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April 20, 2012 at 9:52 AM

Spokane radio talk show host runs for president

We couldn’t say this in a summary better than The Spokesman Review begins the story, so here it is, with a link to the full story as provided by The Associated Press:

JIM CAMDEN
The Spokesman-Review

SPOKANE — Laurie Roth, a syndicated radio talk show host who broadcasts from Spokane County, is trying to parlay her strong conservatism, an unusual tax plan and the story of her near-death experience into a long-shot bid for the presidency.

The self-described Annie Oakley of the Airwaves says she was called by God about a year ago to make the campaign journey from her double-wide trailer in Elk, Wash., to the White House and turn the nation around, The Spokesman-Review reported in Friday’s newspaper.

“I am the comeback kid. I am the Seabiscuit story,” said Roth, a 51-year-old mother of two. “America is road kill, and so was I.

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