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Re: Howie Carr

I would agree a bit with that, Jerry Williams was very hard on Dukakis and not
always rightfully so. 

And as much as Howie Carr loved to rail about the "Dukakoid" hacks on the
payroll (and noting that Williams MADE Carr's career by allowing him to be on
every Tuesday, with almost no thanks returned by Carr, the ungrateful BASS-
TURD!), those same hacks stayed on with Weldo/Celluch and then, they even
hired more of their own!

But you have to admire this: On one long conversation Jerry and I had on his
show sometime after Bill Clinton had been in office a year or so, I said to
him; "Now, c'mon Jerry, admit that Dukakis would have been a better President
than this guy." And he said "You're right, Dukakis would have been better

In a message dated 6/8/98 12:27:21 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
lawyer@world.std.com writes:

<< On Sun, 7 Jun 1998, Steve & Barb Sawyer wrote:
 > It was due, I feel, primarilly to Gene Burns &
 > Jerry Williams that the real truth about Mike Dukakis bankrupting this
 > state and abandoning it during his 1988 bid for President got out and
 > Bill Weld was elected in 1990.   
 I thought that was talk radio at its worst.  But that's probably because I
 thought it was lies, not real truth, about Mike Dukakis that got
 propagated at that time.