Saturday, September 1, 2012

The rundown for September 1, 2012

Join Rick Bulow and Tricia Baber as they talk about the week in news. This week was the Republican Convention, and Mitt Romney is the official Republican nominee. What will this mean for the general election? Also, what does the future hold for a good many of the speakers from the Convention? Hurricane Isaac also made landfall in Louisiana after skirting the Keys and also Southwest Florida. Who toured the damage first? All this plus your calls.

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The Incredible Shrinking Man

I will start this editorial out by playing another wonderful video by Bill Whittle:

We are definitely seeing Obama as the Incredible Shrinking Man, and Romney as the one on the rise. We had seen it with this recent Republican Convention as well as Romney visiting the storm-ravaged area of Louisiana, both of which I will get to during the show. These last 66 days until the election are bound to be one of the most exciting, most intense, most intriguing time we are in. This is a make it or break it time in that if Obama is re-elected, then America as we know it will cease to exist.