Democrat Leticia Perez returned for another rapid-fire session of questions from Bill Manders. Bill questioned why Perez is so vicious on her attacks on Republican Andy Vidak about creating 2,000 jobs and his voting record. Perez (who misstated 20,000 jobs when accusing Vidak during a prior debate) still doubts Vidak was such a big boon to the economy.
Perez also chastised Vidak for missing at least five votes. However, she admitted to Bill that she did not vote in the 2000 presidential election.
She also claims she would resign if she voted for tax increases. As far as water storage, she supports building above-ground storage. She thinks the fate of the delta smelt should be less of a priority.
We spoke with Fox News Radio's Kimberly Adams, who is stationed in Cairo. Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has been ousted by the military and the constitution suspended. Adams says millions of people are on the ground in both protest and celebration. There is still a question about what will happen with all the military and financial aid the Obama administration gave to Morsi. Also, Obama may not be a popular guy on both sides of the Morsi issue. Adams also reported that scores of women have been sexually assaulted in the frenzy.
New information about Mitt Romney shows that his heart may not have been in the 2012 presidential race. According to the Deseret News, his family voted against his running for the highest office in the land. It did seem he ran his campaign half-heartedly.
Comedian, author and conservative Evan Sayet joined the show. He was glad to point out that his Heritage Foundation lecture is one of the most viewed for that organization. We talked about his new book, "The Kindergarden of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks." He will also be a keynote speaker at the July 4th event the Coarsegold July 4th event.
We talked about the liberal mindset and how they came to their birdbrain conclusions. The modern liberal is diametrically opposed to the truth.
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