Tuesday, July 22, 2008

The Legacy of Tony Snow, the Case for John McCain, and Why Conservatives Will Win the Battle of Ideas

In a 90-minute radio interview now available online, conservative writer and Republican strategist Michael Johns says the late Tony Snow, President George W. Bush's former Press Secretary and a former Fox News anchor, will be remembered fondly as an authentic and articulate advocate of modern conservatism, and especially for his success in communicating the vital importance of the outcome of the war in Iraq to America's global security interests.

In an interview with BlogTalkRadio's Patriot Action with Wyatt and Matt, Johns discusses Snow's positive legacy, the case for John McCain in this November's U.S. Presidential election, and how conservatives are bringing constructive solutions to the most pressing public policy challenges confronting the nation. An archived recording of the July 17, 2008 interview is now available globally at: Patriot Action with Wyatt and Matt, July 17, 2008 broadcast.

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Dennis Blackmore said...

I miss Tony Snow........one of the nicest people regardless of the situation you could ever encounter. More media people should try and emulate his respectfulness.

Dennis said...

I wish Tony Snow had been around for this election. :(

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