Gillespie on Radio in a Little Bit (3:10PMish)

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Get ready for the perplexing prognostications of the militant moderate…

I'll be doing my Monday radio bit on Radio America's Battle Line with Alan Nathan, along with other guests Tony "Wash Times" Blankley, Kathy "SF Examiner" Antrim, and/or Grover "Americans for Tax Reform" Norquist starting around 3:10PM ET. Listen online here.

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  1. The inherent ebb and flow of otherwise immovable paradigms touches on a plethora of broad-based aversions to which the following terms represent a disproportionately massive percentage of a smaller percentage of outlays not only with regard to an absolutely egregious presumption of unmentionables (and I think you all know what I’m referring to) without which unnamed parties would be left holding the bag through which any predetermined hierarchy of goods would be expected to be not only presently but at some future point in time enumerated, but also with regard to a tremendously cerebrally dextrous position that is phenomenally frangible, particularly in the context of a whole chorus of zealots weighing in with regard to your sense of what still is a very small percentage of the totality. What’s your sense of that?

  2. Alan,

    I’ve learned not to listen to anyone with two first names. What’s your sense of that?

  3. I stopped reading at plethora.

  4. He lost me when he said that immovable paradigms would be ebbing and flowing.

  5. Well, he’s a moderate, isn’t he? Doesn’t that mean his ideas don’t actually have to make sense if you look closely at them (or at all)? 🙂

  6. Well, he’s a moderate, isn’t he? Doesn’t that mean his ideas don’t actually have to make sense if you look closely at them (or at all)? 🙂

  7. Alan,
    You think your so smart with all that language. Your such a loser

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