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October 20-24 2008 Radio Guest Highlights for the Week

Guest: Bob Barr Topic: Thom asks "why should republicans pick Bob instead of John McCain?"
Guest: Carrie Lukas Topic: Thom and Carrie spar over tax increases for joe and jane "the plumber"
Guest: Al Franken Topic: "Taking Our Country Back"

Guest: Conservative attorney/author Tara Ross Topic: "Is the electoral college obsolete?"
Guest: "The Postman" Topic: Thom talks to the Postman about why sometimes it's better to walk away from a foreclosure

Guest: Frank Gaffney Topic: Character about the characters in John McCain's past?
Terry Jeffrey Topic: The issues of the day through the lens of both conservative and liberal
Guest: "Everything you Know is Wrong" Holly Hughes Topic: "500 Places to See Before They Disappear"

Guest: Secretary of State Madeleine Albright Topic: Thom talks to the former SOS about the election, America's standing abroad and what the next President has to do to help us heal from the past 8 years
Guest: Christy Harvey Topic: News under the Radar

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