curve and skin and it takes an average of twelve hours and four minutes a week. 26 days a year according to a -- so app apparently. Your wife or girlfriend or maybe you if your woman. Take fifteen minutes per week peeking out for its. Another hour and 32 minutes worrying if they look okay. At a common worries include being too fat one hour 46 -- and to stand 22 minutes. Whether to cover up the lumps and bumps one hour 26 minutes feeling bloated one hour in one minute stretch singles. Food for -- or Griese here 57 minutes. Having a good complexion. And skin color is important many girls who agonize over spots. Ten and -- up for two hours and 22 minutes week. Breast size is a big -- on the list to regardless of where there's two large. 37 minutes or too small 32 minutes so. I would like to offer to all of my female listeners. Com and all of my female friends. One of the great verses in them in the Bible it for Libyans for sixth -- nine be anxious for nothing it is. Mean all things with so application and thanks giving lecture of prayers been known to god. And god will give you the mind of Christ in the peace that passes all understanding next time you start to worry pick people read that. In here so now she need. Most of us don't even notice -- that you're worrying about. Is we love you. We really do we think you cool. What would the world be without my life with that women oh my gosh. I love it. I'm that I told that today I did I told first thing this morning said Camilla. And most thing I did yesterday to most thing of anything in the world that I'm thankful for today. -- I am truly blessed okay. And this is an interest in peace. They tell us is the name of this. This is about media buys than any in in their couple of things about media bias in here that I think are worth. Worth investigating these this is certainly good. After spending forty years promoting obamacare lie is the media elite now scrambled to get out of the way the train rate they helped clause. And their backpedaling would be funny. If so many lives were at risk. As the redistributed mechanics of Obama care reared their ugly the presidents propaganda puppets are suddenly sounding like conservative critics. Take the New York Times. In a -- of -- It now agrees with what we've been saying all along quote. Redistribution. Of wealth lies at the heart of the Affordable Care Act the paper reported quote. Economic justice was Obama's real goal in taking over six of the economy. But to make the plan palatable to middle class voters he had to mislead them into thinking I think would be taken from him. He had to assure them in a semantics sidestep is -- the paper printed that obamacare was able. And for all Americans. When in fact it it's created losers as well as winners tens of millions of losers it turns out. Hiding in plain sight behind the pledge. Was the redistribution. Required to expand health coverage to those. Who had been either locked out are priced out of the market said the New York Times. Now some of that redistribution is come clearly into view well doc. And then time magazine. Has its own miraculous conversion after defending Obama -- senior political analyst says. He now agrees with Sarah Palin obamacare in fact as contained death panels well hallelujah. I just past September time magazine the same magazine said Palin was wrong about that panels and even insisted. Did the IP AB wouldn't rationed care and of course we discovered that is exactly what they are going to do. So it is it is kind of interesting and fascinating to watch these -- Try to back pedal. And yet and yet. You will still see him coming to his defense that you have to understand. -- a tremendous number of people in the press I say this having worked in that business TV news for years. They are ideologues they were educated in the same Ivy League schools they all think the same as its group thing. And you're gonna have him defending him one way or another. Mean -- -- Washington Post columnist writing today hey lets just get rid of the Tony that an amendment that. -- Blip -- just let him be run again dictator for life Obama. Can you just you know I can kind of invasion case. Call me as silly silence. But couldn't you just see him. Kind of -- One of those Third World Idi Amin kind of uniforms with this -- is it. Castles and stuff on his shoulders and -- -- a bunch of mammals -- Omar but Moammar Qaddafi like. You know get -- elected for and another eight years. Don't they get jiggy with -- -- is will get jiggy with ending in May keep your own special uniforms that you are sort of your -- -- majesty. -- or Obama. And and do it right. I think you know a lot of people would think it'd be just great. I status obviously facetious. And the and you know it to put all of this in perspective -- you may be aware. This supposedly. And -- obamacare website is supposed to be tested in May be. Being kind of -- up and running today. Well. Have. Even if it is they -- they may not be a lot of people showing up and here's why. Story today investors business daily 78%. Fear obamacare cites security. And that could detour sign of the biggest handicap beginning people sign up for obamacare. Is the public's overwhelming concern about the security of the information compiled on that web site. The latest poll shows 78%. Of Americans are concerned about the security features 82% of young people here this enforcing. 82% of young people eighteen to 24 say this concern is justified. They are the ones. The most important people. For Obama -- work they desperately need to enroll the young help please. In order to keep overall premiums from spiraling out of control is that this is the redistribution. Of that article was talking -- They're gonna take from the young the -- feet high that that high wage earners. They're going to redistribute dad. Two people. Who are in -- and lower incomes and that's on top of the redistribution already going on with. More what more money going to. People on welfare than we've had since maybe since it started I'm sure but it's more of certainly we've had in decades. Eaten millions of people lawn of -- but Obama phoned snapped cards and you just the -- the amount of spending on social services since he's been in office is just shop for the roof. Well this is what this is all about. Actually at a recent congressional hearing they're they talked about -- -- when they were talking about security one of the guys has spoken guy anymore and Wright who was it a CU crowd sourced investigations. And he told lawmakers and health care dot -- had. More than 500 million lines of code more than twenty times as much as FaceBook ten times as much as Microsoft windows eight. And it made it perfect for hackers. Now the guy trusted sick stresses security CEO David Kennedy added that. Two basic security was not even built into the health care dot gov website. And no formal testing was done so as a result it faces critical risk for and authorized access. In when asked at the hearing where the site should be shut down to secure three can't afford the experts say yes it should. But here's the long game. You've always got to look to -- in the long game is with this guy in these progressives. Because everything that has gotten us where we are as happened. Incrementally over time. Long game you know well will just introduces. He will be here and leave it there a little bit more starting with the with the great society back and Lyndon Johnson's today. In one day we'll get to the point where. Everybody will be sucking on the public -- and there will be more have you to elect Democrats to office progressives to office forever that's what's underway. If we can do is give people enough goodies. And look at what happened in Rome. What happened to be the Indians why would that work here right. I'm Tony they -- sitting in for Bob McClain on a Black Friday and we have. Completely wide open phone line you may have anyone of them it doesn't have to be that when it could be this one if you -- That's -- -- numbers 23296. Infantry in Greeneville. 5745673. In Spartanburg and of course there's the don't you already fixed line 71307. All of those -- pitching here. Feel free to call but if not. You can have to listen to me. That's when I'm talking about this to our corporate. All right you caught me. Latin. We just having a bite of protein bar to get me through ruled in her. And the commercials and faster than I thought this is what happens you see when there are no callers. I have to -- up and talk. And man for the job we shall we do have however a couple thank you first of all from we rescinding this. And I in Corsica and it's on the commercial but if you wanna learn all about this. What is waste bill is about don't dump on SE dot com you can do. Here's text Tony what. Do you not understand. It will not matter who becomes precedent when -- sixteen is Barack will be on the ticket as vice president. The president will just be a figurehead like. The king of England will be in charge my information comes from the democratic insider in Virginia so you need to believe -- Anthony Davis and -- -- -- -- for 41. Reason secession powers -- now having second ago. I firmly believe you're gonna see him run for vice president and global force it. Surely. You do not think. That. Hillary Clinton would want him as a vice president and and eloquent Clinton would be figurehead for Barack Obama. In what universe would that work. They'd -- strangle each other that -- be blood in the streets man. The White House would they have to get new carpeting after every meeting different blood spilled. In the place known and and and that wouldn't work but. -- You're good why -- have just a 100000 people. 100000 -- like minded people log on and crashed the Obama care website everyday problems solve this pretty good actually. I like our. At let's take a phone call a phone call from Bruce in Simpson bill and how in the world are you happy post Thanksgiving heavy wet Friday. But most are members of our little list and he. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- yesterday with their family I have a much larger family and someone commit -- mystery of Saint Louis and but they respect the Sunday I'm in charge of the the birds that. I'm smoke India Turkey and old chicken right now we get a beer it was you know on the radio. I can produce thick are your article like that oh yeah it is good -- this is very peaceful -- houses chicken union deal. Well you know. That this is -- good -- -- -- ethnic questions but there is. When I went and take that Turkey it looked like out buying a whole bird. But there it -- -- didn't -- that India the domestic. But it was -- big guy enormous Brett. But say it's on the radio. Yet -- OK just. Get on all right. Andrea the -- ticket is just to supplement I think I have -- up with the press because someone else -- also does the either Hamburg after he. You know they might not even though it's -- chicken. If you if you smoke you know that's -- the good thing about when -- smoke and -- it this can get paid to smoke. Becomes a dominant flavor in there if you don't tellem. Might hear you -- a lot of Scotland for you you are you ready. This is the this is one of these exotic New Zealand turkeys are very rare very rare and you were able to snag one in New Zealand Turkey. I'm telling do it straight faced and don't tell until later. You can pull it off I know you can do this. They actually believe he says that I think -- hunt on sportsman channel just the other day. It is what it is extremely rare Turkey. It is guy took in archery. And it almost looks almost peacock which I don't know what country was an -- in South America but I don't. And it continues I know joking have to things true. I I -- in triumphs I drive can go back way grove road here highways and Cameron to travelers has commended them Cammermeyer offices. Are they are are so many wild I've never. Bruce ever seen so many wild turkeys is our -- this year I have to slow them my card. -- them twice. For flocks of these things I'm. I was -- it yeah it had a piece in the car a couple times that's like. May read this bit. -- -- that I was good I didn't do it can you speak you gotta wait till April. -- -- But yeah -- They have I've seen more in years past. I have some on my property and -- them. I've always -- about -- just -- and spring I don't know him but I'm geared up -- -- something but. I'm not seeded meeting at what I am seeing more it was kind of react at Charlotte last year and -- -- this year he. Yes. It yes I implore anyone that. And if -- you have the opportunity. You know equity -- that they Kayla a parity you could say -- quite cute here. No kidding they're just Richard horrible creatures. They are they they devastate. Savannah Riverside. And they surmise that. As much as 80% of our population being taken back Saturday. I'm down hey man I got his new got a great enjoy that New Zealand that Turkey you -- the typical art. I'm Tony -- sitting in for Bob -- you see you can talk about anything even losing in -- Will be back right after the news. I just love to -- quadra -- an album when I was working in. At this program director and afternoon. Personality. Album rock station in San Antonio Texas when it came out my -- Relived it. Just so many good things. Listen I'm just gonna say I you -- -- to correct me if I'm wrong. That in my opinion. Pretty much anything after. The eighties. Overall. Most the music. From the eighties on. Has been. Just -- All the all the good stuff I'm series from me musician's standpoint from a melodic structure standpoint. Lyrical standpoint. I'm sorry but I think. The sixties and seventies. And and discounting the -- stuff. But other than that the into the eighties. -- so just the body of really fine music that went. Through that period and I listen to this stuff now. I don't actually. She -- -- -- I don't listen to much of the stuff now because I've tried I try it out shattering and the and here's what I hear. First -- -- Please explain this to me now I admit I'm a musician so I -- maybe different perspective from just gives me just. Average listener but. All right in my opinion arguably the finest. Musicians and singers. Per capita at least. Or black musicians and they gave his -- they gave us. Blues they gave us in so many -- only great. And they're such am amazing singers. So they create eight a form of music. Where they don't same. And there's essentially no melody. But instead they talked in this that and what they talk about essentially. Is massaging the violence. Drug use. And just. Blatant sexuality. It's called rap or hip hop. How can that be considered music to begin with but secondly how could -- be considered good music when you compared to -- It's beyond me. It really is and -- forgive me for ranting but I guess it's too late I'm on the way home this -- and finish it off and most of popular music is just. Is so formulate and homogenized in in plastic in and the real. I think it's part of the reason there's so much popularity for a lot of these big festivals they've gone around the country because I think people are just hungry for authenticity. They've had 87000. Tracks perfectly. And pitch correction all the rest of the people want reality people want truth. And forgive me I'm off the rails and it -- I'm so sorry I just can't get that power -- -- Well hello my account I can assure you neighbor. You're exactly right Tony let them sit up here about a mile from land of international airport. And from Internet and it's a it's. A. -- it's it's always -- -- here on a phone call on come answer okay. You are coming through just PG. Here yet talk about the music that's great I -- a one time down there -- yes side street pizza. How -- Robert -- it was a long time ago. That little long -- earlier in these 96 or seven or something. -- and talking about Turkey. Again I shared out front -- Turkish. -- -- deteriorating every morning and pick up the -- off the street you know and sometimes you really can't. You got -- it bother you much desserts are really respectable all -- and interest costs to call people Turkey's first turkeys are quite quite nice birds. -- beautiful. Creature oracle ER. And you are saying about taken aback wearing green real cultural -- -- dark corners there. Yeah I used to live down headway is pretty good pretty good -- in the -- time. -- call it in my opinion might we live in the most beautiful place in the whole country and we knew when you take everything added up together. We've got beautiful mountains that I mean we are just -- it right here you've got what. Four hours away to be you get your halfway between Charlotte and Atlanta if you wanna go do big big city staff. We got a good climate friendly people a lot of people of faith here compared to a lot of parts of the country. Low taxes compared heavily. What is not to like about this place. -- -- -- -- And the part of what is the most tourists. Here we hear that we adhere to a agreed to ensure reduce their use in -- -- freedom loving bunch I live back here and a Communist expert close enough. And I like to. The freedom elect the Turkish government certainly has either. In the quiet lists in. The freedom they're not pressured to enjoy your show here. We're still in there or not I got to come talk to you I don't talk to you there and try on so I don't live and -- -- city. I have -- clients actually exemption in two or three of them next week. Yeah NIC people that if if I'm heading home I have a lot of clients -- that should give me an idea Peter could visit your house -- and on the bigger kitchen table talk. It might be required or no I don't think I'm up there because like decline. It's been my -- I need to break you give me all right. Thanks so our first call first error -- -- huge equity -- Out -- all right quick guy a break in we will take some more of your phone calls you can talk about anything forgive my rant on music -- -- to make it. I had this. -- -- -- You because we don't all agree you -- are you. Our position has zero. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- All right I'm going to give you the Christmas shopping tip of the century right now so here a year ago. Don't go out. On Black Friday. Wait until tomorrow when Clemson and South Carolina start to play. And you are going to be able to go to pretty much any store in the and probably the whole state of South Carolina. And not have to worry too much about crowd I suspect there are going to be more people gather around television -- Watching that it would be really great. Anyway but dates of phone calls Jane and Simpson -- in the world you. -- -- -- -- I'm going to make it could have got it. We're on LA and so I got a big boatload. Let you know in all that step early -- I would love. An update on black a lot of -- Campbell and and I think he would keep hearing a lot and you know -- boat -- -- -- -- yeah they're Barak. Oh I wouldn't shake your -- -- -- handful of good young RB artist I thought that keep in mind my comment was over the the overall music. Being put out there you can fight if you look at -- there's a lot of good music out the year. But he's not what's being played on the radio and is not what's being. That's that's just where is back in the in 67 he's the stuff that was. Being played the popular music. -- widely popular was it was overall pretty good stuff. Yeah. What would you let me ask you this because because I I two I love soul singers I mean that's a step I grew up with -- I just love. Great great black vocalist and -- bunch is a good and that. That. What do you think about this about music I I I just cannot believe especially I can't believe women. Can would listen to this stuff which if you listened to lyrics of a lot of these songs are the most misogynist. Lyrics. I can't believe they didn't get away with playing them. And I and I as young woman one time -- like 28 year old. Discovered planet said that this is a theme you deserve that I was -- with the song we sing about and it was a real you know talking about where you can imagine. In an. She said well that's just the music we grew up with its hopes of that she's kind of what we listen to them to -- put you you got to understand what they're saying here you as a woman. It. It is calendar back it is our European opera. Well it is -- got into that -- had and -- All -- I've driven forgive me -- leaving now. The equation might know. I'm big contributing air and got here I think that there. Well I think she did it several op little. But in all how wonderful great it here it. They're -- it. It incredible. Music -- you know my no my my family heritage goes back to my. My granddad was a conductor of the San Antonio symphony and was a violinist and a group -- -- might appear -- with Tommy -- dad was a big band singer -- -- -- -- -- musical my life and it is. It is the most healing. Uplifting candy the right stuff and it can also be the most. Because music and have a lot of different emotional effects on you and in the staff were talking about this wraps that has a very negative. Affect it's all about six and what are. It definitely direct it -- -- it is at stake -- -- play in our problem. I know I knew if if you are located in -- shoppers -- energy sinners I mean you're talking about the lowest common denominator. On on that staff. Whereas I was listing my my daughter I've disagreed my daughter's also -- musician she's. Over to the angels cathedral and you know which she her favorite music is she came over turn me on to. James Newton Howard whose rights film scores or just go -- James Newton -- pandora. You'll -- some -- -- just sort cans pool uplifting in Billings home what beautiful. That's not very musically urging get to do about that went. I got -- to break god bless you present your car it is how are right. -- -- can listen hang in there Bob and Mike we like come back to. Talk all that is. Earth shattering the important stuff all day. And I mentioned music and now everybody is talking music which is cool I love that. And so will commit and some of that right after this. Well few forgive me for the phrasing it seems I would I've hit a chord -- that. I'm talking about music. And now of course this is a -- -- anything you want but let's go to Michael in Greenville how are you Michael. I am Pollard yeah I wish. Yeah your comment that you record than any good after the Soviet bombers greens. I didn't say that I said I was good. 67 he's on into the eighties after the ninety's actually. Outrageous and ninety's now he. Carries so. Will take for example Eric Clapton's what you see the Manhattan. I want to put it okay. The third I was traveling wolverines. Get at and where did OK fine let's take it. You're talking about artists that came out of the sixties and seventies it was still making music I'm talking about the all of -- Young kids. From Ireland that are really gonna take off called YouTube. How about that one group and they're great I'm talking about -- There's another bit that I'm talking over all music the mayor Earl Lloyd Webber probably opt. As compared to white. That's that's not even popular music are you now you're talking about opera which is what we're talking. Earlier about soundtracks and what yeah I'm going out broad. That's that's great staff Soccergirl. John Cougar Mellencamp was an artist in the seventies it was still making music and is still today. The majority of this stuff was the eighties. Technical college I really are writing music until all legal. I know you're you're trying to be your your being adversarial unnecessarily we I think agree I I say I. The -- after the ninety's and now. That I set for 67 and ending for the most part the eighties. But from ninety to present week it's the dead -- of music in my opinion. Now here's an obscure piece of music. Popularity Korea. Johnny -- one of his last songs was called her. If you're a member. Play it on TV shows all the time of the darker dark about what song they've just got to. And what people don't realize -- that was originally had Nine Inch Nails song. Wish you know what -- polar opposite musical Johnny Cash. Turns out he did a better and they. Doesn't surprise me I've never been impressed by them I'm not I'm not impressed with thrash metal if you admit it we used to say. Back in the day if you can't play good play loud that's pretty much -- -- that's pretty much what I think a lot of of heavy metal thrash metal is just people screaming and in about teenage on extant well life is so hard -- -- -- Arguably their lives to our heart and -- making millions and millions of dollars. Now on the political -- quick if you got a second. The cult and a person cinema so. Obama is -- There's this darn you know constitution that gets in the way of well -- And more importantly. It would defy the current logic of picking vice presidents. Presidents don't really need Secret Service they just keep taking more extreme BP's first -- are ones that are. Half and they -- -- this is an exceptionally stupid when -- Well think about it you know currently is an obvious not in control Obama would -- a -- But even at an ultra liberal wanted to -- questions. Deep down they do not want the conservative policies of Cheney. There well I. You did mention the constitution I'm my -- question is since when was at a problem -- this. Well -- after -- or you know perhaps hope at all. Professor first. -- -- -- -- an astounding and he actually taught constitutional law. Or he just greatest threat. I'm sure do appreciate your call me if I was to drag I think and a one minute Bob I got -- balls aren't mind and got about a minute can he do it. -- Where I can hold you over you to stay right where you are thank you and Bob in -- let's talk about music if you guys are just both. Well I guess who I dropped -- you call back I was gonna hold you overnight hit the wrong but you call me back in this many can you put you back on everybody I'm sorry. It's the fat finger syndrome he just happens. You'd think you guys can play the guitar being able to push a button accurately but no not always in just is the way it is. Something I want to. To -- for the next because I've had this sitting here all day. And I really wanna talk about this because this disturbs me greatly. The pope's. It wasn't an encyclical it was a message he gave out last week. Ought to be deeply disturbing to everyone but particularly. Disturbing. To people who -- Catholics. And the reason is is this guy this Pope apparently is. Of these what is called liberation theology school. Which as you'll hear when I get around sharing and and I am gonna take phone calls to. Apparently this guy. Well I'll just. Leave it for dad but that didn't a lot of people I don't think interest. In duties -- or his background or. Or how he came to the world view he is that the world view he has is and help them. To my world view free market capitalism. And well you'll see I'll share some of this with you when we -- back I'm Tony dale sitting in for Bob -- you guys -- on the -- to stay put. We'll take your calls after the.