I’m embarrassed that this man represents my state. That is all.
I'm admitting I listen aren't I?
Thom reminds us from time to time that to repeat the same thing over and over to no result, we begin to question the sanity of the actor. But, Thom always says , wait for it..."BUT!!!!", he keeps urging you buy his books, which he's convinced himself somehow that he should feel good about the money he's made off them. Every deluded fool who calls up and always says "I love your show, Thom, I just can't say enough, and could I buy a book and make a donation?"
From Oil Change International:
In April, over 1 million comments were submitted by the public expressing concern that the State Department's analysis of the Keystone XL pipeline was fundamentally flawed. With so many people speaking out expressing concerns, one has to ask, how was such a problematic report written in the first place?
Max Blumenthal does some research and finds the growth of an industry--
Regarding the so-called conservative caller today who pointed to his observation of a lack of "abject poverty" in the US as evidence that we don't need any government spending was actually an opportunity to highlight the fact that our system works.
The inherent suggestion behind the caller's comment is that there is no need for action unless there is poverty.
I am a regular listener of the show, though I haven't posted lately. Today, Wednesday, I heard Thom talking to a caller about the Tea Party bent on creating a power vacuum by weakening our government. While listening to Thom I have learned a lot of history and read up on more.
Thom, lets compare 11 point economic recovery plans, guess which one will work, which is just wishful thinking
This is actually a business charter (generallized)
1. you must be happy to work this job
2. you must want to help people
if these two elements are not present you're doomed to failure
3. You want to do things never before dreamed of.
4. You begin to realize the spinoff possibilities of what you're doing (put people to work)