A post-election conversation

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The day after the election, I joined host Doug Fabrizio, Kirk Jowers, Quin Monson, Robert Gehrke and Jim Dabakis for an hour-long discussion of the 2012 elections.

Listen in here, then let me know what you think.

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2 Responses to “A post-election conversation”

  1. Jared Says:

    Vigilance is the key to maintaining our liberty for her enemies never sleep. In Utah we have watched for decades the price of living free continue to rise. When the price of property taxes force people off their land in Herriman do they really own it? Should unemployed Utah construction workers be angry they are forced to compete with illegal alien work crews from Mexico? Should they be filling the lobby up at the State Capital because the rule of law is completely ignored and the politicians profit from this organized crime? I think the Republican party has cut its’ own throat with illegal immigration. They steal employment from Americans, work under the table, fill up our schools, fill our jails, fill our hospitals……..and eventually all wind up voting Democrat!

  2. jbtalcott Says:

    Illegal immigrants can’t vote for either Republicans or Democrats.

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