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01/20/2011

Audio: Caller gets the 'Schlaf'

by Jeremy Hooper

We've opined in the past about far-right radio and the way producers will abruptly cut off/lose/encounter line disruption with callers who ask them to steer off the preconceived script. Here's a particularly funny/sad example from a recent edition of Phyllis Schlafly's radio show, where the guest was Jennifer Roback Morse and the topic was same-sex marriage:


[SOURCE: Eagle Forum Radio]

"Phyllis has a __________"? We'll let you figure out the avoided answer for yourselves.

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