Blatant Media Post -- See my analysis

If I'm nothing, I'm a shameless self-promoter.

Having said that, see me and former radio host, Kaiser King, provide our take on today's inauguration on Fox Toledo News at 10:00. My segment actually airs after 10:30.

Fred, I hope you've not registered "Blatant Media Post" as a registered trademark. I've already been successfully sued by Clear Channel once. I'd hate to go through it again.

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I'll try and stay awake, Brian. I usually head to bed around 10 and read for an hour, but if my eyelids are not too heavy, I'll tune in.


It wasn't easy because I believe in statesmanship and statesmanship dictates that Republicans let President Obama enjoy the accolades and joy that come with this day. So, some of my Republican friends might be disappointed in what I said.

I took some shots at people I thought deserved some shots, but not at our new president. Not today.

Who the heck is Kaiser KIng? And go ahead and use Blatant Media Post it only serves to burn the "brand" into people's memories.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

I was kind of ambivalent about the new President and the inauguration for a number of reasons, but the racists and extremists actually made me feel like sauntering around in an Obama sweatshirt and hollering "Yes We Can," if for no other reason than to yank their chains.

The Inauguration was awesome. We left Maryland at 7:00AM for the National Mall and it was freezing, the walk was long, there were 820,000 people using the metro, don't know how many walked, don't know how many chartered buses came but they came from all over the country. Well over a couple million people, all colors, religious affilations and ages, the rich and the homeless,
The best part was when The Bushes got in the limo for the ride out of Dodge.
Today was a great day and will go down in history for many reasons.

When you get back, maybe you could type of a more detailed, first person account. I would be interested.

Glad to see you enjoyed it. I highly recommend anyone attending an Inauguration. They are always historic and it's impressive seeing one of the few times our whole government comes together in celebration in public.

I've attended two inaugurations. Clinton's first and Bush's second. I was in NoVA yesterday but didn't attended because of the numbers of people expected (friends inside the beltway told me there was a line at the metro stops beginning at 3am).

In normal years if you contact your congressman or senator you can get a "ticket". The areas they give them to are standing only unless your a VIP. Of course this year the demand was waaay too high.


Thinking Kaiser King was the name of a German sausage, so I decided to look it up in Google. I could not find Kaiser King, but I found King Kaiser the fighting robot.

radio dj in Toledo, I think he is with/was with the MIXX 95.7. He is a young man trying to make a difference in his community.

I would love to give you a synopsis of the inauguration as seen through the eyes of the Page family.

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