Thom, You have one of the best talk shows around. I watch your show on Free Speech TV as often as I can. The other day you offered to have a candidate on if he advanced beyond the primary. Would you please consider hosting Michael Weisser, Democratic candidate for Arizona's U.S House of Representative District 4 seat. He was unopposed in the primary - mainly because this district is so gerry mandered that no other Democrat is going to waste his time or money. However, I think Michael has a shot. The district is a new seat created by the controversal non-partisian redistricting committee approved by none other than Jan Brewer. In any case how would I go about getting our very able candidate on your show(s)? Hey, it should be a great show - Michael is running for the seat previously held by Trent Franks before redistricting. And his likely opponent is Paul Babeu, the strong anti-immigrant sheriff recently making news. Babeu had to admit being gay since his lover (Mexican national) was going public with their relationship. Now remember this is Arizona and yes, there is something in the drinking water! Please email me your response if at all possible. Thank you.


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