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Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Going Independent
Republican Florida governor and U.S. Senate candidate Charlie Crist will run as an independent, going against GOP leaders who have urged him to drop out and support Marco Rubio. “One of the biggest problems we have with politicians today is that it’s all about them,” Sean explained kicking off Wednesday’s show. “Obviously Charlie Crist doesn’t care if he siphons away enough votes from Marco Rubio, who is a terrific candidate and a strong, solid Reagan conservative.” The reason Crist lost the GOP nomination was because he supported the Obama stimulus, then denied he supported it – and lost a lot of his following because of this. Several other inconsistencies have arisen during the course of this race. Rudy Giuliani said Crist had promised to support him in the primaries – but never did. “It used to be a handshake was your word and an agreement,” said Sean. Apparently not with Charlie Crist. For the latest on Charlie Crist click here.

Boycott Arizona Iced Tea?
Liberals across the country are up in arms about the passage of the Arizona immigration bill. There have been calls for the boycott of the state and of its products, including Arizona Iced Tea. "Dear Arizona: If you don't change your immigration policy, I will have to stop drinking your enjoyable brand of iced tea," one person wrote on Twitter, according to the Daily News; another called Arizona Iced Tea "the drink of fascists." There is one small problem with this Sean pointed out; the tea is manufactured in Long Island, NY! “We could end up having people laid off at Arizona Iced Tea because of the boycott…who are we gonna send a letter to thanking them for that?” Sean asked. Sean's favorite iced tea brand is Snapple? What's yours? Vote in the poll on!

70 Percent Of AZ Voters Favor Immigration Bill
Last week Arizona passed the toughest measure against illegal immigration in the country. The bill allows local law enforcement to legally stop and check the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being in the United States illegally. A new Rasmussen survey finds that 70% of likely voters in Arizona approve of the legislation, while just 23% oppose it. Additionally, in a national survey conducted this week by Rasmussen Reports {view survey here}, 60% of voters favor the tough new immigration law, with just 31% who opposing it.