Radio Buzz: US says Iran-tied terror plot in DC disrupted; Women don’t mind fat guys who are rich.

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An Iranian tied terror plot, thwarted.

The plan:

"Not only are they going to kill the Saudi Ambassador to the US in Washington, DC, they're going to do it at his favorite restaurant, probably kill a couple hundred people along with him."

Senior Fellow with the Foreign Policy Research Institute and a Professor of Political Science and History at La Salle University Ed Turzanski, speaking to April and Stefan at KOA in Denver.

They were going to send a pretty clear message to the Saudis;

"To the Saudis they were saying our arms are longer than your legs, so it doesn't matter where you are, we can hit you."

And also - a clear message to the US;

"It's the sad extension of the impunity with which they've been hitting at us. They've been killing large numbers of our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan with IED's that they've supplied, and they've paid no price for it."

Attorney General Holder in a news conference Tuesday called the alleged plot a "flagrant violation of US and international law" and said that the U.S. will hold Iran accountable.

Buzzing right along to this one;

Don't worry guys, if you're fat, you can still pick up the ladies if your wallet is fat, with cash!

"I think what they're trying to say is, and they've applied some mathematical degree to this, but it's really not that much; for every 10% increase in a BMI then the man would have to raise his salary by 2%."

That's Love Coach, Jennifer Styers speaking with Charley at WOWO in Fort Wayne, IN.

But as Styers points out;

"In that room full of women that you've got, who you know, could agree, that that's not typical. When women are in relationships we're willing to put up with a few more pounds, but unless, and I hate to use the term gold digger, but unless you're a gold digger, I really doubt this."

The name of the game, according to Styers;

"We need to get back to the basics of relationships, and that's love."

I'm Jessica Curtis, and that's your Talk Radio Buzz from Fox News Radio.