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"nstar" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"nstar" Discussed on WBUR

"Dot org as Jane Waterhouse joins us. Welcome to here And now, how nice to have you. Thank you. Thank you for having me tell us a little bit about your dad. First he joined the Marines right out of high school. Yes, And he was shipped eventually. After training. Um to Iwo Jima. He was part of that first assault. And that epic battle for the For the island that were there, You know, they said uncommon valor was was common and he was wounded, but survived the battle of Uwajima in 1945, or so many Marines died and he came home. With the idea of creating comic strips about Marines who had received the Medal of Honor, and that's where this started. It really did right from the beginning he had. He came up with a story board comic strip for John Basilone, who was a Medal of honor recipient and also another Jersey boy because my father grew up in New Jersey, not far from John's hometown. He brought it to King Comics, which was a big comic strip place at the time, and and they art director there, said. Oh, you know, we're trying to forget the war. We're not where people don't want to read that. Now he's and he took another look at the the comics and he said, But you have talent. So why don't you go to art school? And that's what he did. And eventually your dad became the Marine Corps artist in Residents who knew that that position even existed, But it didn't until he was the first During the bicentennial. The greens wanted to give a gift to the nation of capturing the Marines in the revolution. He did 14 paintings. Um, and they became part of a collection that toured the nation during the bicentennial. And the Marines loved the work so much that they never let him go. And he retired in 1991. And he did not start this project to paint all the Marine Medal of Honor recipients until he was 82 years old. And he died at 89. Why did you decide to put all these paintings in a book? Well, uh, it was a deathbed promise that I made my father he is the last years of his life were consumed by what he considered his final mission and his final gift. To the Marines and and to the country because all of his artwork was gifted to the Marine Corps, the largest, um, art collection ever gifted to the Marine Corps, and he, um, he when he made this decision, he just went at it full speed as if he was 21 years old. I mean, he had multiple campuses going at at one time, and he dedicated about every waking hour to these paintings getting up in the Middle of the night to work on an unfinished canvas. I mean during meals, he drew sketches on paper napkins. And as you write in his last days, he was tormented by the canvases that were unfinished or a NStar tid. Yes, it is his final gay. He was doing one in his head. The men became very personal to him. They were all around his room and were there to to really his final days when he couldn't make it to the easel, And even then he thought he was going to make it. He thought he could lick this last little thing, And when it became clear he couldn't I said Dad. We knew that the paintings were going to go to the Marines, but he always wanted to have them published in one volume, and I said, Dad, I'm going to do that. I promise you the mission became mine. And so it became more than just Oh, well, we'll just put the collection of paintings in and we'll put the citations up. I felt to do it justice that I had to get to know the man. I felt consumed, so my father's mission has over these last six years become mine. And so you wrote the incredible stories to go with your father's remarkable paintings. I especially love Ripley at the Bridge. Uh, yes, I have seen your father's original painting many times on display at the United States Naval Academy. It's just remarkable. Tell us that story. Yes. And and Ripley had to be included. Because my father felt strongly that Ripley should have been awarded the Medal of Honor, and he has not yet, but it can be done posthumously. I kind of equate Ripley and my father's last mission as as the same because, um, Ricky was one of the last American advisers in Vietnam. And he was attached to a group of 700 yet enemies, Marines and they were to guard and prevent anyone from taking the bridge at Dang. How Which was located on the only artery from north Vietnam to South Vietnam. And meanwhile, 30,000 north. Yeah, these soldiers and 300 heavy tanks were headed their way. So the only thing that Ripley knew that he could do because he couldn't stop them. Was to blow up the bridge. And so on Easter Sunday in 1972, with the 700 Marines on the shores trying to protect him because he was under heavy fire through the whole thing he set out to put charges satchel charges by Going hand over hand under the bridge under heavy fire, laying a charge. He did it six times. Hanging from that bridge, literally almost pulling his arms out of his sockets, and he only had one wet pack of matches. And he knew that if If that didn't work, the last time to to light the fuse that he was going to have to throw his own grenade and probably be killed in the act, which he was willing to do. But luckily the matches worked. And he he set fire. He got back over the bridge. The bridge blew up. And there was this one moment, glorious kind of bridge on the River Kwai glorious victory. But it was like my father is very quixotic and short lived because You know, the tide had turned with the war and at the end of defending, um Dang Ha! He was left with 50. I believe 52 Marines out of his 700. He was a very, very heroic man and and and and a good man that that the Marines treasured until his stuff. I'm looking at your dad's painting as you describe the story in this Man's heroism and it just, um and transported there. It's just remarkable. We actually spoke to a retired Marine who knew John Ripley on this program back in 2000 and eight John Miller was his name, and he wrote a book about what John Ripley did. Here's a clip from that conversation. He's an inspiration to.

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"nstar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"nstar" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Friend Tarkington was a terrific player seventies were great era for Pro football. Fran Tarkenton led the Vikings tow three Super Bowls in win any of them. They ran into great teams. They ran into the Steelers, and they ran into the Raiders and who beat them in the O then and the Dolphins, the greasy dolphins. So the bob greasy dollars and So he made three Super Bowls. He was the league MVP one year, nine time pro bowler and he really revolutionized the position. They called him the mad scrambler because he ran around at a time when quarterbacks didn't run around. So Tarkington is an all time great player. And when people talk about the seventies, they talk about Bradshaw and start back because they won super Bowls between them. Bradshaw, Nstar back 16 Super Bowls and Stabler 11 and he was a great player. Tarkington was a great There He is. Number three on today's list. Best quarterbacks never to win the Super Bowl number to Jim Kelly is 24 straight Super Bowls with the Bills, another one who didn't go right to the NFL. That was a different circumstance. He chose to go to the USFL. Houston gamblers If I remember correctly when he first got out of college at the you great college player runs he got to the NFL. He was the leader of one of the greatest teams of all time. I think we have to call the bills that No, they didn't win any of them. But they made four straight Super Bowls. No one's ever done that before or since. He absolutely belongs on this. He was the leader of one of the great teams ever. So Jim is number two on the list and number one is he's number one when we started doing the list. The first thing I did.

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"nstar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"nstar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Them operate insurance copter already. Thanks, Kristen. I'm Laurie Grandi. WBC's traffic on the three different field in the air. Today. The sump pump geek sponsor is the four day WBC AKI. Weather forecast. Here's meteorologist Dean DeVore. It's that feel of being in the heart of the really the darkest part of the year with the lowest son angle in the least amount of sunshine over the next four weeks, two weeks until the solstice So any sunshine we get is ineffective to get us much out of the thirties today. Some spots me get closer to 40. Not much wind today. Thank goodness now a NStar. My offshore is going to kind of brush us to the South and east. What's going to happen is that return flows could bring an ocean effect. Snow showers and some rain showers to the cape. The South coast in the islands, maybe even up to some South shore communities. First thing tomorrow morning. Filed some sunny breaks guts to your winds tomorrow. Upper thirties real fields in the teens and twenties and then near 40 is the cold relaxes a little bit on Wednesday. It relaxes more We get in the upper forties for the end of the week, But then it looks like it rains into the weekend. I thank you with meteorologist beamed aboard WBC. Boston's news rating. Of course. Bright sunshine in Boston 28. This is Steve Andrews. When there's flooding in the streets, let your neighbors know to call the sump pump geeks at 1844433. 5 to 25 or visit US online at some pump geeks dot com In the morning Monday, it is, say 26 now look at New England business despite coming off one of the best months in recent stock market history, storm clouds are brewing on the horizon. This, according to Morgan Stanley, executive director Kristine Armstrong were getting more sluggish. This is not good. We need federal assistance. We need to cares Act. We need some economic stimulus..

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"nstar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"nstar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Time of the week. We're creative, Tony and myself, select a couple of players that we like. And we said we wanted to touch on this guy. Tony, we didn't get an opportunity. But Jeff Wilson Junior came up. I our last week for the 40 Niners. He did play second fiddle to Ah T really most of us. We expected and That Ram's Runde got real tough in the second half, and it was up to Nick Mullins to kind of make it happen. I like Jeff Wilson Junior. I trust Jeff Wilson. Probably at this point second, most of any 40 Niner running back. I've got Tevin Coleman on a roster. He was out still last week, sort of remains to be seen. In the camp er, no food in Studio League. I'm in a situation where guys on Bye week. Some people are missing Road, Joe. Maybe you're a Christian McCaffrey on Mike Davis guy, and you don't have either of them this week. Jeff Wilson Jr has like a goal line option for me is not the worst play. I don't think no, definitely not Everybody I think had 12 carries for 40 yards last week. I don't love it. I don't love it. But I do think that he's got the potential T O running backs in that offense with with most of the McKinnon, it's more in the past game running backs in the shit head on. Fence generally what he doesn't give it to one guy. The whole game is my point, except in the NFC championship game last year, and I think whatever coming obviously must win games for the 40 Niners to stay alive in the playoff hunt. Don't think McKinnon is going to see the ball much on my Nana. I just I think it's going to be a Mostert 60 Wilson 40% mix is kind of what I would bet on. For Monday night against the Bills. Well, it's also a situation now where the 40 Niners need to make sure guys are healthy to back into this season, so it's them against the world. I like Jeff Wilson again. If you're in a tough spot he's available out there. Maybe it's a flexed I I don't think he's got a super high ceiling. You're sort of banking on a touchdown. But, hey, I'm telling you this because I'm probably riding with him. He's my running back this week. All right. So you know what? I'll go running back right again against you. Dude, you're talking 40. Niners present day I'm going back to 40 Niner lore with Mr Gore. I just wonder rhyme and I just wanted also, you know I was big on P. Ryan early in the year. Obviously, that's faded. Do Gore last week. 18 carries 74 yards the week before that. 15 carries 61 yards. 33 carries 135 yards and last two weeks. I like Gore this week against the Oakland Raiders of Sad. Listen to me, the Los Vegas ratings. I think that Gore actually eclipses the 100 Yard Raiders give up about 115 yards a game on the ground. I think Gore will get the ball at least 15 times, if not 15 to 20 and eclipses 100 guards and maybe even gets into the end zone, Frank or against Las Vegas Raiders at home. It's so funny, you mention that because that's probably the other running back. I've gotta start this way. How they got guarded, so I've been such a tough spotted. I've been such a tough spot with the right door. With the running back position. When it comes to quarterbacks this week. You know, I really like did we were talking about about Ryan Fitzpatrick or to whoever is going to go up against the against the Bangles defense? I really like Taysom Hill this week at the Falcons, right? We saw what he could do on the ground a couple of weeks ago. He's been a top 15 quarterback and total fantasy points by quarterbacks over the last couple of weeks. 10 Terry's 40 yards to rushing touchdowns in that span, So I'm gonna take him. I love that The Falcons are team gives a point Saints back Indoors this weekend Tasting hills. A guy who's out there, he's available of leagues daily fantasy. Another hit on that for you. Taysom Hill is my quarterback this week. Somebody's gonna be playing more daily fantasy. I have a feeling I'm getting the fixed ur Jones and funny you mentioned taste them. I thought about taking tasting, but I'm also going to take the may be the hottest hand in all of laugh. One of the hottest hands in all of football. Kirk Cousins man at home against Jacksonville last the last four games for cousins. 105 completions out of 147 1133 yards, 11 TDs one pick that is Scalding hot the Jags. They've given up the third most fantasy points, two cubes this season, and they've given up 103 fantasy points per game. Two opponents. I just think that You know, you think that Jacksonville will be playing from behind the whole game, so maybe because it won't throw us much. That's the only risk. But like I said, the Jags of the third most fancy points, two cubes. Sometimes it works out where the points that he gets thrown early or the all of the points of that guy needs, And then you can sit down in the in the blowout. So exactly I'm not played off. Um Forest Pass catchers go. We give you a running back? We gave you a quarterback. We've been told the Houston today. I actually really do like per your notes earlier on the on the Indianapolis secondary. I actually do like Brandon cooks this week. Will Fuller was getting 22% of the targets from Shawn Watson last week. So I'm gonna look Tioga. Brandon cooks us, which is really just kind of eat the other guys. Sorry. That's the guy I like the most. I really am confident in Jarvis Landry. He's finally starting to benefit from Odell Beckham Jr. Not really being there for a while. Remember, I was saying Jarvis Landry understand, uh, pond. He was basically a Nstar double for a couple of weeks. He just was not finding the end zone. You might have one or two touchdowns now on the season after last week, Jarvis Landry, playing out of the windy, rainy Cold scenario last week led to some production..

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"nstar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"nstar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Time of the week. We're creative. Tony and myself, select a couple of players that we like. And we said we wanted to touch on this guy. Tony, we didn't get an opportunity. But Jeff Wilson Junior came off IR last week for the 40 Niners. He did play second fiddle to Ah T really most of us. We expected and That Ram's Runde got real tough in the second half, and it was up to Nick Mullins to kind of make it happen. I like Jeff Wilson Junior. I trust Jeff Wilson. Probably at this point second, most of any 40 Niner running back. I've got Tevin Coleman on a roster he was out to the last week sort of remains to be seen. In the camp. You know, no food in Studio League. I'm in a situation where guys on Bye week. Some people are missing Road, Joe. Maybe you're a Christian McCaffrey on Mike Davis guy, and you don't have either of them this week. Jeff Wilson Jr has like a goal line option for me is not the worst play. I don't think no, definitely not Woody, I think had 12 carries for 40 yards last week. I don't love it. I don't love it. But I do think that he's got the potential T O Running backs in that offense with with me. Most of the McKinnon, it's more in the past game running backs in the Shanahan offense generally what he doesn't give it to one guy. The whole game is my point, except in the NFC championship game last year, and I think whatever coming obviously must win games for the 40 Niners to stay alive in the playoff hunt. Don't think McKinnon is going to see the ball much on my name. I just I think it's going to be a most 60 Wilson 40% mix is kind of what I would bet on. For Monday night against the Bills. Well, it's also a situation now where the 40 Niners need to make sure guys are healthy to back into this season, so it's them against the world. I like Jeff Wilson again. If you're in a tough spot he's available out there. Maybe it's a flexed I I don't think he's got a super high ceiling. You're sort of banking on a touchdown. But, hey, I'm telling you this because I'm probably riding with him. He's my running back this week. All right. So you know what? I'll go running back right again against you. Dude, you're talking 40. Niners present day I'm going back to 40 Niner lore with Mr Gore. I just wonder rhyme and I just wanted also, you know I was big on P. Ryan early in the year. Obviously, that's faded. Did Gore last week. 18 carries 74 yards the week before that. 15 carries 61 yards. 33 carries 135 yards and last two weeks. I like Gore this week against the Oakland Raiders of Sad. Listen to me, the Los Vegas ratings. I think that Gore actually eclipses the 100 Yard Raiders give up about 115 yards a game on the ground. I think Gore will get the ball at least 15 times, if not 15 to 20 and eclipses 100 guards and maybe even gets into the end zone, Frank or against Las Vegas Raiders at home. It's so funny, you mention that because that's probably the other running back. I've got to start this week how they got guarded, so I've been such a tough spotted. I've been such a tough spot with the right door. With the running back position. When it comes to quarterbacks this week. You know who I really liked it. We were talking about about Ryan Fitzpatrick or to whoever is going to go up against the up against the Bangles defense. I really like tasting Hill this week at the Falcons, right. We saw what he could do on the ground a couple of weeks ago. He's been a top 15 quarterback and total fantasy points by quarterbacks over the last couple of weeks. 10 carries 40 yards to rushing touchdowns in that span, so I'm going to take him. I love that that the Falcons are team gives a point Saints back Indoors this weekend Tasting hills. A guy who's out there, he's available of leagues daily fantasy. Another hit on that for you. Taysom Hill is my quarterback this week. Somebody's gonna be playing more daily fantasy. I have a feeling I'm getting the fixed ur Jones and funny you mentioned taste them. I thought about taking tasting, but I'm also going to take the may be the hottest hand in all of laugh. One of the hottest hands in all of football. Kirk Cousins man at home against Jacksonville last the last four games for cousins 105 completions out of 147 1133 yards. 11 TVs one pick that is Scalding hot the Jags. They've given up the third most fantasy points, two cubes this season, and they've given up 103 fantasy points per game. Two opponents. I just think that You know, you think that Jacksonville will be playing from behind the whole game? So maybe because INS won't throw us much. That's the only risk. But like I said the Jags Group the third most fancy points, two cubes. Sometimes it works out where the points that he gets thrown early are the are the points of that guy needs and then you can sit down in the in the blowout. So exactly I'm not played off. Um Forest Pass catchers go. We give you a running back? We gave you a quarterback with the Houston today. I actually really do like for your notes earlier on the on the Indianapolis secondary. I actually do like Brandon cooks this week. Will Fuller was getting 22% of the targets from Shawn Watson last week. So I'm gonna look Tioga Brandon cooks this week to really just kind of eat the other guys. Sorry. That's the guy I like the most. I really am confident in Jarvis Landry. He's finally starting to benefit from Odell Beckham Jr. Not really being there for awhile. Member on the stand, Jarvis Landry understand, Uh, pond. He was basically a Nstar double for a couple of weeks. He just was not finding the end zone. You might have one or two touchdowns now on the season after last week, Jarvis Landry, playing out of the windy, rainy Cold scenario last week led to some production. I like Landry again this week without Odell Beckham Jr yet again, Cleveland going up against Tennessee, right? Cleveland against Tennessee. I don't mind. Jarvis Landry. Brandon cooks Jarvis Landry, that you guys have got my eyes on this week. Nice man. I like Also in that cleaning game. I like Corey Davis for Tennessee. But he's having a career year. Fantastic. Yeah, he's having a good year. I may have to play this week. Well, then maybe you just shall based on my advice. Maybe you're in the playoffs. I'm not right, dude. Luckily I'm gonna go with the guy has been super frustrating all year..

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"nstar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"nstar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Rushing attack is working cattle it Kyle Shanahan's offense. The quarterback's not gonna put up numbers until that Russian attack starts to work because starts to open up and soften up that defense couple of the notes here. On Lamar Jackson. He's been outside of the top 15, a quarterback and three of his last four games. It's based on fantasy points each week, and you mentioned he just doesn't throw the ball as much as we anticipated, he would. He's not completed more than 20 passes in a game at any point this season. I think 20 is the most completions he's had all season. And as I mentioned, this is really great. A great wide receivers around him, So I just think right now, at best, he's a matchup Quarterback like he's a guy who you read the matchup. Who do they get this week? Is it New England this week doing nothing. Get that game and you see a new England hasn't been great. Their defense is, um in spectacular, but I still fear what Bill Belichick and do the focal point of an offense. If he looks around, he says, we'll find we're gonna make Lamar beat us with his arm. We're gonna make Willie Snead and Mark Andrews and marquees Brown be the guys to beat us, then sure, they can beat us with those guys. But we're not gonna let Lamar Jackson run all over us for 100 yards. And so he may not be a bad matchup this week, but I just think right now based on even where you took him or what you gave up to trade for him, you got a temper expectations with him. No question, And they don't ever I'm looking at the rankings now they don't have a receiver ranked in the top 30. Here you go, Ma'am. I mean marquees. Brown is the top highest ranked Raven wide receiver and 33. According to I'm not fantasy prose dot com right now, should stop calling him Hollywood, You know? Yeah, I think we should We should we can we go like should we go like marquees off Broadway Brown, like he's like, Get some back theater somewhere off Broadway and instead more quarterback discussion. Hey, Adam Schefter came on the Murphy matches he does every Thursday. That's must listen to radio 8 30. Three Thursday. It's a lot of listen, but we do the atom to atom fantasy question each week it so we figure what we start throwing this in plugging this into the fantasized this podcast. We'll start throwing in that question that I asked Adam Schefter, and this one was sort of funny because I try to be general about it. I tried to ask a good fantasy question. That is maybe not necessarily pertaining to me or my team. But this week I needed some help, man. This week. I got Patrick Holmes on by needed help with the quarterback position. So I asked Adam Schefter. Here's what it sounded like. It is always the highlight of the week when Adam Copeland and Adam Schefter go the meeting of the Adams here. When it comes to fantasy football. It's getting now down the you know, Starting to separate the playoff contenders from the non playoff contenders in our league on May be the key pickups here copes that could could determine fate. So what you cook up and I'm a man of the people, and I'm trying to ask questions. It'll help the general public. But this time I'm going real personal here at him. I'm in a in a rivalry game this week in a seriously with my buddies. That's one of my best friends. I'm six and three, and I generally have Patrick Mahomes going. It's a set it and forget it situation. But this week, I'm wondering. I had big bet on my bench. I'm kind of waiting and seeing with him, But if I have an option, but Twin Baker Mayfield against the Texans. Carson Wentz against the Giants. Which one of those matchups do you like better this week? You know, here's the thing a NStar. It's you know, a guy get asked that a lot Um And I will just say that I'm not a big recommend Start kind of guy. I like Off course you want to be the great game maker may feel may have a great day. I I don't know. I mean, They're both concerts, I would say. Living enough Jewish guilt as it is, right. Just just pick the guy that you want. You feel best about right, Right? Okay, Well, they're just they're just guesses. Like, Go to the rabbi. And the Rabbit's like, Well, you got to make the decision for yourself. All of you. Yeah. Look inside your hardly look in your heart. You gotta look in the mirror. I'll come up with something good. Yeah. Let's get all right. Well, there you go. Copes. He basically see what Schefter do is dispensing wisdom to you saying that you need to look deep within your own soul. You have the answers right behind the answers. Find the answers within. Yes, yes. Let me say about Schefter. I tune in. I know me and I know a bunch of guys I play fantasy football with they tune in to hear that portion to see what sector is going to say, and they are. They're glued to that little segment that was funny. He didn't give you Maybe what you were looking for this most weeks. He will give you some goods. You know, You know it's funny because I know for a fact, like he said this to me last year, and it may have been maybe two years ago when I first ever started asking The fantasy question, and he said, I don't like to start sit once and people ask me all the time. And if you ask me, I'll give you a roll of the dice. I mean, everybody knows you're just as he said. You gotta look into your heart. You gotta look within look within because every fantasy guy at some point dude, you can blame somebody else. Or you said to start this guy or it's like that matter the weather man when he says it's gonna be sunny and it rains, you know, it's what you gonna do, man. He's just he's rolling the dice. He's commiserating just like we are. But that's also why it's fun to ask him these questions because I think Everybody, not everybody. Most everybody gets into this business. You're a fan of the sport. You're a fan of the game, And so now we get a chance to talk about it. So the fact that he's still playing fantasy with his guys feel Gates and Matthew Berry, and he's sweating out losses and he's losing games by less than half a point. The way we are so funny, but you could also tell there he was like, I don't want to be held responsible for starting Baker Mayfield and sitting Carson Wentz would really should have been The other way around, So let's get into it. Baker Mayfield, Carson Wentz, two of the more available waiver wire claims this week, two of the better available quarterbacks. If you're a guy sitting there with Patrick Mahomes or ladies, there's Patrick Mahomes. Or or Matt Ryan. Where do you go, Tony? I'll tell you where I went because I actually did have to pick up one of these guys. I do have big bed where I'm kind of monitoring that Cove in situation where you uncultured once and on that, Baker Mayfield, this Right now. I'm going Carson Wentz. If I had to make the call right now he's getting also on Jeffrey back this week..

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"nstar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"nstar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Cruising by Marcel Ozuna. Knocks out Kershaw, Right. 321 Atlanta Dave Roberts comes get Clayton Kershaw. Now I know a lot of you are going to want to hang all of this on Kershaw. But before you, D'oh, check yourself for a minute Quick. What is Kershaw's E? R a in his last five postseason starts, including last night. What is it? Seven. 9.5 40. No, it's 394394 not nearly as good as he is in the regular season, but not thie utter disaster that everybody always makes him out to be. In fact, there are a ton of starting pitchers who would happily sign up for a postseason E R a of 394. It's just a Kershaw is so much better in the regular season and again while he was in the game, the Dodgers bats managed all of one hit. Even if he did pitch like regular season. Kershaw. He's not winning that game so well. He has to wear some of that. There is a lot of blame to go around. It's not all his fault. Should he have been yanked earlier? Was it a mistake to let Ozuna see him for a third time? Especially when you consider how that second about went? Yeah. All right. All right. Let's talk about that for a minute. Did you see what the bullpen did after Kershaw did leave? You can kill Dave Roberts for not going to his bullpen earlier, But given the arsonists that were posted up there, Can you blame him? Did you see what happened when he ultimately did turn it over to those gas cans? Bluestar Graterol replaced Kershaw, BG enter the game, having not a lot of inherited runner to score in the postseason. He went from that to letting everybody score. He gets a line out from his first batter. Then he gives up a single then an R B. I double then an R B. I single. Then he left the game. He threw 15 pitches, and he gave up three runs, plus the one that he inherited from Kershaw. So you're starting to see why Dave Roberts would rather let curse jar trying to work out of it. Then let his bullpen set the entire stadium on fire. It was 6 to 1 by the time Graterol left. And it didn't end there. Victor Gonzalez comes in. He issues a walk in an RV. I single that makes it 7 to 1 and then finally got a couple of hours. A complete and total disaster as before. If the bullpen had been able to keep it at 3 to 1, the Dodgers were not out of that game. You keep it to a two or even a three run game, and you keep the pressure on the Braves. You forced them into tough decisions. You make them use up their important arms in the bullpen. Instead, this crew Took a bad situation and made it so much worse. And you take all the pressure off the Braves. You use water to put out a fire, not gasoline. Mineral that talk about how deep and how good that dodgersbullpen was. Remember how their only concern was Kenley Jansen because they had that great and deep bullpen? Yeah, well, that bullpen allowed 15 runs in 15 and two thirds innings in this Siri's And that's not a bullpen that's batting practice. And if the Dodger pitchers we're looking for the Dodger hitters to bail them out, Then they were begging Mookie Betts over for Corey Seager over for Cody Bellenger over three Ah, lineup loaded with all stars and M V P candidates, and they couldn't even scratch out a hit. And it's not like that was one bad night, either. They were crap offensively in games one into a CZ. Well, Bellenger is hitting a buck 88 for the Siri's bets. Even worse. At 1 43. The offense that was unstoppable in the regular season has been a Nstar doble in this Siri's Like you take out the last three innings ofthe Game two's lost in the first three of game threes win and these guys have been horrible. You take out those six innings and they have scored a total of three runs in 30 Innings, three runs total. Meanwhile, Marcel Ozuna continued to square up everything that came his way. And then he did this in the seventh picture..

Clayton Kershaw Dave Roberts Marcel Ozuna Dodgers Braves Siri Bluestar Graterol Cody Bellenger Victor Gonzalez Atlanta Kenley Jansen Nstar Mookie Betts Corey Seager
"nstar" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"nstar" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"In double by Marcel Ozuna. Knocks out Kershaw, Right. 321 Atlanta Dave Roberts comes get Clayton Kershaw. Now I know a lot of you are going to want to hang all of this on Kershaw. But before you, D'oh, check yourself for a minute Quick. What is Kershaw's E? R a in his last five postseason starts, including last night. What is it? Seven. 9.5 40. No, it's 394394 not nearly as good as he is in the regular season, but not the utter disaster that everybody always makes mt. To bay. In fact, there are a ton of starting pitchers who would happily sign up for a postseason E R a of 394. It's just that Kershaw is so much better in the regular season and again while he was in the game, the Dodgers bats managed all of one hit, even if he did pitch like regular season. Kershaw. He's not winning that game. So while he has to wear some of that there is a lot of blame to go around. It's not all his fault. Should he have been yanked earlier? Was it a mistake to let Ozuna see him for a third time? Especially when you consider how that second about went? Yeah. All right. All right. Let's talk about that for a minute. Did you see what the bullpen did after Kershaw did leave? You can kill Dave Roberts for not going to his bullpen earlier, But given the arsonists that were posted up there, Can you blame him? Did you see what happened when he ultimately did turn it over to those gas cans? Bluestar Graterol replaced Kershaw, BG enter the game, having not a lot of inherited runner to score in the postseason. He went from that to letting everybody score. He gets a line out from his first batter. Then he gives up a single then an R B. I double then an R B. I single. Then he left the game. He threw 15 pitches, and he gave up three runs, plus the one that he inherited from Kershaw. So you're starting to see why Dave Roberts would rather let curse jar trying to work out of it. Then let his bullpen set the entire stadium on fire. It was 6 to 1 by the time Graterol left. And it didn't end there. Victor Gonzalez comes in. He issues a walk in an RV. I single that makes it 7 to 1 and then finally got a couple of hours. A complete and total disaster as before. If the bullpen had been able to keep it at 3 to 1, the Dodgers were not out of that game. You keep it to a two or even three run game, and you keep the pressure on the Braves. You forced them into tough decisions. You make them use up their important arms in the bullpen. Instead, this crew took a bad situation and made it so much worse. And you take all the pressure off the Braves. You use water to put out a fire, not gasoline. Member. All that talk about how deep and how good that dodgersbullpen was. Remember how their only concern was Kenley Jansen because they had that great and deep bullpen? Yeah, well, that bullpen allowed 15 runs in 15 and two thirds innings in this series. And that's not a bullpen that's batting practice. And if the Dodger pitchers we're looking for the Dodger hitters to bail them out, Then they were begging Mookie Betts over for Corey Seager over for Cody Bellenger over three Ah, lineup loaded with all stars and M V P candidates, and they couldn't even scratch out a hit. And it's not like that was one bad night, either. They were crap offensively in games one into a CZ. Well, Bellenger is hitting a buck 88 for the Siri's bets. Even worse. At 1 43. The offense that was unstoppable in the regular season has been a Nstar doble in this Siri's Like you take out the last three innings ofthe Game two's lost in the first three of game threes win and these guys have been horrible. You take out those six innings and they have scored a total of three runs in 30 Innings, three runs total. Meanwhile, Marcel Ozuna continued to square up everything that came his way. And then he did this in the seventh picture tonight for the Dodgers, Floro.

Clayton Kershaw Dave Roberts Dodgers Marcel Ozuna Braves Bluestar Graterol Cody Bellenger Victor Gonzalez Kenley Jansen Atlanta mt Nstar Siri Floro Mookie Betts Corey Seager
"nstar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"nstar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Taking phone calls using the IRS prison imprisoning upon abusing budget a sorry end overriding congressional legislation Dr abstract in Congress serving a privilege separation of powers is the president in the United States then who has an obstructed Congress anyone name one Mister I calls going to let's leave one line open for a liberal and or Democrat to answer these questions and they can be a member of the house of representatives remember the Senate if they like we need a definition of abuse of power and obstructing Congress what is the definition come from what's the historical basis for we need to know if that phrase of those definitions apply to trump why they didn't apply to all the other presents thank looting I kind of Democrat presidents and if abstracting Congress means not challenging subpoenas her demands for staffers were close to the present the United States then there's not a single president as an obstructed Congress distracting Congress that's the definition of impeachment that is an attack on the equality the branches a direct attack on the quality the branch now these floor managers A. K. A. corrupt prosecutors the Democrats sent over they don't care about any they could care less we have a phone call folks let me look let me put it to this if that phone call at the present in the United States doing and saying what these house manager said he did and said you only need the transcript you would need anything else that would be the smoking gun the transcript would be the smoking gun and a second tier level do you have a killer witness presumably the person on the other end of the phone but you have at least one killer witness who would have been brought before chef who didn't have to rely on senators and McConnell in the rule had his own rules he was the star one of the house intelligence committee he need anybody's permission he was in charge he didn't have a witness now is excuse lab we'd have to go to court well guess what that's always the case but here the house of representatives vote on impeachment not a single Republican all Democrats but one voted for based on the record that they cumulant and so with the right to know who's the great witness and where is the smoking gun document there aren't any that's why they need twenty four hours in three days they really need five minutes you see there's no blue dress with DNA on it none there's nothing we gotta find the the witnesses who they know they're never going to get they gotta keep throwing their names around like like they're the ones who make the difference they can be talking about the Senate which they know is going to repudiate them at some point involved in a cover up an obstruction they're not impartial like of course Nadler and shift in the boys and girls that's the position but it should fail do we have a liberal or a Democrat Mister produce we have Mike in Maryland we'll take Mike in Maryland the great WMAL who was a serial talk radio caller go ahead Mike thanks for taking my call mark you know my liberal friends whenever I bring up that the R. or JFK they could care less likely liberal friends irrelevant yes my liberal friends could care less about this is the historical analogies they say they call it what about it the I. all you're saying is what about Clinton or what I see I see so what is this what about ism N. in other words there's an end to begin with the constantly keep waving the constitution around well the rule of law hello now hold on them this what about is and what they mean is we're going to dismiss history we're going to dismiss context we're going to dismiss experience in the world begins today and so they give a word what about his it's called rational thinking absolutely market date yet if history started January twentieth two thousand seventeen and they no no history starts with their contemporary thought process like today through the rule of law means anything yet well you have to do this what about is on the rule of law is you know it means that a hundred years what about as of do you have a Bible yes that's what about as thanks for a history book is what about as your ancestors what about is and how stupid I've heard this phrase to what about as and that's not an argument sure it's an argument it provides a basis for thought history is one stepping stone built on top of another go ahead I absolutely agree mark is the rule of law means the law applied then it applies now over time the rule of law must mean something depending on it doesn't matter what party to read so SO SO but you make a good point and so my point would be if abuse of power is the standard then why didn't the same people in the house demand the impeachment of Barack Obama for fast and furious why didn't they demand the impeachment of Barack Obama when his subverted the role of the Congress the legislature imposed aka why did they demand the impeachment the Democrats back when LBJ was using the IRS the CIA and the FBI in JFK was using the IRS the FBI NSTAR his internment camps NFT are with the IRS and so forth and so on because they're making it up as they go along that's why they condemn what about as they retract logic and standards right now we have no standards for impeachment as a result of what these people have done in the house represents we have none anyway find new friends that's my advice to you may I say that to you my friend thank you mark all right you're welcome I know he's in Maryland he's surrounded but if people irritate me they're not my friends United me Mr producer maybe they're quinces they're strangers there annoyances they're definitely not my friends I don't want to be around we'll be right back van is take weekdays nine AM to noon now back to mark levy and on one oh one five FM seven twenty AM.

Congress president United States IRS
"nstar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"nstar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Should fail do we have a liberal or a Democrat Mister produce we have Mike in Maryland we'll take Mike in Maryland the great WMAL who was a serial talk radio collar go ahead Mike thanks for taking my call mark you know my liberal friends whenever I bring up that the R. or JFK they could care less were they likely liberal friends here real yes my liberal friends could care less about this is speech historical analogies they say they call it what about it yeah all you're saying is what about Clinton or what I see I see so what is this one about ism N. in other words there's an end to begin with the constant thank you waving the constitutional well the rule of law I don't know hold on this what about is in what they mean is we're going to dismiss history we're going to dismiss context we're going to dismiss experience of the world begins today and so they give it a word what about his it's called rational thinking absolutely market date yet if history started January twentieth two thousand seventeen and they no no history starts with their contemporary thought process like today she grew the rule of law means anything yeah well you have to do this what about is on the rule of law is no means that hundred years what about as of do you have a Bible yes that's what about as sure a history book is what about his your ancestors what about is and how stupid I've heard this phrase to what about us and that's not an argument sure it's an argument it provides the basis for thought history is one stepping stone built on top of another go ahead I absolutely agree mark is the rule of law means the law applied then it applies now over time the rule of law must mean something depending on it doesn't matter what party you're in so so so but you make a good point and so my point would be if if the use of power is the standard then why didn't the same people in the house the main the impeachment of Barack Obama for fast and furious why did they demand the impeachment of Barack Obama when he discovered in the role of the Congress the legislature imposed Dr why did they demand the impeachment the Democrats back when LBJ was using the IRS the CIA and the FBI in JFK was using the IRS the FBI NSTAR is interment camps NFT art with the IRS and so forth and so on because they're making it up as they go along that's why they condemn what about as they reject logic and standards right now we have no standards for impeachment as a result of what these people have done in the house represent us we have none anyway find new friends that's my advice to you may I say that to you my friend thank you mark all right you're welcome I know he's in Maryland he's surrounded but if people irritate me they're not my friends United me Mr producer maybe their coin says they're strangers there annoyances they're definitely not my friends I don't want to be around we'll be right back van individual.

Mike Maryland
"nstar" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"nstar" Discussed on WTVN

"Using budget as far end overriding congressional legislation Dr I'm struck in Congress asserting a privilege separation of powers is the president in the United States then who has an obstructed Congress anyone name one Mr at Costco to Leslie one line open for a liberal landlord Democrat to answer these questions and I can be a member of the house of representatives remember the Senate if they like we need a definition of abuse of power and obstructing Congress what is the definition come from what's the historical basis for we need to know if that phrase of those definitions apply to trump why they didn't apply to all the other presents including I kind of Democrat presidents and if obstructing Congress means not challenging subpoenas her demands for staffers were close to the present the United States then there's not a single president has an obstructed Congress strutting Congress that's the definition of impeachment and that is an attack on the equality the branches a direct attack on the quality the branch now these floor managers A. K. A. corrupt prosecutors the Democrats sent over they don't care about any they could care less we have a phone call folks let me look let me put it this way if that phone call at the present in the United States doing in saying what these house manager said he did and said you only need the transcript you would need anything else that would be the smoking gun the transcript would be the smoking gun and a second tier level you have a killer witness presumably the person on the other end of the phone but you have at least one killer witness who would have been brought before chef who didn't have to rely on senators and McConnell in the rule had its own rules he was the star one of the house intelligence committee he need anybody's permission he was in charge he didn't have a witness now is excuse lab we have to go to court well guess what that's always the case but here the house of representatives vote on impeachment not a single Republican all Democrats but one voted for based on the record that they cumulant and so with the right to know who's the great witness and where is the smoking gun document there aren't any that's why they need twenty four hours in three days they really need five minutes you see there's no blue dress with DNA on it none there's nothing we gotta find the the witnesses who they know they're never going to get they gotta keep throwing their names around like like they're the ones who make the difference I got to be talking about the Senate which they know is going to repudiate them at some point involved in a cover up an obstruction they're not impartial like of course Nadler and chef and the boys and girls that's the position but it should fail do we have a liberal or a Democrat Mister produce we have Mike in Maryland we'll take Mike in Maryland the great WMAL who was a serial talk radio caller go ahead Mike thanks for taking my call mark you know my liberal friends whenever I bring up that the R. or JFK they could care less what they likely liberal friends here real yes my liberal friends could care less about this is speech historical analogies they say they call it what about it yeah all you're saying is what about Clinton or what I see I see so what is this what about ism N. in other words there's an end to begin with the constant to keep waving the constitutional well the rule of law total now hold on this what about is and what they mean is we're going to dismiss history we're going to dismiss context we're going to dismiss experience of the world begins today and so they give a word what about his it's called rational thinking absolutely market date yet if history started January twentieth two thousand seventeen and they no no history starts with their contemporary thought process like today through the rule of law means anything yeah well you have to do this what about is on the rule of law is you know means that a hundred years what about as of do you have a Bible yes that's what about as that's right a history book is what about his your ancestors what about is and how stupid I've heard this phrase to what about us and that's not an argument sure it's an argument it provides a basis for thought history is one stepping stone built on top of another go ahead I absolutely agree mark is the rule of law means the law applied then it applies now over time the rule of law must mean something depending on it doesn't matter what party to read so so so but you make a good point and so my point would be if abuse of power is the standard then why didn't the same people in the house demand the impeachment of Barack Obama for fast and furious why did they demand the impeachment Barack Obama when his subverted the role of the Congress the legislature imposed aka why did they demand the impeachment the Democrats back when LBJ was using the IRS the CIA and the FBI in JFK was using the IRS the FBI NSTAR is interment camps and FDR with the IRS and so forth and so on because they're making it up as they go along that's why they condemn what about as they reject logic and standards right now we have no standards for impeachment as a result of what these people have done in the house represent as we have none anyway find new friends that's my advice to you may I say that to you my friend thank you mark all right you're welcome I know he's in Maryland he's surrounded but if people irritate me they're not my friends uniting me Mr producer maybe their coin says they're strangers there annoyances they're definitely not my friends I don't wanna be around we'll be right back.

Congress president United States Costco
"nstar" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"nstar" Discussed on KTOK

"Taking phone calls using the IRS prison imprisoning upon using budget a sorry end overriding congressional legislation Dr I'm struck in Congress asserting a privilege separation of powers is the president in the United States then who has an obstructed Congress anyone name one Mr at Costco no let's leave one line open for a liberal and or Democrat to answer these questions and they can be a member of the house of representatives remember the Senate if they like we need a definition of abuse of power and obstructing Congress what is the definition come from what's the historical basis for we need to know if that phrase of those definitions apply to trump why they didn't apply to all the other presents including I kind of Democrat presidents and if obstructing Congress means not challenging subpoenas her demands for staffers are close to the present the United States then there's not a single president has an obstructed Congress strutting Congress that's the definition of impeachment and that is an attack on the equality the branches a direct attack on the quality the brands now these floor managers A. K. A. corrupt prosecutors the Democrats sent over they don't care about any they could care less we have a phone call folks let me look let me put it this way if that phone call had the president of the United States doing in saying what these house manager said he did and said you only need the transcript you would need anything else that would be the smoking gun the transcript would be the smoking gun any second tier level do you have a killer witness presumably the person on the other end of the phone but you have at least one killer witness who would have been brought before chef who didn't have to rely on senators and McConnell in the rule had his own rules he was the star one of the house intelligence committee he need anybody's permission he was in charge he didn't have a witness now is excuse lab we have to go to court well guess what that's always the case but here the house of representatives vote on impeachment not a single Republican all Democrats but one voted for based on the record that they cumulant and so with the right to know who's the great witness and where is the smoking gun document there aren't any that's why they need twenty four hours in three days they really need five minutes you see there's no blue dress with DNA on it none there's nothing so I got to find the the witnesses who they know they're never going to get they gotta keep throwing their names around like like they're the ones who make the difference I got to be talking about the Senate which they know is going to repudiate them at some point involved in a cover up an obstruction they're not impartial like of course Nadler and shift in the boys and girls that's the position but it should fail do we have a liberal or a Democrat Mister produce we have Mike in Maryland we'll take Mike in Maryland the great WMAL who is a serial talk radio caller go ahead Mike thanks for taking my call mark you know my liberal friends whenever I bring up that the R. or JFK they could care less what they likely liberal friends here real yes my liberal friends could care less about this is speech historical analogies they say they call it what about it yeah all you're saying is what about Clinton or what I see I see so what is this what about ism N. in other words there's an end to begin with the constituted keep waving the constitution around well the rule of law total now hold on this what about is and what they mean is we're going to dismiss history we're going to dismiss context we're going to dismiss experience in the world begins today and so they give a word what about his it's called rational thinking absolutely market date yet if history started January twentieth two thousand seventeen and they no no history starts with their contemporary thought process like today through the rule of law means anything yeah well you have to do this what about is on the rule of law is you know means that a hundred years what about as of do you have a Bible yes that's what about as that's right Hey history book is what about his your ancestors what about is and how stupid I've heard this phrase to what about is and that's not an argument sure it's an argument it provides a basis for thought history is one stepping stone built on top of another go ahead I absolutely agree mark is the rule of law means the law applied then it applies now over time the rule of law must mean something depending on it doesn't matter what party to read so so so but you make a good point and so my point would be if abuse of power is the standard then why didn't the same people in the house demand the impeachment of Barack Obama for fast and furious why didn't they demand the impeachment Barack Obama when his subverted the role of the Congress the legislature imposed Dhaka why did they demand the impeachment the Democrats back when LBJ was using the IRS the CIA and the F. B. I. N. JFK was using the IRS the FBI NSTAR his interment camps N. F. E. R. with the IRS and so forth and so on because they're making it up as they go along that's why they condemn what about as they reject logic and standards right now we have no standards for impeachment as a result of what these people have done in the house represents we have none anyway find new friends that's my advice to you may I say that to you my friend thank you mark all right you're welcome I know he's in Maryland he's surrounded but if people irritate me they're not my friends you're not a me Mr producer maybe their coin says they're strangers there annoyances they're definitely not my friends I don't want to be around we'll be right back van.

Congress president United States Costco IRS
"nstar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"nstar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A second tier level do you have a killer witness presumably the person on the other end of the phone but you have at least one killer witness who would have been brought before chef who didn't have to rely on senators and McConnell in the rule had his own rules he was the star one of the house intelligence committee he need anybody's permission he was in charge he didn't have a witness now is sixty one I would have to go to court well guess what that's always the case but here the house of representatives vote on impeachment not a single Republican all Democrats but one voted for based on the record that they can land and so with the right to know who's the great witness and where is the smoking gun document there aren't any that's why they need twenty four hours in three days they really need five minutes you see there's no blue dress with DNA on it none there's nothing we gotta find the the witnesses who they know they're never going to get I think I keep throwing their names around like like they're the ones who make the difference they can be talking about the Senate which they know is going to repudiate them at some point involved in a cover up an obstruction they're not impartial like of course Nadler and shift in the boys and girls that's their position but it should fail do we have a liberal or a Democrat Mister produce we have Mike in Maryland we'll take Mike in Maryland the great WMAL who was a serial talk radio collar go ahead Mike thanks for taking my call mark you know my liberal friends whenever I bring up that the R. or JFK they could care less what they likely liberal friends irrelevant yes my liberal friends could care less about this is speech historical analogies they say they call it what about it yeah all you're saying is what about Clinton or what I see I see so where does this one about ism N. in other words there's an end to begin with the constantly keep waving the constitution around well the rule of law hello now hold on this one about is and what they mean is we're going to dismiss history we're going to dismiss context we're going to dismiss experience in the world begins today instead they give a word what about his it's called rational thinking absolutely market date yet if history started January twentieth two thousand seventeen and they no no history starts with their contemporary thought process like today true the rule of law means anything yet well you have to discuss what about is on the rule of law is you know means that a hundred years what about as of do you have a Bible yes that's what about as thanks for a history book is what about as your ancestors what about is and how stupid I've heard this phrase to what about ism that's not an argument sure it's an argument it provides a basis for thought history is one stepping stone built on top of another go ahead I absolutely agree mark is the rule of law means the law applied then it applies now over time the rule of law must mean something depending on it doesn't matter what party to read so SO SO but you make a good point and so my point would be if abuse of power is the standard then why didn't the same people in the house demand the impeachment of Barack Obama for fast and furious why didn't they demand the impeachment of Barack Obama when his subverted the role of the Congress the legislature imposed aka why did they demand the impeachment the Democrats back when LBJ was using the IRS the CIA and the F. B. I. N. JFK was using the IRS the FBI NSTAR his internment camps NFT are with the IRS and so forth and so on because they're making it up as they go along that's why they condemn what about as they reject logic and standards right now we have no standards for impeachment as a result of what these people have done in the house represent as we have none anyway find new friends that's my advice to you may I say that to you my friend thank you mark all right you're welcome I know he's in Maryland he's surrounded but if people irritate me they're not my friends uniting me Mr producer maybe they're quinces they're strangers there annoyances they're definitely not my friends I don't want to be around we'll be right back then it's.

"nstar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"nstar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Taking phone calls using the IRS prison imprisoning upon using budget a sorry end overriding congressional legislation Dr I'm struck in Congress asserting a privilege separation of powers is the president in the United States than who has an obstructed Congress anyone name one Mr at Costco no let's leave one line open for a liberal and or Democrat to answer these questions and they can be a member of the house of representatives remember the Senate if they like we need a definition of abuse of power and obstructing Congress what is the definition come from what's the historical basis for we need to know if that phrase of those definitions apply to trump why they didn't apply to all the other presents thank looting I kind of Democrat presidents and if I'm strutting Congress means not challenging subpoenas her demands for staffers who are close to the present the United States then there's not a single president has an obstructed Congress strutting Congress that's the definition of impeachment that is an attack on the equality the branches a direct attack on the quality the brands now these floor managers A. K. A. corrupt prosecutors the Democrats sent over they don't care about any of this they could care less we have a phone call folks let me put it to this if that phone call at the present in the United States doing in saying what these house manager said he did and said you only need the transcript you would need anything else that would be the smoking gun the transcript will be the smoking gun any second tier level do you have a killer witness presumably the person on the other end of the phone but you have at least one killer witness who would have been brought before chef who didn't have to rely on senators and McConnell in the rule headers own rules he was the star one of the house intelligence committee he need anybody's permission he was in charge he didn't have a witness now is sixty one I would have to go to court well guess what that's always the case but he had the house of representatives vote on impeachment not a single Republican all Democrats but one voted for based on the record that they can land and so with the right to know who's the great witness and where is the smoking gun document there aren't any that's why they need twenty four hours in three days they really need five minutes you see there's no blue dress with DNA on it none there's nothing we gotta find the the witnesses who they know they're never going to get they gotta keep throwing their names around like like they're the ones who make the difference I got to be talking about the Senate which they know is going to repudiate them at some point involved in a cover up an obstruction they're not impartial like of course Nadler and chef in the boys and girls that's their position but it should fail do we have a liberal or a Democrat Mister produce we have Mike in Maryland we'll take Mike in Maryland the great WMAL who was a serial talk radio collar go ahead Mike thanks for taking my call mark you know my liberal friends whenever I bring up that the R. or JFK they could care less what they likely liberal friends here real yes my liberal friends could care less about this is speech historical analogies they say they call it what about it yeah all you're saying is what about Clinton or what I see I see so what is this one about ism N. in other words there's an end to begin with the constitution to keep waving the constitutional well the rule of law hello now hold on them this what about is and what they mean is we're going to dismiss history we're going to dismiss context we're going to dismiss experience in the world begins today and so they give it a word what about his it's called rational thinking absolutely market date yet if history started January twentieth two thousand seventeen and they no no history starts with their contemporary thought process like today true the rule of law means anything yeah well you have to do this what about is on the rule of law is you know means that a hundred years what about as in do you have a Bible yes that's what about as that's right a history book is what about as your ancestors what about is and how stupid I've heard this phrase to what about as a match not an argument sure it's an argument it provides a basis for thought history is one stepping stone built on top of another go ahead I absolutely agree mark is the rule of law means the law applied then it applies now over time the rule of law must mean something depending on it doesn't matter what party to read so so so but you make a good point and so my point would be if abuse of power is the standard then why didn't the same people in the house demand the impeachment of Barack Obama for fast and furious why didn't they demand the impeachment of Barack Obama when he discovered in the role of the Congress the legislature imposed aka why did they demand the impeachment the Democrats back when LBJ was using the IRS the CIA and the FBI and JFK was using the IRS the FBI NSTAR his internment camps NFT art with the IRS and so forth and so on because they're making it up as they go along that's why they condemn what about as they reject logic and standards right now we have no standards for impeachment as a result of what these people have done in the house who represent us we have none anyway find new friends that's my advice to you may I say that to you my friend thank you mark all right you're welcome I know he's in Maryland he's surrounded but if people irritate me they're not my friends you know I mean Mr producer maybe their coin says they're strangers there annoyances they're definitely not my friends I don't want to be around we'll.

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