Two months after Imus firing, a revol...

Two months after Imus firing, a revolving door of replacements

There are 25 comments on the Newsday story from Jun 14, 2007, titled Two months after Imus firing, a revolving door of replacements. In it, Newsday reports that:

When it comes to finding a permanent replacement for fired radio personality Don Imus, only one thing appears certain: David Lee Roth is not a candidate.

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Ree

Lewisville, TX

#22 Jun 16, 2007
And now they are going after D.L.Hughley the so called Black Leadership, is planning on boycotting his show in Dallas Ft Worth...this would be number 3 for them, first they got Imus & Bernard McGuirk fired and then Bernard McGuirk wasn't allowed to work for 3 days as a guest host on Boston Radio Show...and now because D.L. Hughley who is for Free Speech, stated that it was a joke and Imus shouldn't have apologized now D.L., is being targeted...WAKE UP AMERICA. Is this the American Taliban? the self appointed Moral's Police? They are trying to control what American's get to HEAR and from WHOM...that isn't American. These so called leaders need to be exposed for what they are...propaganda machines for political entities. There also seems to be a trend towards targeting Comedians and Comedic material WHY? Who is going to be targeted next? D.L.Hughley, won't carry their "Water" their Anti Free Speech Agenda...WAKE UP AMERICA, this isn't about Race this is about your Freedoms.
Mary Ann

AOL

#23 Jun 25, 2007
My mornings are HELL, miss IMUS, get him back, being Catholic I didnt like some remarks, but I would turn the volume down, see (I )made the choice, nobody interviews like IMUS, freedom, did we forget what the word Freedom means???? Choices, BRING HIM BACK NOW
TruthBtold

Bronx, NY

#24 Jun 25, 2007
Bring him back. It turns out one 2 of the Rutgers players have criminal records, another 2 have babies out of wedlock. Another 1 was involved in a beating of a white player in High School while yelling racial slurs. And NONE of the players ever do their hair before a game. So it turns out what Imus said, although harsh, was true. Nappy headed, no question. Hos? Not all but some.
Bill Edwards

AOL

#25 Jun 30, 2007
While no local radio show carried the Imus in the Morning program, I became an avid listener via MSNBC. Honest to God, that crap they're serving up now on MSNBC makes Robin Meade look like Edward R. Murrow.
Judy Rehoboth Beach DE

Jim Thorpe, PA

#26 Jul 10, 2007
The mornings are still not the same without Don Imus. MSNBC cannot find the talent to fill the I-man's shoes for a morning show. Morning Joe is ridiculously self-indulging and totally boring.
When will America stop allowing Corporate to dictate what the American people can and cannot listen to. As stated throughout, if you do not like what you hear, change the station. When I see Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, that's what I do!
Bring Imus Back - Many Americans miss him.

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