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  1. RuBegonia says:

    Planning to post some audio for TAMs! Stay tuned.

  2. LJZumpano says:

    Perfect morning. I can listen to the Daily Tam briefing at 8 am, then tune into Laura’s show at 9 am & get Tammy live!. Follow that with two hours of best of Tammy in the afternoon and it’s really a TAMMY Wednesday!!!!

  3. Jeffrey says:

    Great show today! To celebrate, I’ve found that drinking wine is something I do good… so I’ll do that for Obama? I’ll be flying during the live show tomorrow but the good news is Laura streams thru-out the day via Talkstreamlive (and Iheartradio). In fact, I have your show on again- it just started in Honolulu Hawaii on KIKI! So I’m happy I’ll get my FIX! Aloha, and enjoy your nap ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. PopArt says:

    Caught the last hour live and listening to whole show now. Your mocking of the airport security “exceeding” federal requirements reminded me of another occasion when a safety measure “exceeded” requirements. Back in 1912, because the White Star Line threw on four collapsible lifeboats in addition to the 16 wooden boats that met the “safety requirements”, an additional 100 to 150 lives were saved on the one hand but on the other, 1,500 were still condemned to perish when the Titanic sank.

  5. Di.Grace says:

    Thank you RuBegonia! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. pamelarice says:

    I’m listening to the audio that RuBegonia has graciously put up for our listening pleasure. Glad to know that I was not the only one listening to that first Romney clip to get “tingles”. With a a lump in my throat and a swelling chest I have to wonder if we are just so hungry to hear these types of words come from a political leader or could we be witnessing the beginnings of someone who can become a great president (with the help and push of conservatives). Either way, it feels good.

  7. jeaneeinabottle says:

    Ryan was on Hannity’s radio show today and THEY AREN’T PREPPING HIM like they did with Palin!!

  8. FrankRemley says:

    Loved the last segment about scrabble players. Tammy’s analysis of scrabble players is 100% correct. During my childhood, I occasionally watched my grandmother and my great aunt go up against each other in scrabble. It was always a war zone when they played. You didn’t enter the room without a helmet and a bullet proof vest.

  9. geezee says:

    fun idea, tammy: newtie as press secretary!!!!! yes!!!

  10. PopArt says:

    Another great show subbing for Laura. And THANK YOU for pointing out the Left Wing origins of Nazi-ism. A recent eye opening experience I had was when good friends of mine who are conservative shared with me a copy of a film they had on the Titanic sinking.

    This was a lesser known or rarely noted fictionalized film of the Titanic sinking… mainly because it was a German produced Nazi propaganda piece from 1943. The one heroic character was a fictional German officer who was disregarded by the captain and fellow officers about the peril that awaited them.

    What was particularly eye opening was that the rhetoric expressed by the characters throughout was strongly anti-capitalist, including the requisite dissing of the JOOOOs, in this case filthy rich and crafty businessmen and Wall Street speculators. By the time the ship went under, the movie closely resembled a Stalinist propaganda piece and I had to remind myself it was made by the Nazis and not the Communists… the difference was almost indistinguishable.

  11. lawmom90 says:

    All I could think about when Tammy mentioned the unveiling of the spy blimp in New Jersey was whether it was named U.S.S. Christie. *sorry!*

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