Feb 26, 2016

The Bill Press Show Talks the Ugly Side of Politics

English: Sarah Palin at the Time 100 Gala in M...
English: Sarah Palin at the Time 100 Gala in Manhattan on May 4, 2010 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Radio listeners, can't resist chatting about the Bill Press Radio Show with guest host Betsy Woodruff talking about the very ugly side of politics.

In Missouri a very sensitive man ultimately took his own life after suffering very ugly ads depicting Jewish folks in an unflattering tone, auditor Tom Schweich.

The ads were run by a known entity who trades in smear campaigns often feared by politicians.

Betsy said this man may have been way too sensitive for politics but if someone has the desire to make things better for our country or their particular cause and is interested in getting into the political conversation of the country, why not, interest is always a good thing.

This brings to mind the unfortunate incident regarding Sarah Palin and Bill Maher.

Anyone would know the views of Sarah Palin and The Ronnie Republic are on opposite sides of the fence, nevertheless, one can also admire women getting into politics.  One can value a lady taking a stand, willing to voice their views on a public stage, willing to suffer the ridicule.

After the comments of Bill Maher about Sarah Palin the ronnie re said who would want to ever get into the public political arena when a comedian the likes of Mr. Maher, someone with extreme talent, would use words against Ms. Palin that were of a cruel nature--words that only served to promote the career of bill maher.

bill maher is ultra talented--in that group of very few comedians who stay at the top tiers of fame over time.  bill maher has enjoyed fame, fortune and notiriety over decades.

Comedian maher used his words as a sword against Sarah Palin--there was no comeback.  What was she suppose to say to refute his statements.

Admire Sarah Palin for participating in politics.

Detest Bill Maher for mercilessly using his words and talent as a weapon for self promotion.

Thanks, Betsy Woodruff and Bill Press for telling us about the political scene.

Rest in peace, Tom Schweich, and thank you for caring enough about the welfare of the human race to give your time to politics.

here is a link to the show:


here is a link to Betsy Woodruff in the daily beast:


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