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Our favorite message on today's chump line was an imitation of Congressman Barney Frank saying that Bank Of America is looking good moving forward.
The stepfather of a Milford man who was dragged to death — allegedly by a drunken driving Ecuadoran illegal alien with an arrest record — wants Gov. Deval Patrick to know he doesn’t consider the get-tough policy pushed by Massachusetts sheriffs a “publicity stunt,” while information emerged late yesterday that a Brazilian arrested Monday in a Marshfield stabbing murder was previously picked up by local police who never notified immigration authorities. Howie was offended by the Governor calling concern ober illegal aliens a publicity stunt.
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Our favorite Chump Line message today was a call to all bad drivers with bad records to join up with the MBTA after the Boston Herald came out with an expose on the horrific drivers currently employed there.
Massachusetts Congressional candidate Bill Hudak joined us to talk about taxes, health care and the fact that his opponent Congressman John Tierney's wife pled guilty today to tax evasion and money laundering.
Messages left for Howie and Sandy about today's stories include Howie stealing VB's lobster roll at the Chowder fest and John Kerry wondering if the electorate is stupid.
Call in for THE CHUMPLINE!!!! Call 617-779-3469 and leave a message for Howie or Sandy about today's stories or whatever else is bothering you.
President Obama, speaking Monday at a town hall on CNBC, had a specific audience in mind -- Wall Street, big business and investors. Monday's town hall meeting started off on a sour note when the first questioner from the audience, a woman who said she voted for him, said she is "deeply disappointed with where I am now." Are you disappointed?