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Michael Savage addresses the similarities between present day America under Hussein Obama and Germany under Hitler. He asks where those with knowledge of what is going on are, and why are they not speaking out.

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Mitt Romney's company Bain Capital is a primary owner of Clear Channel and Premiere Radio Networks that feature conservative radio shows (Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Michael Savage, etc.). [Is it any wonder that these hosts were Romney cheerleaders and trounced Ron Paul? Premiere Radio Networks was caught using paid actors to call into shows, posing as listeners, to set the topics to be discussed and the tone of audience sentiment.]

Michael Savage Calls For Criminal Trial Of Obama By The People - Congress Won't Act But We Can And Must

Michael Savage clearly sees what Obama is up to with his military age Syria male importation project. He's creating an army loyal to him, a foreign fighting

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Obama and Boehner both enter upcoming domestic debates with a weakened hand

Obama and Boehner both enter upcoming domestic debates with a weakened hand - The Washington Post

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