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"vernal utah" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

02:55 min | 4 d ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"And what we were told is. You can't do that book because it's propaganda book. Who told you that. When i saw The school that unfreedom the press is a propaganda book. Any books like that. So when i when i remember when in the white fragility i'm sure they would have been all excited about bookstop used was becoming the coming. Yes the who that michelle obama's book. Yes used so now. How is that not propaganda. Obviously and bet she didn't even write the damn thing that's just my guess. Yeah well I don't wanna get anyone in trouble. May i ask you what school this is. What school district. I really all right. Good i want you to cover your tracks. That's okay but there you go some kind of academic freedom I don't preach hate. I don't preach a violence. I don't preach racism. That book was a Was a rather significant book on the nature of the meeting america. They hate my guts. That's what it is. Let's just beyond. They hate me and the feelings mutual. All right don't hang up. We want to send you a copy. He signed addition of american. Marx's here's what you folks should really do. You should send your kids into the schools with copies of american marxism. There'll be more than name lavigne than they will marxism you know what i mean mister producer. We shall overcome one day. Camille ver- vernal. Is that vernal utah on the mark levin app. How are you. I'm good. how are you doing very well. Thank you thank you for taking my call I just wanted to comment on your book. It is incredibly enlightening. And i thank you for all the research and everything that you put into it and all this you do. God bless you all for being on radio and sticking with us and actually giving us real news. Because i am. I don't know everything that's going on. And i don't blame you not having like an actual source of honesty like you provide us and thank you for that. You're very very kind. And you know what i told the publisher today how honored i am of how positive the reaction has been on amazon and elsewhere because the book takes time you gotta go page by page chapter by chapter. But i fill. It's worthwhile i really do. And i and i feel it can make a difference and i think it will tune in tomorrow got some big news to report and don't hang up camille. We're going to send you assigned copy. God bless each one of you. I appreciate all you heroes out there. I'm blessed the whole country's blessed to have you. I'll see you tomorrow be well..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:59 min | 2 months ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He did it in his campaign rallies, holding campaign rallies with tens of thousands of people that didn't have to social distance or were mass. He took coronavirus press conferences. He talked about his ratings. He took the opportunity to go after Joe Biden has a Donald Trump supporter. Do you think Donald Trump did a good job in the handling of this virus? Did he show leadership? I think a lot of what he did was turned into what he didn't do. And I think a lot of what he did in the back have today would have never happened under president. I understand that's a positive. I understand that the vaccine when he was president, even though he got the vaccine. I understand. I'm happy to give the president credit when it comes to the vaccine, But Hold on. And those things that I just mentioned are kind of important extreme. I'm I mean time constraints died because of that you brought up What's happening in India right now. I can't. They're all being given. Any of the information about the vaccine. Okay, So I noticed that and did not address any of those things that I mentioned. She didn't address any of them. She took the chance to attack Joe Biden, but she didn't address anything that I mentioned. On Ben. She talked about Like honestly, because how do I know somebody's vaccinate or not? All that's a good question. I agree with you. That's a good question. You know, somebody completely defined say they're vaccinated and you know it, and that's it. I mean, you know, so I agree. You're just making a certain you know what What? What? What the CDC and Biden are doing. They are waving the white flag to the pandemic. They're saying the pandemic is effectively over. That's that's that's that's what they're doing. There's a number of reasons for I think a lot of us do with how how Anthony Fauci has publicly embarrassed himself on a national stage. I think a lot of us do with the fact that everything else Joe Biden is doing is basically failing miserably. And yeah, absolutely right. His his jobs were off by 75% gas is $7 in Virginia. Right now, there is a war taking place. There's little actual full scale war happening in the Middle East. Inflation is the highest It's ever been with products at 6.2%. All right, so so let me let me address a number of things that happened. I understand Presidency that very, very negative. Understood what I respond, pushing the Pandemic right now, when when everyone has the ability to get the vaccine if they want to. And if the vaccine works that they're protected, But I want to talk. You are protected. I want to talk to Shane now. So Shea. I just want to mention a couple things that J. D just said that once again, not accurate at all. Joe Biden and nobody from the CDC has said the virus is over. JD is not telling you the truth that is number one, and that is not factually effectively waiving the way effectively waiving any white flag that is not factually accurate. And that is right wing buffoonery that is number one. Number two If I can. If I can please finish. That would be awesome. Number two. And yes, it is right wing before Marie because nobody has said that the virus is over. That is blatantly a lie. You're saying on the radio number two. Okay when it comes to gas prices, we had a Republican from a Republican group come on our show a few days ago and actually gave the reasons why gas prices were high again. Right Wing befo Nery JD, blaming Joe Biden and his 1st 100 days. The rise of gas prices. I'm sorry, Shea. I just wanted to correct a few things. Let me just give you the last word, my friend. Go ahead. Um, I think they need to what they should want to bind Got in office. He should have mandated. I told the passport. I mean, you gotta force these people to take the vaccine. I mean, it's just It's just point, right? They should have did it. You should probably move to China. That's the dumbest things right that That's that's what happens in totalitarian governments. That's what tyrants do. That's what fascist you that's if that took place, then Joe Biden and the Bite administration would be everything that Donald Trump was supposed to be. Which was this fascist tyrant. You cannot in a free country unless it is a law. You cannot force people to take a vaccine, especially if they don't have you heard of hip hop. Yes, they could. No, they can't. Shea. I appreciate your call, but good culture and this is, you know. Okay, I'll leave it at that. Let's go to Leo. Leo's next on the Vegas Take. Hi, Leo. What's going on here? What's up with 2575396? Let's go to Danny. Danny's next on the biggest take. Hello? Danny, Danny, Danny. It's Danny. Um, just I had was. I have something to tell you. I got a story and I believe to be true. So I'm in Vegas, But I have an ex wife in Utah and then you took 15 years. Ke. She has a huge, huge family now. This is the story that she told me Apparently her uncle. He lives in Vernal, Utah. Guy is a millionaire. I mean, he works in the oil industry hadn't been shopping anyway. Long story short, He's got a lot of money. So she tells me. Hey, Uncle Troy got Kobe and she says he went to the hospital and he had about three buddies. I guess these guys had money They came in and gave him that pill, The Hydra Hydra core or whatever you call it, and apparently from what I heard from her is that the pill? Uh, it doesn't. Um, you know, prevent you from getting, uh, Cove it. It helps you with the symptoms. She's like, go after he took it. About two days later, he came out of the hospital. From taking that I thought the pill I thought the pill prevented you from getting pregnant. No, I'm sorry. That was a horrible joke. I'm sorry. It was good. That was good. Anyway. That's what I learned from that, And I believe she's pretty credible. I don't think that might be possible. Danny. I'm not discounting you. I'm not discounting your story that might be possible. And if somebody took something that you believe might have helped I am all for it, My friend. Here's what I'm trying to say, Danny and maybe you'll you'll agree with me on this. There are people out there, including one radio talk show host who was despicable that is on the air here in Las Vegas, who peddle the drug that he claimed cured the coronavirus. He put it on his Twitter pitch. He then got a cease and assist letter for doing so. The my pillow guy, My Clindell did a national interview on CNN and other national interviews. Claiming that he had a drug that he claimed cured the coronavirus. It was a lie, Danny, I'm not just Danny. I'm not discounting what you said. And if and if your friend or someone in your family took something that you believe might have helped. I'm happy for them. All I'm simply saying is there were too many people of the course of the last 18 months or so that peddle drugs and tried to profit off of vulnerable people. And I just call those people despicable. That's all I'm saying, Dad, Of course, I mean that whoever has the brain could see that that you know some people don't That's my frustrations. Yeah, trying to profit off something, right? Of course. Absolutely. People are gullible. You know that Ryan and absolutely what they mean. But me And you, we know better. Sure. And listen, I'm happy for your friend. I'm glad she recovered and on. I wish her well and I wish you well, sir, And I do appreciate your story in your phone point. You guys show man, That means a lot. That means a lot to me. And I appreciate you, sir. Thank you. 25753961. We gotta tie ties next on the Vegas Take what's good..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:37 min | 9 months ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on No Agenda

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"vernal utah" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"I like to welcome the show Sam and Nina. . Oppenheim Sam you may remember from being on the show way back you can find Samsa Tiger fee at Sam Oppenheim, , dot com Sam and Nina welcome to the show. . Thank you for having a Song Chris to care and I say Sam has been on the show in a while we figure it's something like ten years of marriage in two kids later that SAM is back. . In the early years talking about Bali and northern India and Laos I believe if I am. . Correctly, , but you're talking something a little more domestic this time. . What are we talking about today? ? So mostly the national parks in northern Colorado I figured because of Covid we did a little domestic travel and there's some amazing sites at their dinosaur, , national? ? Monument. Doesn't . get enough attention and Rocky Mountain National Park among a lot of people's favorites excellent and you did this as part of a larger RV trip this year. . Correct. . So we did our first ever family RV trip and we all four corners, , Arizona Utah Colorado? ? New Mexico but <hes> what we covered has been covered by your show before like the route sixty six stuff in New Mexico and Arizona we did that and you recently had a podcast about the <hes> national parks in Arizona. . Offer beaten past beyond the Grand Canyon so we don't want to repeat anything It's getting tougher. . So we do repeat some things these days. In . fact, , I'm going to try and repeat the show we did allows Laos coming up here sometime I'm just looking for a guest. . So let's focus in on Colorado which I think we decided was about a week long portion of your trip yes and you doing this by RV right excellent and where should we start if you're GONNA? Do ? it just all on its own as a one week one way road trip you could fly into Salt Lake City and fly out of like older Denver area. . But I'm not GonNa Really. . WanNa talk about Salt Lake City that much. . So I think. . Can we just start in Dinosaur National Monument border of Utah and Colorado. . So we're up in the north western corner of Colorado when we're in dinosaur national monument correct it's most of the monument is now in Colorado but the part with the dinosaur quarry is in Utah and it's one of those parks that stretches across the border and it's Absolutely. . Incredible. . It's actually two hundred, , ten, , thousand acres and includes two river canyons both the green and Yamba River canyons and so some people think Oh, , it's a national monument. . It's not as big as a national park will actually it's a lot bigger than some national park. . So the designation National Park is more Congressional and National Monument is Presidential Right? ? It doesn't determine the funding or the sides are valued visiting the site right? ? Exactly. . So I have spent some time in Dinosaur National Monument but I've done exactly the opposite of the things that you've done. . So tell me a little bit about your experience first of all. . Yes. . So we did is we stayed in an RV campsite outside of the park, , but actually we're going to recommend that anyone doing this trip stays inside the park. . It's just going to be a better trip I'm talking this cold tour that we're going to be doing here is more of an outdoorsy type of tourism, , and so I think if you word of a reserve, , the campground at either Split Mountain or Green River on the Utah side of. . Dinosaur. . National Monument. . You would then be inside the park. . It's a beautiful campground right on a quiet stretch of the Green River, , and all these campgrounds can be reserved on recreation dot Gov, , and you could do it with an RV and could do it with a tent. . But if you wanted to stay outside there are places you can stay in Jensen Utah which is kind of the border town for the national. . Monument, , in Utah more in Dinosaur Colorado, , they named the town after the monument. . Okay and neither of those are all that large town as I am now I think the largest town in the area's vernal Utah, , which a little further west than Johnson and actually we should mention that if you're into dinosaurs hopefully you are. If . you're going to dinosaur national monument, , there is actually a lovely <hes> museum in Vernal Utah Not a large museum, , but you can see some velociraptor and things like that. . So especially, , if you're there with kids and I think you were traveling with two. . That's that's someplace that I would recommend. . We were on prevent a long drive from Bryce Canyon Up to Dinosaur National Monument, , and so we drove to rural and it was we made sure to stop at some of those dinosaur statutes that are in town. . We weren't unfortunately stay for the <hes> museum. . I. . Don't know if it was open actually right now a lot of museums here in two, , thousand, , twenty, , nine open. . It was great to see those the statues in town. . If you like photo ops with giant roadside dinosaurs, , you won't be disappointed on this road trip.

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Travel to Northwestern Colorado

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:53 min | 10 months ago

Travel to Northwestern Colorado

"I like to welcome the show Sam and Nina. Oppenheim Sam you may remember from being on the show way back you can find Samsa Tiger fee at Sam Oppenheim, dot com Sam and Nina welcome to the show. Thank you for having a Song Chris to care and I say Sam has been on the show in a while we figure it's something like ten years of marriage in two kids later that SAM is back. In the early years talking about Bali and northern India and Laos I believe if I am. Correctly, but you're talking something a little more domestic this time. What are we talking about today? So mostly the national parks in northern Colorado I figured because of Covid we did a little domestic travel and there's some amazing sites at their dinosaur, national? Monument. Doesn't get enough attention and Rocky Mountain National Park among a lot of people's favorites excellent and you did this as part of a larger RV trip this year. Correct. So we did our first ever family RV trip and we all four corners, Arizona Utah Colorado? New Mexico but what we covered has been covered by your show before like the route sixty six stuff in New Mexico and Arizona we did that and you recently had a podcast about the national parks in Arizona. Offer beaten past beyond the Grand Canyon so we don't want to repeat anything It's getting tougher. So we do repeat some things these days. In fact, I'm going to try and repeat the show we did allows Laos coming up here sometime I'm just looking for a guest. So let's focus in on Colorado which I think we decided was about a week long portion of your trip yes and you doing this by RV right excellent and where should we start if you're GONNA? Do it just all on its own as a one week one way road trip you could fly into Salt Lake City and fly out of like older Denver area. But I'm not GonNa Really. WanNa talk about Salt Lake City that much. So I think. Can we just start in Dinosaur National Monument border of Utah and Colorado. So we're up in the north western corner of Colorado when we're in dinosaur national monument correct it's most of the monument is now in Colorado but the part with the dinosaur quarry is in Utah and it's one of those parks that stretches across the border and it's Absolutely. Incredible. It's actually two hundred, ten, thousand acres and includes two river canyons both the green and Yamba River canyons and so some people think Oh, it's a national monument. It's not as big as a national park will actually it's a lot bigger than some national park. So the designation National Park is more Congressional and National Monument is Presidential Right? It doesn't determine the funding or the sides are valued visiting the site right? Exactly. So I have spent some time in Dinosaur National Monument but I've done exactly the opposite of the things that you've done. So tell me a little bit about your experience first of all. Yes. So we did is we stayed in an RV campsite outside of the park, but actually we're going to recommend that anyone doing this trip stays inside the park. It's just going to be a better trip I'm talking this cold tour that we're going to be doing here is more of an outdoorsy type of tourism, and so I think if you word of a reserve, the campground at either Split Mountain or Green River on the Utah side of. Dinosaur. National Monument. You would then be inside the park. It's a beautiful campground right on a quiet stretch of the Green River, and all these campgrounds can be reserved on recreation dot Gov, and you could do it with an RV and could do it with a tent. But if you wanted to stay outside there are places you can stay in Jensen Utah which is kind of the border town for the national. Monument, in Utah more in Dinosaur Colorado, they named the town after the monument. Okay and neither of those are all that large town as I am now I think the largest town in the area's vernal Utah, which a little further west than Johnson and actually we should mention that if you're into dinosaurs hopefully you are. If you're going to dinosaur national monument, there is actually a lovely museum in Vernal Utah Not a large museum, but you can see some velociraptor and things like that. So especially, if you're there with kids and I think you were traveling with two. That's that's someplace that I would recommend. We were on prevent a long drive from Bryce Canyon Up to Dinosaur National Monument, and so we drove to rural and it was we made sure to stop at some of those dinosaur statutes that are in town. We weren't unfortunately stay for the museum. I. Don't know if it was open actually right now a lot of museums here in two, thousand, twenty, nine open. It was great to see those the statues in town. If you like photo ops with giant roadside dinosaurs, you won't be disappointed on this road trip.

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"vernal utah" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:37 min | 11 months ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"They're trying to lighten the load on our little bit and see if they can't get her heading in the right direction a little bit. So I just briefed her half a mile and she was. Well in hand and I was looking forward to run on her to tell you the truth and You know she's she's been just like you said very easy to handle. She goes out there and does a job and got Evan Roman riding her so I'm hoping she'll certainly run well for all of us and and then diametric she's a horse that. Boy She stumbled bad and darn near went down in the race before and we've been kind of letting her Stay, up a little bit closer to the pace and thinking you know we might try to anchor her the first time this time and see if she'll sit back and make a big run them horses she big strong Philly and you know hopefully she can. She can reach her potential at some point. Let. Me also ask in the next race on Friday I. Do see that you've got. Ill upon me a warriors reward philly that has really out runner or her auction number. She was a three thousand dollar purchase. She's made fifty grand and. She's coming off of a starter allowance when seems like you know seems like you know the the summer was good to her and feels like she's With added maturity feels like she's moving forward. He's the horse that said a kind of a taller lanky things. She never she was hard to keep weight on when she was young horse because she was just you know she needed to come a lot further and I believe that philly starting to get better as she gets older she'd been very sound for me and at the same time. I. Think he's carrying better flesh right now than she ever had in her life. So I am kind of expecting her and she showing her form she's getting better with age So she finally starting to come around took her long time to get the job done and then when she did you know she really got it done nice and tell you the truth We certainly wouldn't. You know we don't WanNA hesitate to start on dirt again because they're racist and just an over the top four. She's been really good on the synthetic and But at this time, we'll trying to protect your just touch to see if she keeps going in that right direction too. But You know The headlines New client for me that Alastair Road and pushed my way. Those people have been great She's one of the first courses I got for him and You know they're out of Vernal Utah and they've become very good friends so certain to do well for them with her. Out Blaine Right A. Lot of good things clearly ahead and a tremendous job getting another twist of fate ready off of almost a year and a half of of various timeouts and wins along acres mile, and as we discussed whether it was with frank or in years past with the variety a great to northwestern argument that really treasure along acres mile victory, well done and. I continued success and anybody looking for. To get started. Get going. With. somebody in good hands with Blaine right now, he's got the horses in southern California and and San Francisco and also up in the North West that really any any kind of level of horse and all the different surface. -tunities with the Topeka at Golden Gate and a everything. Therefore, you blade best the lock hope to talk. Soon. We're anytime Steve. Appreciate having me on not at all Blaine right everybody and along acres mile added to the resume. We'll stay right ear twenty minutes to fill out this. Tuesday and a carry over fifty thousand at Indiana and then the penultimate day of racing. At. Kentucky downs and I reached for Ed the Rosa to give us some opinions. And add. Describing today at Kentucky downs as penultimate that that's a that's an ED derosa word. I do enjoy that word. Yes. I especially like when we get to the penultimate race on the penultimate day. Today. Well we have to get lived lifter in there to. Absolutely. Yes. We're for sure is is my favorite today I'm calling myself the carpetbagger of the Midwest take five. Well. We do have to.

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"vernal utah" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Com. AM seven sixteen CF MB Dakota. It's twenty six pass to welcome back to America in the morning. A mixed bag of some back page news with Jim Bohannon on the offbeat. We stand. Every now, and then you hear about teams who steal a car. But there's something new in vernal, Utah were two teenage boys ages fifteen at fourteenth, stole a private played at blue about fifteen miles before successfully landing the got to the vernal regional airport by following US highway forty and no as far as we know they worked speeding Jose Bautista is an honor few have. And certainly few baseball stars though. We're not talking inclusion into the baseball hall of fame. Not yet. Anyway, courtesy of Bob Anderson, a Canadian entomologist and Toronto Blue Jays fan who's as now got a long nosed beetle named after him. What about the impact of social media Nigerian president Muhammadu has had to deny publicly internet rumors that he's dead and has been replaced by clone. The time I get a Nigerian plea for financial assistance will have to assume it came from the clone. Advert about the steer from hell. It's a seven year old. Australian Holstein David knickers who stands six foot four at the shoulder and weighs over three thousand pounds knickers even has his own cow groupies who follow him wherever he goes big. So notable means liquors will live and will not become a half of hamburger anytime soon for the record the larger steer on record is at a Kellyanne ox named Balibo which stood six foot seven when measured eight years ago. No bull the rates that had always summit had a local barber shop offering to to haircuts. The Kim in the dynamic style of the North Korean leader. Or the Trump was included a blonde dye job, no word, and how much they cost or how about stay by pay you to get what? And there are many tragic stories for paradise California wildfires Gabriel Vallejo family lost their twelve year old Akita. But now over three months later after they posted lost dog posters all over the place. Kingston the dog is showed up smelling of what he apparently eight to keep alive skunk, the offbeat. I'm Jim Bohannon. This is International Women's Day..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:45 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on WTVN

"It's just incredible honor to the able to do this. Russia's meant so much to me in an a. It was kind enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because I know we means something to you as well. And it's been beyond just a radio thing. He was a guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a call net capital tail. You know that Nike said, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind calling and kaffir, Nick. And creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this continuance of tax, free speech. My theory, the left taxes conservative speech, the right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech. But I'm also well aware of the culture war were in in. Other forms of war. If you're someone who in a public school setting say at a school setting a town meeting, and you say something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed in other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that. We'll say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes if you do this in a workplace, you pay a tax Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right because they did the demographics studies. And in fact, they made some more money in their sneakers, but they couched this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that. Signaling virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signalling my virtue so hard I may sprain tongue. I'm signal in it so hard did this is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow came to doing something for somebody this virtue, signaling. Well, Nike did this believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player is doing fourteen points per game by ten ran row rebounds per game in recent years, and he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized Aragon. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Paying for criticizing that, man. He has it a warrant issued for his arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there and we're suggesting they met one arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. And these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You know who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching them. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give him a contract says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell so to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break him. Not to boycott him anything like that. But the point out there utter cowardice. See the left of the all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so called government shutdown. It's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not gonna pay tax unless it's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program. Todd Herman filling in high Matthew, Mr Herman. Thanks for having me on sorry that you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure wanna show up sometime. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of an EIB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked Romney's a household name in Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family, you know, and and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day. Saints politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even soared he slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda in the future. And he's not do it in the name of is moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash you know, that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues, we'll make everything. Well, what is this physician because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now, what is the through line on Mitt Romney I contend it's this I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that as the only through line in it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that do you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney. Yeah. His expansion of the welfare state. January. And so that's why I think that he was seriously one so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is it's almost like he's not even living in the same world as the rest of us because it's almost like the political battlefront right now, you know, and and he can't choose side. He's got his try to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. I mean exactly and he goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if he did he trashes Trump the day before he's even elected. How can we couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly. Right. And I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. That's a great phone. Call. One of the things for which the president deserves eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like you good bad ugly. You like don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that that president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President which is largely a deal making president. But all that comes back to this is the dude to be. The young people say, dude. No, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private? You have a Brock Obama who we understand was still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person. And in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well that also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago, people said not under your overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of cold civil war. I prayed that it ends. I prayed ends peacefully. I pray that we wrap this up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you're going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with our finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt, our interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps two that taught Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the network. You're listening to the network..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Something forbidden anniversary show, we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because they know we mean something to you as well. And it's been beyond just radio thing. He was the guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a Colin Kaepernick tail you know, that Nike said, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if it can make some money by getting behind Colin Kaepernick, and creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax, free speech. My theory, the left taxes conservative speech, the right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair, I don't particularly want to tax their speech. But I'm also well aware of the culture were in in other forms of war. If you're someone who. A public school setting state school setting a town meeting. You said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay a cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed and other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that. We'll say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes, if you do this in a workplace, you pay a tax Nike knew that was Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right because they did the demographics studies. And in fact, they made some more money in their sneakers, but they couched this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that signaling virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean. Super signaling. I mean, I'm signalling my virtue so hard I may sprain a tongue. I'm signal in it so hard did this is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow Kim to doing something for somebody this virtue, signaling. We'll Nike did this believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player. He's doing fourteen points per game by ten ran row. Rebound per game in recent years, and he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized Arrigo. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. He has a warrant issued for his arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting you might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have a shoe sponsorship? You won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching him. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give him a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal play in New York. Huge media market ought to shoes to sell so to loop back around tonight, key statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not to break him. Not to boycott him anything like that. But the point out there utter cowardice, see the left to the all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so called government shutdown. It's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not gonna pay tax unless it's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eighty two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in high Matthew, Mr Herman, thanks for having me on. Sorry that you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure wanna show up sometimes. Hey, I got that. You have risen to the mantle of an EIB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked Romney's a household babied Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day. Saints politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the state for an industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even eighty slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda into future, and he's going to do it in the name of his moral clarity. And hopefully backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues. We'll make them rethink. Well, what is this position because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now, what is the through line on rom, the I contend it's this, I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line, and it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that do you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney. Expansion of the welfare state. Very generous. That's why I think that he was seriously. One. So big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is that it's almost like he's not even living in the same world is the rest of us because it's almost like ready to political battlefront right now, you know, and and he can't choose a fight. He's got to try to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. I mean, exactly he goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN, and he did he trashes Trump today before he's even elected. How can you couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly. Right. And I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. It's a great phone. Call one of the things for which the president deserves eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like you good bad, ugly alike. You don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to. A rally and there's that vet president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President which is largely a deal making president. But all that comes back to this is the dude to be independent of the young people say, dude, no, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Brock Obama who we understand still smokes in private Brock Obama who we understand who still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person in in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well that also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago, people said not under your overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of civil war. I prayed did it ends. I prayed peacefully I prayed that we wrap this up when we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you're going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall. Has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven there's something happens with their finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt, our interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars that will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps two that taught her in for Rush Limbaugh on the network. You're listening to the IB network..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Up you'll trust me. And I tell you it's incredible honor to be able to do this. Russia's meant so much to me. An. Cried enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because we mean something to you as well. And it's been beyond just a radio thing. He was the guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a call net capital tail. You know that Nike said, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind Colin Kaepernick, and creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax, free speech. My theory, the left taxes conservative speech, the right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech. But I'm also well aware of the culture war were in in other forms of. War. If you're someone who in a public school setting say at a school setting a town meeting, and you said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay a cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed in other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that will say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes, if you do this in a workplace, you pay tax Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right because they did the demographics studies. And in fact, they made some more money in their sneakers, but they couched this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that signaling. Virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signalling my virtue so hard I may sprain tone. I'm signal in it so hard. This is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow akin to doing something for somebody this virtue, signaling. Well, Nike did this believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player is doing fourteen points per game. But ten ran row rebounds per game in recent years. And he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized Arrigo. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. Here's a warrant issued for his arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season and the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting you might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You know who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching them. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give them a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell soak to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break. Not to boycott him anything like that. But to point out there utter cowardice, see the left to be all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so called government shutdown. It's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not gonna pay a tax in less. It's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew. Wow, vernal Utah. Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program. Todd Herman filling in high Matthew, Richard Herman. Thanks for having me on. Sorry that you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure wanna show up sometime. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of an EIB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election descending election was just completely stacked. Romney's a household name in Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family. You know? And and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day. Saints politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even soared eighty slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda in the future. And he's gonna do it in the name of is moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash you know, that we've been flammable day, hopefully, it continues, we'll make everything. Assistance. What what is this position because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now. What is the through line on Mitt Romney I contend it's this I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line in it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that. Do you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney? Yeah. He's expansion of the welfare state. Very generous. Right. So that's why I think that he was seriously one so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is that it's almost like he's not even living in the same world as the rest of us because it's almost like rid of political battlefront right now, you know, and and he can't choose a fight. He's got his tried to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. Exactly. He goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if he any trashes Trump today before he's even elected. How can you couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise exactly this is triangulation exactly right in. I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. It's a great phone. Call. One of the things for which the president deserves eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like you good bad ugly. You like you don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that that president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President, which is largely dealmaking president. But all that comes back to this is the due to be the young people say, dude. No, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private? You have a Brock Obama who we understand who still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person. And in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well. But also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago, people said not under your overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of cold civil war. I prayed that it ends. I prayed ends peacefully. I pray that we wrap this up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you are going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend that the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with their finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps to that taught Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the network. You're listening to the network..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on 600 WREC

"For Rush Limbaugh. Be network. Up you'll trust me. And I tell you sit incredible honor to be able to do this. Russia's meant so much to me in an. It was kind enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because they knew he means something to you as well. And it's been beyond just a radio thing. He was a guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a call net capital tail. You know that Nike said, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind calling and kaffir, Nick. And creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax, free speech. My theory, the left taxes conservative speech, the right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech, but I'm also well aware of the cultural war in in. Other forms of war. If you're someone who had a public school setting say at a school setting a town meeting, and you said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids. There's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed and other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that will say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes, if you do this in a workplace SHI PEI attacks Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right because they did the demographics studies. And in fact, they made some more money in their sneakers, but the couch this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught. Our kids is. That signaling virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signalling my virtue so hard I may sprain a tone. I'm signal in it so hard this is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow Kim to doing something for somebody this virtuous, signaling. We'll Nike did this believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player. He's doing fourteen points per game by ten ran rebounds per game in recent years. And he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized air to go. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. Here's a warrant issued for its arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting you might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You know who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give a contract were watching him. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give them a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell so to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break him. Not to boycott him anything like that. But to point out there utter cowardice, see the left of the all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so-called government shutdown is still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment in he knows he's not gonna pay tax unless it's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program. Taught Herman filling in high Matthew, Mr Herman. Thanks for having me on sorry that you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure one wanna show up some time. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of an EIB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election descending election was just completely stacked. Romney's a household name in Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family, and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the high state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even sworn in. He slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda in the future. And he's going to do it in the name of is moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues, we'll make everything. Well, what is this physician because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now. What is the through line on it rom, the I contend it's this, I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line in it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that. Do you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney? Yeah. He's expansion of the welfare state. January. So that's why I think that he was seriously wants so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is that it's almost like he's not even living in the same world is the rest of us because it's almost like the political battlefront right now. You know? And and he can't choose fight. He's got his tried to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. I mean, exactly he goes to Washington Post. He goes to CNN if he trashes the day before he's even elected. How can we couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly. Right. And I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. That's a great phone. Call one of the things for which the president deserves eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like you good bad ugly. You like you don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that that president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President, which is largely dealmaking president. But all that comes back to this. Is the dude to be independent? Ocular of the young people say, dude. No, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private? You have a Brock Obama who we understand was still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person. And in the case of Romney. I think you have that different person as well that also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago, people said that under your overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of cold civil war. I prayed it ends. I prayed ends peacefully. I prayed that we wrap this up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you are going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend that the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with their finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt, our interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps to that taught Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the network. You're listening to the net.

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NewsRadio KFBK

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hope you'll trust me. And I tell you it's just an incredible honor to be able to do this. Russia's meant so much to me. It was kind enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because I knew he means something to you as well. And it's been beyond the ser radio thing. He was the guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a call net capital tail. You know that Nike said, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind Colin Kaepernick, and creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax free speech might theory, the left taxes, conservative speech. The right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech. But I'm also well aware of the cultural war were in in other forms of. War. If you're someone who in a public school setting say at a school setting a town meeting, and you said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed and other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that will say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes, if you do this in a workplace SHI PEI attacks Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right because they did the demographics studies. And in fact, they made some more money in their sneakers, but the couch this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that signaling. Virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signalling my virtue so hard I may sprain tone. I'm signaling it so hard. This is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow Kim to doing something for somebody this virtue, signaling. We'll Nike did this believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player. He's doing fourteen points per game tan ran row rebounds per game in recent years, and he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized Arrigo. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. Here's a warrant issued for its arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting they might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You know who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching him. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give them a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell so to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break him. Not to boycott them. Anything like that? But the point out there utter cowardice, see the left would be all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so-called government shutdown is still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost tax on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not going to pay a tax unless it's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program. Todd Herman filling in. Hi, matthew. Thanks for having me on. That you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure one will show up some time. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of EIB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked Romney's a household name in Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day. Saints politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the high state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda in the future. And he's to do it in the name of his moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues we'll make rethink. Positions. Well, what is his position because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now. What is the through line on it rom, the I contend it's this, I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line, and it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that view. See any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney. Yeah, he's expansion of the welfare state. That's why I think that he was seriously one so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is that it's almost like he's not even living in the same world as the rest of us because it's almost like the political battlefront right now, you know, and and he can't choose a fight. He's got his try to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. Exactly. He goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if you need trashes today before he's even elected. How can we couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly. Right. And I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. It's a great phone. Call one of the things for which the president deserves eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency. And all like. Good bad, ugly. You like you don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to rally, and there's that vet president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President which is largely a deal making president. But all that comes back to this is the due to be independent of the young people say, dude, no, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private Brock? Obama who understand was still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person. And in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well that also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago, people said not under your overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of cold civil war. I prayed that it ends. I prayed ends peacefully. I prayed that we wrap. This up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you're going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with our finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt, our interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps to that. Todd Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network. You're listening to the network. Newsradio.

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"vernal utah" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"You'll trust tell you. It's an incredible honor to be able to do this. Russia's meant so much to me. An it was kind enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because they know we mean something to you as well. And it's been beyond just radio thing. He was the guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows the call net capital tail. You know that Nike said, oh, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind calling and kaffir, Nick. And creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax, free speech. My theory, the left taxes conservative speech, the right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be. Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech. But I'm also well aware of the culture war were in in other forms of war. If you're someone who had a public school setting at a school setting a town meeting, and you say something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay a cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed and other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that will say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes, if you do this in a workplace, you pay tax Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right? Because they did the demographic studies. And in fact, they made some more money in their sneakers, but the couch this in. Another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that signaling virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signalling my virtue so hard I may sprain tongue. I'm signal in it so hard. This is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow akin to doing something for somebody. This virtue, signaling will Nike did this believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's a good player. He's doing fourteen points per game by ten ran row rebounds per game in recent years, and he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized Aragon. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Paying for criticizing that, man. He is a warrant issued for its arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting they might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You know who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contractor watching them. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give them a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market off the shoes to sell so to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like, not the break them. Not to boycott him anything like that. But the point out there utter cowardice. See the left of the all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so-called government shutdown is it's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pain. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not going to pay a tax unless it's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Matthew. Thanks for having me on. That you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure will show up sometime. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of an host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked Romney's a household name Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family, you know, and and what he says matches with the church Jesus Christ of latter day. Saints politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even soared eighty slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda in the future. And he's going to do it in the name of is moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues. We'll make them rethink. What is this position because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now. What is the through line on it rom, the I contend it's this, I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line. It doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that do you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney. Yeah. His expansion of the welfare state. And that's why I think that he was seriously one so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is that it's almost like he's not even living in the same world is the rest of us because it's almost like the political battlefront right now. You know? And and he can't choose aside. He's got his tried to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. I mean, exactly he goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if he trashes Trump today before he's even elected how come you couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly. Right. And I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah men beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. It's great phone. Call one of the things for which the president deserves. Eternal credits is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like you good bad ugly. You like you don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that that president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President, which is largely dealmaking president. But all that comes back to this. Is the due to be independent of the young people say, dude? No, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private? You have Barack Obama who we understand was still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well that also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago. People said, no, no, no, no, you overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of cold civil war. I prayed that it ends. I prayed ends peacefully. I pray that we wrap this up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you're going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with their finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt, our interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps two that taught Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the network. You're listening to the network..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on KTOK

"Forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because they knew he means something to you as well. And it's been beyond just radio thing. He was the guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a Colin Kaepernick tail you know, that Nike said, let's put her finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind Colin Kaepernick, and creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax, free speech. My theory, the left taxes conservative speech, the right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech, but I'm also well aware of the culture war in in other forms of. War. If you're someone who had a public school setting state school setting a town meeting, and you said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay a cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed and other forms. If you're to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that will say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes, if you do this in a workplace SHI PEI tax Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right? Because they did the demographic studies. And in fact, they made more money and their sneakers, but the couch this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that signaling. Virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signalling my virtue so hard I may sprain a tone. I'm signal in it so hard. This is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow Kim to doing something for somebody this virtue, signaling. We'll Nike did this believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player. He's doing fourteen points per game by ten rebounds per game in recent years, and he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized Aragon. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. Here's a warrant issued arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting you might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. And these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You know who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching them. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give him a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell so to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break him. Not to boycott them. Anything like that? But the point out there utter cowardice, see the left would be all over this. We'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so-called government shutdown is it's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not gonna pay tax unless it's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program. Taught Herman filling in Matthew Herman. Thanks for having me on sorry that you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure one will show up sometime. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of an EIB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked Romney's a household name in Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family, you know, and and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day. Saints politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves be high state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on national level. And before he's even soared eighty slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda and the future, and he's gonna do it in the name of his moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues we'll make rethink. Well, what is this position because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now, what is the through line on Mitt Romney I contend it's this I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line, and it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that view. See any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney. Yeah, he's expansion of the welfare state. Very generous. You know? And so that's why I think that he was seriously wants so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is it's almost like he's not even living in the same world as the rest of us because it's almost like the political battlefront right now, you know, and and he can't choose a fight. He's got tried to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. I mean, exactly he goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if you trashes today before he's even elected. How can we couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly. Right. And I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. It's great phone. Call. One of the things for which the president deserves eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like you good bad, ugly alike. You don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that vet president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President which is largely a making president. But all that comes back to this is the dude to be independent of the young people say, dude, no, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private? You have a Brock Obama who we understand who still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person. And in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well that also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago, people said not under your overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of cold civil war. I prayed did it ends. I prayed ends peacefully. I prayed that we wrap this up when we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you're going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with our finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt, our interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps to that taught Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network. You're listening to the network NewsRadio one thousand. Today. We're talking to Jim ensue from Rockwall Texas about how they were able to rid their financial obligation of time, share condo that. They no longer wanted. Also, Karen Holloway's here who with her.

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"vernal utah" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now back to Todd Herman guest hosting for Rush Limbaugh. Ombu IB network. Hope you'll trust gonna tell you. It's incredible honor to be able to do this. Russia's meant so much to me. It was enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because I knew he means something to you as well. And it's been beyond to radio thing. He was a guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a call net capital tail. You know that Nike said, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind Colin Kaepernick, and creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax free speech might theory, the left taxes, conservative speech. The right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech. But I'm also well aware of the culture war were in in other forms. War, if you're someone who in a public school setting at a school setting a town meeting, and you said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed and other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that will say that science has proven, and then you pay further taxes, if you do this in a workplace, you pay a tax Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right because they did the demographic studies. And in fact, they made some more money in their sneakers, but the couch this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that signaling. Virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signaling by virtue so hard I may sprain tone. I'm signaling it so hard. This is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow came to doing something for somebody. This virtue, signaling will Nike did this believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player. He's doing fourteen points per game by ten rebounds per game in recent years. And he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized air to go. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. Here's a warrant issued arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season and the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting they might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching them. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. Should we not give them a contract? He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell so to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break him not to boycott him anything like that. But the point out there utter cowardice, see the left to be all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so-called government shutdown. It's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not going to pay a tax unless it's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program. Taught Herman filling in Matthew. Thanks for having me on sorry that you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure why don't show up sometimes. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of EIB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked Romney's a household name in Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family. And and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints in politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves be high state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even the people of Utah that elected him in the face, and I know he's gone to push a progressive agenda energy future. And he's not doing the name of is moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues, we'll make them rethink assistance. Well, what is his position because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now. What is the through line? It Romney I contend. It's this I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line in it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that. Do you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney? Yeah. He's expansion of the welfare state. Very generous. That's why I think that he was seriously one so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is it's almost like he's not even living in the world is the rest of us because it's almost like the political battlefront right now. You know? And and he can't choose a fight. He's got to try to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. I mean, exactly he goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if he trashes the day before he's even elected. How can we couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly. Right. I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. It's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. It's a great phone. Call. One of the things for which the president deserves. Eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like good bad ugly. You like you don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that vet president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President, which is largely a dealmaking president. But all that comes back to this is the due to be. The young people say, dude. No, they don't. He is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private? You have a Barack Obama who we understand was still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well that also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago, people said not under your overreaching. I'm not were in a state of cold civil war. I prayed did it ends. I prayed ends peacefully prayed that we wrap this up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with our finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps to that. It's Todd Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the network. You're listening to the network..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And I tell you it's incredible honor to be able to do this. Russia's meant so much to me. It was kind enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because I knew he means something to you as well. And it's been beyond just radio thing. He was the guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a call nut cabinet tail. You know that Nike said, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind Colin Kaepernick, and creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax free speech might theory, the left taxes conservative speech, the right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech. Now to be Frank and fair, I don't particularly want to tax their speech, but I'm also well aware of the cultural war in and other forms of war. If you're someone who in a public school setting say in a school setting town meeting, you said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's gonna be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed in other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that. We'll say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes if you do this in a workplace SHI PEI tax Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right because they did the demographics studies. And in fact, they made some more money and their sneakers, but the couch. This in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that signaling virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signalling my virtue so hard I may sprain tone. I'm signal in it so hard. This is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow akin to doing something for somebody this virtuous, signaling will Nike did this believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player is doing fourteen points per game ten ran rebounds per game in recent years, and he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized Arrigo. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. Here's a warrant issued for his arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting you might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching him. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give them a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell soak to loop back around tonight. Key statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break. Not the boycott him anything like that. But the point out there utter cowardice. See the left to be all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so so-called government shutdown. It's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not gonna pay tax in less. It's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program. Todd Herman filling in. Hi, matthew. Thanks for having me on. That you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure wanna show up sometimes. Hey, I got that. You have risen to the mantle of an EIB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked. Romney's a household name in Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family. You know? And and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day. Saints politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even sorted. He slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda in the future. And he's gonna do it in the name of is moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues we'll make decisions. What what is this physician because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now. What is the through line on it rom, the I contend it's this, I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line in it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that. Do you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney? Yeah. He's expansion of the welfare state. Know. So that's why I think that he was seriously one so big here is because of his perceived kindness. And but the thing is that it's almost like he's not even living in the same world as the rest of us because it's almost like the political battlefront right now, you know, and and he can't choose a side. He's got his try to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. Exactly. He goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if you he trashes Trump today before he's even elected. How can you couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly. Right. And I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. That's a great phone. Call one of the things for which the president deserves eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency. And all like you. Good bad, ugly. You like you don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that that president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President which is largely a deal making president. But all that comes back to this is the due to be accurate, the young people say, dude. No, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private? You have a Brock Obama who we understand is still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person. And in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well. But also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago. People said, no, no, no, no, you're overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of cold civil war. I prayed that it ends. I prayed ends peacefully. I pray that we wrap. This up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with their finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars that will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps to that taught Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network. You're listening to the network..

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"vernal utah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Help you trust gonna tell you. It's just an incredible honor to be able to do this. Russia's minutes so much to me. In. It was kind enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because I know we mean something to you as well. And it's been beyond just a radio thing. He was a guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows the Catholic tail you know, that Nike said, let's put our finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind calling and kaffir, Nick. And creating this thing believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything, this is a continuance of tax free speech might theory, the left taxes, conservative speech. The right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech. But I'm also well aware of the culture war were in in other forms of. War. If you're someone who had a public school setting say at a school setting a town meeting, and you said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay a cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed in other forms. If you were to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate in weather, you'll face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that. We'll say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes if you do this in a workplace, you pay a tax Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right because they did the demographics studies. And in fact, they made some more money in their sneakers, but the couch this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling one of the many lies. It's being taught our kids is that signaling. Virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling mean super signaling. I mean, I'm signaling by virtue so hard. I may sprain a tone. I'm signal in it so hard. This is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow Kim to doing something for somebody. This virtue signal will Nike did this believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's a good player. He's doing fourteen points per game by ten rebounds per game in recent years. And he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized air to go. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. Here's a warrant issued for his arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting you might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have? A shoe sponsorship. You know who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching him. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give them a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell so to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be. So how about if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break him. Not to boycott him. Anything like that? But the point out there utter cowardice, see the left to the all over this. I'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so called government shutdown. It's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could have done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment. And he knows he's not gonna pay tax unless it's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program taught Herman filling in Matthew, Richard Herman. Thanks for having me on sorry that you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure wanna show up sometimes. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of an host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked Romney's a household baby Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family, and what he says batches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints in politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the state for an industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even soared eighty slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda in the future. And he's gonna do it the name of his moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues, we'll make everything. Well, what is his position because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I want to hear it from Massachusetts through. Now, what is the through line a knit rom the I contend it's this I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line in it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that do you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney expansion on the welfare state. Very generous. And that's why I think that he was seriously one so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is that it's almost like he's not even living in the same world as the rest of us because it's almost like the political battlefront right now. You know? And and he can't choose a fight. He's got to try to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. I mean, exactly he goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if you can eat trashes Trump the day before even elected how can you couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise exactly this is triangulation exactly right in. I think that one thing and thank you for the call, by the way, vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. That's a great phone. Call one of the things for which the president deserves. Eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like good, bad, ugly alike. You don't like you get Trump. You get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that vet president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President, which is largely dealmaking president. But all that comes back to this. Due to be independent of the young people say, dude. No, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private you ever Brock Obama who we understand who still bitter about living in the White House in private you have different person in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well. But also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago. People said, no, no, no, no, you overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of civil war. I prayed did it ends. I prayed peacefully I pray that we wrap this up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you're going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with their finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt, our interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services to illegal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps two that taught Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the network. You're listening to the network. Today. We're talking to Jim ensue from Rockwall Texas about how they were able to rid their financial obligation of a time, share condo. But they no longer wanted. Also, Karen Holloway's here who with her husband, Brian.

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News Radio WGOW

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"vernal utah" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"For Rush Limbaugh. Ombu EIB network. Hope you'll trust tell you sit incredible honor to be able to do this. Russia's meant so much to me an. It was kind enough to record something forbid of an anniversary show we did out here, and he made fun of me for kissing up. He said, I'm the most effective kiss up in the business. I say that because they know we means something to you as well. And it's been beyond this to radio thing. He was the guy who's a self confidence and refusal to settle really drove me through my career outside of radio as well. So it's an honor to be here. You know, the Colin Kaepernick Taylor Brady knows a call net capital tail. You know that Nike said, let's put her finger up in the in the in the wind here and see if we can make some money by getting behind Colin Kaepernick, and creating this thing believe in something that means sacrificing everything this is a continuance of tax free speech might theory, the left taxes, conservative speech. The right doesn't know how to tax liberal speech now to be Frank and fair. I don't particularly want to tax their speech. But I'm also well aware of the culture war were in in. Other forms of war. If you are someone who in a public school setting Santa school setting a town meeting, you said something I'm a little bit concerned that we're teaching our kids that there's no difference between men and women, and that a boy can be a girl you're gonna pay cost and your kids may pay a cost because it's going to be taxed in boos. It's going to be taxed and other forms. If you're to say things like I wonder are we going to teach the other side of the debate about climate and weather you face an instant emotional tax because people ill informed about that will say that sites is proven, and then you pay further taxes, if you do this in a workplace, you pay a tax Nike knew that with Colin Kaepernick, there would be no tax to pay right? Because they did the demographic studies. And in fact, they made some more money and their sneakers, but the couched this in another thing that is tax free and that is virtue signaling what are the many lies? It's being taught our kids is that. Signaling virtue really really really signal that I mean, not just kind of signaling. I mean, super signaling. I mean, I'm signaling by virtue so hard. I may sprain a tongue. I'm signaling it so hard. That this is somehow akin to fighting for something or somehow Kim to doing something for somebody. This virtue, signaling will Nike did this believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything they said about Colin Kaepernick, who sacrificed nothing he was paid more money than he would have been prior to the Nike deal. I want to thank John Hinderaker at power line blog for pointing this out to me. A NBA player name of NS cancer. He's good player. He's doing fourteen points per game by ten route rebounds per game in recent years, and he is a native of Turkey. He doesn't like the president of Turkey. So he criticized Arrigo. Here's what's cost him. Here's the taxis. Pay for criticizing that, man. He hasn't a warrant issued for his arrest. He's been sentenced to four years in prison. He had to flee Indonesia who was teaching a basketball camp during the off season in the Turkish governments contacted the Indonesian officials there, and we're suggesting they might want to arrest him. His Turkish passport has been revoked. So he's now a guy without a country. His father's been fired from his job as a university. Professor in Turkey. In these are real life consequences. You know, what he doesn't have a shoe sponsorship? You know who won't touch him Nike. He said I talked to Nike, and they said we want to give us a contract were watching him. But if we give us a contract, they'll shut down every store in Turkey. So we not give him a contract. He says, I'm an NBA player with no shoe deal. No endorsement deal and I play in New York. Huge media market shoes to sell so to loop back around to Nike statements believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything except for profits. And I understand that you are a company in it for profit, and you should be so hop out if the right begins exacting a cost against like not the break. Not to boycott him anything like that. But the point out there utter cowardice, see the left would be all over this. We'll give you another example when Nancy Pelosi decided to fly to Hawaii during the so-called government shutdown. It's still shut down because I'm not feeling any of the pay. The right could've done a far better job of exacting a cost attacks on this. So Romney enters this environment in he knows he's not going to pay a tax less. It's from you. So what's the tax Romney should pay? And by the way, I'm also waiting to hear from a Romney supporter because I'd like to hear someone explain it from Romney's point of view, eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two Matthew how vernal Utah? Matthew, welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program. Taught Herman filling in high Matthew pitcher Herman thanks for having me on. Sorry that you're still waiting for Romney supporter. I'm sure one will show up sometime. Hey, hey, that you have risen to the mantle of an IB host. You're doing a wonderful job. Wow. Thank you very much. All right. So I mean, really, I think that this election. The Senate election was just completely stacked Romney's a household name in Utah. He's well known. It's a well known family. And and what he says matches with the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints in politics are opposite of the state of Utah. You know, we call ourselves the high state for industry. So I think he uses his church affiliation to get back into politics on a national level. And before he's even eighty slaps the people of Utah that elected him in the face. And I know he's going to push a progressive agenda in the future. And he's going to do it in the name of his moral clarity. And hopefully this backlash. You know that we've been flammable, Dane, hopefully, it continues we'll make decisions. What what is his position because near as I can tell it's a personality discussion. I wanna hear one thing from Romney one consistent thread throughout his governing career. I wanna hear from Massachusetts through. Now, what is the through line a net? Rom the I contend it's this I'm likable, lovable and moral. I contend that is the only through line in it doesn't communicate down into policy implementation. And I want to hear that you see any consistent honest through line in terms of policy with Mitt Romney. Yeah. He's expansion of the welfare state. Very generous. So that's why I think that he was seriously wants so big here is because of his is perceived kindness. And but the thing is that it's almost like he's not even living in the same world is the rest of us because it's almost like read a political battlefront right now, you know, and and he can't choose a side. He's got his tried to be in the middle and be loved by everybody. I mean, exactly he goes to Washington Post. She goes to CNN if Dini trashes today before he's even elected. How can we couldn't do that before the elections? Well, we know because you probably wouldn't have been elected. Otherwise, exactly this is triangulation. Exactly, right. I think that one thing and thank you for the vernal Utah, man, beautiful place. Matthew, beautiful. Can't it's nice to talk to you there. Thank you for the phone. Call matthew. It's a great phone. Call one of the things for which the president deserves eternal credit is destroying the teleprompter presidency and all like you good bad, ugly alike. You don't like you get. Trump you get Trump on Twitter. There's one sort of personality there and he plays the Twitter game. You get Trump when he goes to a rally, and there's that vet president. And he's speaking there to get people excited. There's the White House President, which is largely a dealmaking president. But all that comes back to this is due to be into. Of the young people say, dude. No, they don't he is that guy. And I know that that sounds banal, but think of this in privates. You have a Barack Obama who we understand still smokes in private have Brock Obama who we understand was still bitter about living in the White House in private you have a different person. And in the case of Mitt Romney. I think you have that different person as well that also a different time we are in a state of cold civil war. I remember when I started to say that about four years ago, people said not under your overreaching. I'm not we're in a state of cold civil war. I prayed it ends. I prayed ends peacefully. I pray that we wrap this up, and we figure out how we can do some things that are common sense like, but when you can't agree on this. Let me give you an example when you're going to pretend the media, I'm talking about here is going to pretend the discussion about the wall has something to do with money and they're willing to pretend that. Folks in twenty twenty seven. There's something happens with their finances. You know, what it is in twenty twenty seven are payments on the national debt, our interest payments overtakes what we spend on national security the military twenty twenty seven. And we're talking about five billion dollars. It will pay for itself with lesser services till legal immigrants like it's a big deal financially. It's a pretense. And I think people are sick of the pretense, and I don't think Romney maps to that. Todd Herman in for Rush Limbaugh on the EIB network. You're listening to the bean at Mark Levin.

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