Will Durst and Willie Brown join Producer Paul “The Lobster” Wells at the world famous Tosca Cafe in San Francisco’s North Beach. This is part two, and the discussion starts with a story about Coca Cola spurred by Jeanette Etheridge, the owner of Tosca, presenting us with a vintage style bottle. We cover the issues and personalities in the Presidential Election. We enter into a very open discussion on the role race will play on election day to “What Would Willie Do” to bring out the votes Barrack Obama will need to overcome the “Tom Bradley” effect. Durst has some choice words about Sarah Palin.
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