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The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday September 17 2013
The Ray Lytle Show Tuesday September 17 2013

After news that Bill Daley has pulled out of the race, Ray talks Governor election with the SJRs Bernie Schoenburg. Kirk Farah pulls out the reporters notebook and discusses what he found out about Neil Williamson’s interest in being Mayor. Should the city settle the Christian lawsuit or not? That is a question Ray poses to Aldermen Frank Edwards and Sam Cahnman. School board audio makes Ray laugh. The real victim in the Jesse Jackson Jr case is the arts dealer who cant find anyone to buy his junk and Ray wonders why in America you can hear voices that talk you into doing bad things and still be able to buy a gun

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