Wednesday, November 1, 2006

Talk Show Host Tells Terrorists Where They Can Stick It – Through Song

ORLANDO, Fla. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A syndicated talk show host in Orlando, Florida, is telling the terrorists where they can stick it – through song.

Conservative talk radio personality Rusty Humphries shares his views on terrorism on his new album, Thank God I’m A Jihad Boy!, which has songs like “Give War A Chance,” “Last Train To Kooksville” and “Roll Over Appeasers” which is a take on a Chuck Berry song.

Humphries says he was inspired to write the album after he visited Israel and bribed a guy $400 so that he could talk with a group of terrorists at the Balata refugee camp.

Says Humphries: “It was like out of a movie – I was going 60 miles an hour with these four guys with machine guns through the camp and then when they got to the apartment they put the guns down and were like ‘Would like tea? a sandwich?”

Although the terrorists were hospitable, Humphries admits he had to tread lightly and ask “easy, easy, hard questions.”

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