Boortz was on H&C tonight, along with Bob Beckel, Juan Williams and Karen Hanretty. Neal, as you’ve discovered so far, is not one to engage vey easily in cross-talk or interrupting arguments. Folks, he’s been doing talk radio for 36 years, so I don’t think he has to give a damn whether or not people know who he is, and he damn sure doesn’t care if he offends them! He refuses to engage in shout-fests, which infuriates most people. That’s one of the reasons why his fans, including myself, love him.
This night’s roundup was fantastic. Granted, Neal didn’t get much of an opportunity to speak, but the times he did speak were priceless and his words were worth the highest $ in value in punditry compared to the others on tonight’s show. The looks on his face are so very telling to those listeners and readers who know him, his mannerism, and his body language, that he didn’t really have to say anything. His home base is Atlanta, he’s syndicated all over the world, but still a lot of people don’t know who he is.
Does the FairTax sound familiar? Thank Neal, as well as GA Rep. John Linder.
I will try to do some transcripts tomorrow, but it’s (again) too late and I have a day job to support this passion.