I listened to Jay's show entirely last night for the first time in a couple of years. He was quite good, better than when he was in Boston in his later months because I think he has more stop sets and the callers, unless they are all out of Boston, do not test him very much unless they are hard to comprehend because of a language barrier, (Texans and southerners in general) or/and, they are often drunk as well.
He was quite clear about Hamas and the Iranian threat. He has been clear with respect to Hillary's chances and the need to put conservatives on the federal benches. His style was good as he is so clear in his thought process that one can't misunderstand his position unless one is unintelligent or doesn't desire to know. One of his greatest strengths is to let a caller talk and then he examines the caller's logic or facts. He used to do that to Sedeki Kambone in Boston until he (Sedeki) would filibuster the alloted time causing Jay to not be able to affect an answer or comment. I think Sedeki was banned because it became bad radio.
To: Final Authority
I listen once in awhile. The caller you mention's name is spelled Sadiki Kambon, btw.
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