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Sex and Conservatism / Discussion #895622

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 29, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The 10th anniversary of the impotence drug Viagra noted; TV ads shown, including one featuring former Senator Bob Dole. Live in-studio discussion held with radio host Neal Boortz†, Think Atlanta senior fellow John Sugg†, and “The Right Side” host Shelley Wynter† about conservative attitudes toward sex vs. the onslaught of TV commercials for erectile dysfunction drugs and other personal products and whether it is hypocritical for Republicans to accept contributions from companies that make these products; statistics on drug company campaign contributions cited. [BOORTZ, SUGG, WYNTER – joke; offer views.]
Sanchez, Rick

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