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Radio's Bruce St. James: hip-hop GOP?

"I'm at a crossroads, and I'll have to make some tough decisions soon," St. James told me. "I'm not ready to make that decision today. I love both of [the jobs]; the sale disappoints me from a selfish point of view."

After consideration, it disappoints me as well. St. James' divergent positions represent one of those only-in-the-'Nix singularities that make this desert metropolis such a stimulatingly weird place to live. I came away from the bull session feeling like New York Democratic Senator Charlie Rangel after a round with Sean Hannity -- the cracker's just plain wrong, but I'm not bummed he's around. Hell, if I had my way, I would put Bruce St. James Has Issues on Power 92 in the afternoon, and stick the Nuts on KTAR for a few hours each day, and broaden everyone's perspectives.

Bruce St. James: "I believe in what I believe in, and I 
believe I'm right."
Peter Scanlon
Bruce St. James: "I believe in what I believe in, and I believe I'm right."
Bruce St. James doesn't mind if Eminem wants to make fun of Dubya.
Peter Scanlon
Bruce St. James doesn't mind if Eminem wants to make fun of Dubya.

E-mail brendan.kelley@newtimes.comThe Conservative Rap

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