Let's go -- five and a half past 8 o'clock good morning -- -- just having him being here. Angle -- advantage phone lines. One open right now to free to. 9673. In Greeneville. Spartanburg is 574967. -- and it works out today either 232 WORD. Or 574. WORD. I'm gonna give -- the text line number because it's -- -- just came back up okay fine. He probably check flight number is 71307. A myriad of things. To talk about this morning. You know this whole thing about Joseph Paterno way in and Penn State. There are several long time ago I I have an I'd I'd say it again today I do not understand. Why had a few yet is not a capital crime. I wish South Carolina would lead the way. And become the first state. To declare that that had a feeling you meet you beauty that sort of stuff to a charger. I am I mean you're gonna face. Either there's they would do in Texas for example the electric chair or you're gonna face life imprisonment and and you're never gonna get out. 'cause the one sure fire way to stop -- -- Is to either execute people order are to put them in prison for the rest of their life. So that they can get out and do it again. These things about sex offender lists and GPS ankle boy I mean that's a bunch of crap. Is just crap. Why can't that be why isn't that. A capital -- it go to the Supreme Court. You know is cruel and usual. And in the result of this Louie -- investigation saying Joseph Paterno knew about it and everybody at Penn State in the Irish knew about it. And so here comes all the lawsuits and. What about families that know about it. What about that angle. I mean you know what nine note. We've seen story after story after story. Somebody in a household knows. That they're. Their child is being abused. Sometimes it's often or sometimes it's a step -- sometimes it's so tomorrow. In years and years go by a silent sometimes it's an uncle. -- it and her relatives for a neighbor. An end and people. Don't come forward and say anything about it so we talk about the penalty for penalty what about what should the penalty be for people who know. That is going on one. And they don't say anything about -- that's really I don't call anybody if. You believe and I know you do that it says it's something that should require the death penalty what do they do about to me find out about a murder and don't turn in the murder. In Iran held as an accessory. And I would be you know guilty -- the hand of one hand evolved when we go in and you rob the place on drive to getaway car I mean. I am a firm believer. That it is even more damning but as a family members that covers than it is when it's -- stranger or the teacher school. But would you agree that's more the norm that that apple and you have -- a marginal so important point the finger Joseph Paterno now that he can't speak for himself he's dead. Ever gonna point the finger at the president -- the former president of Penn State in the coaches and -- everybody that knew this was going on -- -- for fourteen years then. We also have to examine it. Maybe it was an example in the within families within our sphere of influence what are what are. So what really should be the penalty for. Just drawn that up to anything you wanna talk about -- minus nine drastic -- talked to will in its later how well. Hello -- you are -- they're Paterno yup that anybody were to do anything like that my children -- to take -- question in my sorry -- That we don't put a value on the children's lives we try to put a value on the person meant to cry so that's that. Well really wanna call that was a third party. And I agree with you outside are upset -- that I might do. If you vote for the lesser true evils you're boating or evil if you truly believed in what Romney believes in great boat or. British you're just like well you know he did this but I doubt it that but. I'd you know putting or. The constitution party is hurting Obama it's not -- -- -- the constitution our last our -- all. And I believe in what the constitutional party believes in and I don't believe they both went to Obama I believe though Richard chuck all. And I can sleep and rest at night knowing I didn't go any one of those two guys could be one poster guys brought nation out -- Well is it that that to think about it is that the cola drinkers will never admit. 'cause they always robbery got the text messages morning gold Ross Perot what do we learn from Ross brokers because most people say well okay. And they don't really think that through what they never asked will is. Why it was Ross Perot even necessary. What what what would have led Ross -- to get the percentage of votes that he did. And it's the same thing it's been consistently the same thing. It's a party that claims to be conservative that's clearly not. It's a party that nominates moderates and need I go for all of them for you. From pro bush is to -- to Bob Dole to John McCain the bottom line is. All you have to do all you Republicans that are so concerned about us. Independents and conservatives. All you have to do is nominate a real conservative optical and even for the baby but you might get a few votes you know are gonna get a -- Drudge is right in this report is right. You're gonna get him by dominating people like Condoleezza Rice when people start looking into -- record. But -- -- -- all you have to do isn't isn't nominate a genuine bona -- Dyed in the wool conservative. And in and you get our vote but if if you continue to try to fool us. And an almost sure loss. In devoting our conscience if you'll never get our vote. Well is they want their most Republicans I don't consider -- so. They want change and yet here they want to change but they don't want the pain they make goes through that change. The -- well I question I don't think they really want the change. There's a good game they talk oh well we take Boehner after the 22 in elections that would have happened without the Tea Party. Now we're gonna have a hundred billion dollars in -- gonna stop this. And even after he caved he was still arguing that their were content to look at the debt clock just spin in like a failed on a hot day. I mean it's so people I I I just don't get these PO I I don't understand how many times do you wanna look like a full how many times you wanna be duped. Because after all this is about you you're getting duped and meanwhile the country's going down the tank. Because we don't have fiscal conservatism. And quite frankly more more we who don't have anything remotely resuming the social conservatism. So later conservative trying to -- with the Dole's in the McCain's and the bushes on the Romney's of the world and everybody -- they have big -- door. There -- Democrat -- Well exactly. Is it thank you appreciate the call one more here Cortland I'm Matt you're next time Matt thank you for waiting. -- -- That's not -- can represent the line. Numbers again -- advantage talk like numbers -- 2329673. Spartanburg is 574. 9673. So that's 232 WORG. 4574. WORG. We talked a little bit about this yesterday and when we didn't talk about one single political -- There and everybody agreed that people are pretty much tired of this'll. And the campaigns. Are realizing it's. Folks there's many -- emailed and sent me text message yesterday there's not a lot of excitement about this year's election. There's not a lot of excitement about the candidates. And in what what do you call bad Peggy Noonan at the Wall Street Journal found a word to quite frankly I'd never hurt. The word is all wean -- week. We now week. We know -- -- we knew we Ali that we. French were now I'm I'm not content with what it means is. Boredom. Here's the definition of feeling of order we Arenas and discontent. Resulting from -- tidy or lack of interest IE boredom. The English lecture produced an unbearable. A wheeled -- we. I can say it but we own weekend but we all week. The forensic -- only. Their wishes for a piece. At the Wall Street Journal it we know we the people Americas and crisis why the presidential campaign. Is so lifeless. As -- goes in the whole thing 2012 presidential election is than usual. It is a crisis election like 1932 or 1980. What the American people knowing where -- turning point and knowing -- who we pick now really matters but crisis elections. Tend to bring drama a broad sense of excitement and passion weird not seeing that this year. We're not seeing passionate proclamations. From supporters of one candidate or the other. That their guy is just right for the moment they're guys the answer. I mean none in -- Has a couple of quotes you know the headline back in the day 1930 FDR we'll save the day or 1980 Reagan will turn it around. Obama supporter she writes don't talk like that or think it neither do most of Romney's. It's also subdued. So why is this what she says why what is behind the general lack of passion. And shares but they -- First people know that what America needs right now is the leadership. The leadership of -- kind of political genius. Second they know that neither of the candidates is. A political genius. That's why it seems so flat when you talk to voters or political professionals. It's as if the key job opened up just when the company might go wonder. A new CEO would make all the difference but none of the applicants lead the members of the board saying this guy is the answer to our prayers. In the end they'll make a decision and it will be a prudent tentative one this one seems a bit better than that one. Why do people think we need a kind of political genius because they know exactly how deeper problems are and exactly how divided our nation is. We need a president who knows and understands politics because he knows and understands people. And can galvanize them. We need someone that when he speaks we listen in part because we believe he'll give it to a straight. And India and because we believe he's got some common sense. In part she writes because something in his optimism -- right into your latent. Hopelessness. And in part because he's directing doesn't hide his meeting in all -- station abstractions cliches and did words. Think of what we face domestically. Every vote in the country knows we have to get hold of spending and begin to turn it around at the same time. We have to get ahold of the tax system. Remake that so at the very least we can remove the sense of agitating grievance that marks our daily economical life. But she goes on to make the point the wall street journal editorial that didn't neither one of these guys. And then there's another piece of that Fox News I'll try to get to by Liz peek. And she puts it this way. It's Romney's stilted speech vs Obama's tone -- message so that's where we are. This really is the season of our discontent. -- -- -- -- -- Your return has done speaking ESPN -- his father never said don't investigate. Former athletic directors. -- -- -- Think he did when he was supposed to do and there was never any intent to conceal anything. Board of trustees chair Karen. 61 years of excellent service that you gave to the university. Is now Smart. The damning report naming top Penn State officials including Curley and Paterno. Saying they failed for fourteen years to take any steps to protect the children sandusky victimized. -- -- Fox News radio. A one texture has suggested that Penn State from the state forward should be known. As had a file state university Floyd is in Greer high Floyd. -- -- -- -- -- Can view it looks like that. He would not at a -- no -- profiles real soon homosexual. What was published homosexual which are -- traveled to your experience that when they were Theres also a local somebody. Got a whole album. Act like big news available there's more chance brokerage trust apple also sold it little by -- for most of them playing so local. The ones that. A large number of zip -- that. -- controller double edged strange. And also in those cute story. They -- an opposing -- had a well there's two year old champ. Lola recorded bidders for real resolve or -- and so a short while period. And these women work out great student great job on the track and -- just try to present but he was those characters. Stopwatch. Cochran -- the first Spanish call -- cultural what people like. That might welcome back we elect able give inaudible constitution for themselves over the bar. Bridge with a -- with a warmer -- put up the gentlewoman. It's -- best for the trial would put up also or share and it would you not fortunate to. -- -- Now -- -- and Metafiles you'll admit that there is no sure -- for pedophilia except for permanent imprisonment spent in a really dark evil place or. Or execution and it was just amazing thing and people. We sit here and we watch those of us who have lived a few years. We we see the country totally different and so many issues. And there's still some who called it progress. It's still some who called it progress and will go out and court the vote. Some of of the per virtual created that we read about taxes just -- evil is called go to dinner and evil and now Wright is wrong and a party Tony -- At age 35 on this Friday morning glad you're with the -- news radio WORD. 106 point three FM. Singles advantage talk lines are jammed. So -- someone moves on you can get the aligning Greek village 232. 9673. In Spartanburg it's 5749673. Lane is next on a cell phone -- -- No you're playing your lane I'm -- go ahead. To mesa. -- -- Outside that. The worst thing going on in this country of their children may and have these murder rate whatever. Have you heard the AL ULD doll. Tell you old. Well. A friend of his not a lot of yet that is how lot of no I am I am. She was dead kid but it matinee that we've gotten a deeply into that yet. Because this is the worst thing going on in this country -- let this thing go ahead and as a child. And when they're -- Tormented and tortured. Raped murdered. It's time for somebody. To stand their forms because they have the negative one the kind of -- and no less than in the com desk so that churches. And I appreciate you late -- -- the -- annual radio station thank you for have a backbone to connect. Earlier in the world -- kind of have a sweetheart yeah there is AM. There's a basic Tenet relates. I've -- this coming long time ago and people have criticized me because I. I called a critical mass but there's a piece today. That foxnews.com. America's coming civil war. And and that these starts with a quote a house divided against itself cannot stand a blink and -- have said that an 1858. To describe a country that was to -- towards civil war. And it Arthur Herman writes now where a house divided again. And another civil wars coming. With the 2012 election as it's -- super. Call it America's coming civil war between the makers and the takers and and it goes on to talk about it from a fiscal standpoint. But but I liked it I think it's I think it's about a whole lot more than money is -- just say. Because you can you can only push people so far. And then than they are going to react in. You know you can call me an alarmist fear monger but but -- but didn't tell me give me an alternative vision. -- -- -- -- Mean the Bible. Clearly did pretty well laid -- never read revelation. You know it's it's not exactly a pretty -- But folks it now -- before you you you have to. You have to be able to read. A little bit. I -- Condoleezza rice's name is being floated. Out there. Is perhaps at the top of the list for Mitt Romney's -- Then anybody that pays attention knows okay she's a former sector state under bush that's fine. And -- course glaring that everybody she's a black woman. And so there will be people dare I say -- yes I will be -- who will feel compelled to vote for Condoleezza Rice the righteous cause she's black just like people voted for Barack Obama. Because they thought he was Stephen Morgan Freeman by the way is now saying that Obama's not black. The confusing -- Willie Willie Smith can come out. -- white mother and a black father is wars we know but a bit Condoleezza Rice once described herself this this earnings being floated with McCain the last time. And she was -- -- and I'm quoting from from that these are quotes from her. She said she was mildly. Pro choice. Well then that's not pro choice. It at -- are far or you are is that kind of like being a little bit bright and kinda yeah. And and then when you look at her stance on. Homosexuality lesbianism. And even some of this other perversion. And you expect real. Bible believing conservatives to have a positive reaction to that we'll get to that coming got a big 39 are -- -- -- finish up this -- Because Drudge Report. Big story this morning Condoleezza Rice is at the top of the list when it comes through Romney's. He's going to pick for his vice presidential nominee. Janet Folger wrote a piece back in I guess it was a way to because if you remember Condoleezza Rice. Was also being floated as a name for John McCain's veep choice. Into Janet Folger. Is the one who wrote about her describing herself as mildly pro choice. And also in the article she pointed out that a guiding Austin Roos who was president of the Catholic family and human rights institute. Wrote -- filed a protest. Against rice when she was you know sector state State Department December 282006. Sent a letter protest in the US boat to get free radical homosexual groups official UN status. Among those groups who were granted the Ngo or nongovernmental organization. UN status. Was a group called the Danish national association for gays and lesbians. They support homosexual marriage forced a homosexual adoption and laws that would force churches to bless homosexual unions. Under Condoleezza rice's direction rooster of Folger wrote. The US also voted to recognize you know are gonna like this the international lesbian and gay federation. Which was directly linked to an -- The North American man boy love association. And if you remember what they're all about they think there's nothing wrong. With. The homosexual had a feeling. -- amendment to. The North American man boy love association. So Condoleezza Rice describes him as mildly pro choice I guess by about it BP it can you be mild about pedophilia. Our child molesters. -- on October 10 2006 Condoleezza Rice administered the oath of office for the global aids coordinator. Homosexual activists mark die evil. Wild die -- domestic partner held the Bible. I guess they didn't read. Double overseas. Or did oversee fifteen billion dollars of our tax dollars. So think of what you can do with whatever agenda you've follow if you had fifteen billion taxpayer dollars. Rice then introduced First Lady Laura Bush to doubles domestic partners mother. Calling her his mother removal. You think that's this Folger rights mildly at odds with the federal defense of marriage act which vehicle Clinton's tough act. So Folger road seems rice is so anxious to recognize homosexual marriages that she can't even wait for her radical homosexual UN efforts. To take effect. Maybe she'd do better and Obama headquarters. So Janet Folger wrote about it back in no way the. -- we are again. And if you dare mention that you're not gonna support what the ticket's going to be for the Republicans. Then you're just a radical idiots are in jail. Is on a cell phone -- thank you for way. Good morning. I was calling about a word you were trying to pronouncement previously have Pollack. -- -- called and you've got and a little bit better but it brought immediately backed vocabulary classes English. Has turned away back in the fifties. Wendy's found it I knew immediately what it was and that we worked hard to pronounce sit on in week. The French pronunciation and it means boredom. Hi yeah I read the definition in -- and -- and Peggy Noonan uses has described this year's presidential campaign. It's a very good word on leave that. Their full on those kind of wondering if they actually do Kandahar Province embellished Nigerian mission featured. Area I I've I've got actually majored in English in college but I'm glad I'm not infringe on not on a lot of I'm on different scale. -- sent to say I guess -- nonsense. Where Spanish was pretty much a waste to part thank you -- 849. It's 563. Minutes away from next in real time traffic and weather updates quickly back to the phones trolls. Is in Spartanburg hi Charles. We mortar and you don't. You -- Well no cold and -- All of that she was talking about the pro choice she was mildly pro choice. Right she described herself as mildly. Pro choice. Okay well willow 01 source laureate. And and then she went on to say that she had. Didn't spend a lot of time basically in her life worrying about such issues. But what else -- circuit well won't hold up well -- a mild approach what does develop and you're out there actual. You know you are you recorder you -- -- -- just due out. Talked earlier -- you don't believe that there are people who were bisexual. Or what about transgender. You know -- We're you're not you like. No one no real developed by outlook is due to talk about that the children's list and and I was. Retired military. And traveled the world that's one thing that you don't see. And a lot of countries around the shortest. Other countries don't do this what we do this this child molest I don't know why are they do a lot of other. I have dying it's great you don't you don't pick up on a whole lot of child molesting and the cellophane and so long and Egypt you don't you don't sleep battled a lot. Of free and in 1980 sued. That was arrested. In the Philippines. For the rape -- 21 year old Burrell all one -- 21 year old young Mormon or in the military. Yet that a jail. It's October didn't sleep at thirty years senate -- -- just. It was just follower than a military. I'll try orders for trips from the Philippines we got thirty years. Although rate of 41 -- warm and get out at the end of this year. And easily a year ago up to date and the last five or six year old boy. Think it's six months brokerage and I ankle bracelet. What does that tell you about where this country he is right now. Well right now word comes from self respect and our eight. You know the people who are an hour late 40s56. -- -- -- they were different but nowadays it is just. How are you. Don't open I'm wondering why there -- other countries do not have this from a label family oriented thing. It's it's because that day now some would argue the progressives and the liberals in the rhinos would argue that. That they're just. They'll like -- people the other -- -- they they haven't figured out they haven't been enlightened. That did you see -- that that of what I see is I see a country that is -- and down the highway to hell. That the air and I see a country that no longer has eight either principles of the courage of the of their convictions so anxious or 859.