Bingo__Lew Dobbs rode "illegal immigrant" ratings into the stratosphere and on CNN. And of course O'Reilly vs Geraldo__who can forget that April 2007 brawl. Tom Tancredo__the list goes on and on and on and long before anyone had ever heard of Oback Obamy.<quoted text>
"Bush's meeting was to re-energize conservatives in the face of the liberal media's continuous and relentless onslaught of biased reporting."
As Talk Radio Wavers, Bush Moves to Firm Up Support
The meeting, which was not announced on the president’s public schedule, was part of an intensive Republican Party campaign to reclaim and re-energize a crucial army of supporters that is not as likely to walk in lockstep with the White House as it has in the past.
Conservative radio hosts are breaking with the Republican leadership in ways not seen in at least a decade, and certainly not since Rush Limbaugh’s forceful advocacy of the party in 1994 spawned a new generation of stars, said Michael Harrison, publisher of the industry’s lead trade publication, Talkers.
Disgruntlement can now be found not only among the more flamboyant radio voices, like Michael Savage, who raged against Mr. Bush’s proposals on immigration and other issues, but also among more mainstream hosts, like Laura Ingraham, who told her listeners in the wake of the scandal involving former Representative Mark Foley and under-age Congressional pages,“You have to ask yourself, the people who are in positions of power now in the Republican Party, are they able to credibly articulate the conservative agenda to the American people — to rally the base, to rally the country?”
you're really not very good at this.
Carol and her spewcrew just doesn't get that what we're hearing today is the same puke we heard during BushCo and the part of Clinton that had wide internet activity.
"Get US out of NATO"