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There's a prominent Libertarian radio talk show host in the Boston Area that is a firm supporter of the war. He doesn't like Bush in general, and neither do I.

Who? Is it Howie Carr? I don't know much about his actual politics other than a few scraps I've heard and liked.


David Brudnoy is an LP member who has the highest-rated talk show of his time slot (last I heard it was highest-rated for all time slots) from 7-10pm on WBZ 1030 AM in Boston. WBZ is clear channel, but at that time, I doubt you could get reception in Georgia.

I've been listening to his show for 12 years now. He's the most intelligent and thoughtful person on the radio in the U.S. that I've ever heard. About half of his topics have nothing to do with politics, but are about science/history/sociology etc. He's a professor at Boston University.

He wrote an autobiography several years back titled _Life_Is_Not_A_Rehearsal_.

He actually got both speaker Finneran (Democrat) and Governor Romney (Republican) on air to agree that he will get to serve out Kerry's term if Kerry wins the presidency, in exchange for the promise that he wouldn't run again. But I guess they've renegged on the deal (it was all tounge-in-cheek of course) and there's going to be a special election right away in that case...

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