The largest crowd of conservatives in metro Atlanta on Tuesday evening paid $30 a head to listen to the talk radio line-up of WGKA (920AM) trash President Barack Obama’s first 100 days in office.
Several hundred (their estimate, not mine, but it was SRO) gathered at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center to listen to Dennis Prager, Hugh Hewitt and Bill Bennett — who were at the tail end of a 12-city tour.
One of the co-sponsors was Sadie Fields and the Georgia Christian Alliance. But it was not her event, as demonstrated by the pay-as-you-go bar.
Ralph Reed was there as well. Ray McBerry, the Republican candidate for governor, was in the audience. John Oxendine was also greeted from the stage — but we did not see him, only supporters. Also attending was a Republican magician with a flaming wallet.
The conversation was predictable. “You don’t transform or remake that which you already admire,” Prager said. “The left is not cognizant of its own motives.”
— Georgia Supreme Court