Saturday, January 8, 2011

Hear Republican Presidential Candidate Andy Martin on Denver talk radio

Andy Martin is expanding his national campaign state-by-state. As Republican Party leaders in Washington appear increasingly unwilling to confront the gaps in Obama’s personal history, and as the Republican Party’s “base” is frustrated by this reluctance on the part of Washington’s political class and media elite, national attention centers on Andy Martin as the only hard-hitting, Obamacentric Republican Party presidential primary campaign candidate.

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Hear Republican Presidential Candidate Andy Martin being interviewed on Denver talk radio

(PALM BEACH, FL)(January 8, 2011) Listen to a new extended interview by Denver talk show host Peter Boyles with Republican Presidential Candidate Andy Martin. Talk show host Peter Boyles has archived two shows with Martin, the latest on January 7th (left hand column of the Boyles Show web page) and another on December 31st (under past shows). Go to:

“Republicans are looking for a ‘fighter’ as their 2012 presidential candidate,” says Andy Martin. “How can you be seen as an Obama opponent if you are afraid to question Obama’s origins, when MSNBC’s liberal media pundit Chris Matthews admits 100 million Americans have doubts about Obama’s provenance and when even some Democrats are increasingly concerned by Obama’s bona fides?

“I think I deal with Obama’s family matters in a straight-up manner while still maintaining the dignity expected and required of a presidential candidate. Over the next week we will have more exciting news about the growth of my presidential campaign. The Republican ‘base’ is hungry for a presidential candidate who will conduct an adult conversation about the Mysterious Mr. Obama and his socialist agenda. So far I am the only one.

“Listen to Peter Boyles’ interviews (both of them are archived on the Internet) and decide for yourself if I handle matters properly. If not, please send us your identified feedback (no anonymous critics).”

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LISTEN TO ANDY’S TALK RADIO INTERVIEWS (cut and paste the entire link below and not just the underlined portion):
[See December 29th entry, for two-part podcast]

To hear Andy in Denver go to http://www.khow/, click on Peter Boyles show, go to left margin for “Past Shows” and look for January 7, 2011 and December 31,2010 Andy Martin audio (you can download) (Boyles can also be heard on EinhornPress link below)

LINKS TO THIS STORY (cut and paste the entire link below and not just the underlined portion):

Bloggers go wild over Andy’s campaign:
(These are totally independent blog postings and are not part of Andy’s official campaign; we are not responsible for the content):

From Peter Boyles Show on Frank Marshall Davis (independent blog):

ABOUT ANDY: Chicago Public Radio calls Andy Martin a “boisterous Internet activist.” Andy is the legendary New York and Chicago-based muckraker, author, Internet columnist, radio talk show host, broadcaster and media critic. He has over forty years of background in radio and television and is the dean of Illinois media and communications. He promotes his best-selling book, “Obama: The Man Behind The Mask” [] and his Internet movie "Obama: The Hawaii’ Years” []. Martin has been a leading corruption fighter in Illinois for over forty years. He is currently sponsoring See also
Andy is the Executive Editor and publisher of the “Internet Powerhouse,” He comments on regional, national and world events with more than four decades of investigative and analytical experience. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Illinois College of Law and is a former adjunct professor of law at the City University of New York (LaGuardia CC, Bronx CC).

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[NOTE: We try to correct any typographical errors in our stories; find the latest version on our blogs.]
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