Drudge: Joining me here at the desk, radio talk-show
host extraordinaire, Roy Masters. You told me as you were watching that was
"Right on the money!” from where you're coming from.
(Drudge is referring to a video clip just shown, of Charlton
Heston rebuffing a comment from President Clinton that "Heston should be
Moses leading his people to the Promised Land”).
Roy: Absolutely. President Clinton,
in my opinion, is a sociopath. I knew that when he was first elected and
re-elected and it's to America's shame they've elected such a man. They didn't
recognize what kind of person he is, of course. He represents the worst in
everybody and there are so many people who are the worst, that they need a
Drudge: Now I was out listening to
you the day the shooting broke, the story, the tragic story out there and you
immediately said, "They're going to go after the guns”.
Drudge: That was your first impulse
and it became completely realized.
Roy: Well, I just wish I had the
time to lay the foundation for all of that but we have legislation by emotion
and the liberal government, particularly, is using the techniques of
emotionalization to rob Americans of their reasoning. In the days of Hitler,
the Nazis used to say that Hitler could only be understood by emotion. If you
were emotionalized, you saw him clearly as the Fuhrer but anyone who was
reasonable and logical was seen as the enemy. You see the same kind of thing
happening in America; we're becoming an emotionally divided country. There are
those of us who still retain our sanity and our innocence and our Americanism
but there are those who have been compromised and owe their allegiance to some
other force, represented by Clinton. He's a sociopath, a dangerous man!
Drudge: Yeah. The battle didn't stop
just between Heston and Clinton. The wife came in. Hillary Rodham Clinton also
came in. Heston went after Hillary. Check this out.
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