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American Conversation, EP 3 – Empty Chair Balloon Fail

danpatterson on September 02, 2012 23:51

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    Dan Patterson and Marc Lizoain are joined in this conversation by Gabby Pfafflin of Talk Radio News and Noah Phillips. Recorded at the Tampa Bay Times Forum directly after Mitt Romney's speech accepting the Republican Party's presidential nomination. The crew give their reactions to the whole night's speeches (Sen. Marco Rubio, Clint Eastwood, an empty chair) and break down the hardcore GOP audience's response. Dan also had a harrowing experience involving balloons on the floor of the convention which he shares to the delight of all.
    Learn more at http://americanconversation.us

    Special thanks to the Talk Radio News Service http://talkradionews.com, SumAll http://sumall.com, and Callisto.fm http://callisto.fm.

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