Sunday, October 14, 2007

FDH Lounge Show #18: October 14, 2007

By Rick Morris

The 18th edition of THE FDH LOUNGE on (8-11 PM EDT) will feature its trademark eclectic blend of content.

In Hour One, we get caught up on the presidential race, now entering the homestretch of pre-primary and pre-caucus campaigning. On the Democratic side, is Hillary a lock? If so, who might her running mate be? With Lounge Dignitary Burrell Jackson having proclaimed himself a Barack Obama supporter, we'll ask him what the senator's tack should be in terms of taking down the former First Lady. In the Republican bracket, Lounge darling Fred Thompson has entered the race and participated in his first debate. How has the race changed? And what's up with the Rudy-and-Mitt attempts to wean this down to a mano-a-mano contest? With Romney's Mormonism coming closer to taking center stage, is religion a legitimate reason to vote against a candidate?

In Hour Two, once we make it through the presidential politics, we'll check out Israel's bombing of the Syrian nuclear facilities and what it bodes for stopping the spread of nuclear arms worldwide. And in the aftermath of the Flava Flav roast at summer's end, we'll address a question sure to divide the Dignitaries -- Flav: minstrel clown or great entertainer?

In Hour Three, we review the baseball playoffs to date and look ahead to the bombshells that are reported to emerge from the Mitchell Report regarding substance abusers. We wrap up with The FDH Lounge Pigskin report reviewing an interesting weekend of NFL and college action including the massive choke-job of #1 LSU at Kentucky. Join us for all the fun Sunday night for The Great American Radio Show on Internet TV!

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