28 Jul

Comedian James Gregory Speaks the Truth


Comedian James Gregory visited the John Boy & Billy Show recently.

Once he got started, he was like a rock rolling downhill, gaining speed and unstoppable.

Mr. Gregory summed up my thoughts and feelings on America, the economy, and the world pretty effectively.

The interview runs 20 minutes and is divided into two parts.

It would be well worth your time to hear what Mr. Gregory has to say.

Second half below the fold.

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7 Responses to Comedian James Gregory Speaks the Truth

  1. ThomNJ says: 1


  2. Sid says: 2

    James Gregory for Congress!

  3. Aleric says: 3

    Common sense never goes out of style. Unless you are a liberal.

  4. Dennis says: 4

    Yes! @#%$^*&, spit, +*&%^$#X^! F’n A ditty bag!

  5. liam09 says: 5

    yeah, then its just non-progressive and or racist/bigot/biased

  6. Gregory Dittman says: 6

    Here is the story of the Senate’s chain of coffee shops and restaurants that he mentions.


    The best quote:
    It’s cratering,” (Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), chairman of the Rules and Administrations Committee, which oversees the operation of the Senate) said of the restaurant system. “Candidly, I don’t think the taxpayers should be subsidizing something that doesn’t need to be. There are parts of government that can be run like a business and should be run like businesses.”

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