Doug Kellett @idougradio

Doug Kellett @idougradio

Doug Kellett

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I have more than 30 years of news/talk/sports hosting experience including management of stations in Nashville, Denver and Columbus(GA). I often can be heard in some of the largest markets in the US and great stations like KOA/Denver, 630 KHOW/Denver, 600 KCOL/Ft. Colllins, CO, WOAI/San Antonio, KTRH and KPRC/Houston, WLS/Chicago, KKDA/Pittsburgh, WLAC/Nashville, WBT/Charlotte, Fox News/Ft. Myers-Naples, FL, 106.3 WORD-FM/Greenville-Spartanburg, SC and many other stations.

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I think we can say that this Wednesday night is likely the last chance for John McCain to turn around this election. He has been hands off during the previous two debates and more "gentlemanly." He must be pointed in his assertions why he should be President and why we should be afraid of a President Obama. Obama's various associations with known terrorists and American haters must be made. McCain should say that the reason he is obliged to do it is because the media will not. You hear Democrats say that Obama has little association with Bill Ayers who bombed the Pentagon and Capitol. However, the first fund raiser kicking off his campaign for State Senate occured in Ayer's home. Despite the fact those bombings occurred when Obama was eight years old, he allowed this man to hold the fund raiser and served with him on an education board. Many of you keep emailing me about your frustration with McCain and pessimism about the election. I, too, when looking at the various state by state polls wonder where McCain is going to make up ground. We can only hope there is a miracle in there or this nation will take a major step toward socialism with Obama and a Democratic congress.