Will Rush be next to go down?
Honey Luna

Queens Village, NY

#111 Nov 7, 2012
ZCs wrote:
Fox is going Down and will Rush the stupid scumbag be next?
He went down after his nonsensical rant on that young woman.
dead the fossil

Bronx, NY

#112 Nov 8, 2012
He's an outdated primitive moron who's on his way out; dead man walking.
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#114 Nov 21, 2012
dead the fossil wrote:
He's an outdated primitive moron who's on his way out; dead man walking.
Tick, Tock!

It is just a question of time.

Rush is nothing but the captain of a sinking ship.

Tick, Tock you fat scumbag!
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#115 Nov 21, 2012
Tick, Tock!

The code of silence has been swept away. Throughout the radio industry this week, there is talk of the devastating impact of Limbaugh's Fluke attack. Rush supporters are, of course, in denial. But compelling personal testimonies are suddenly out in the open, and they will prove difficult to dismiss.

For example Doug Stephan, president of Stephan MultiMedia and host of the nationally syndicated Good Day program, had this to offer:

[excerpt] Lets face it, the agencies and advertisers are how we survive. So to tell them that their clients are stupid for not staying in an atmosphere in which they dont want to be is akin to the Republicans not reading the tea leaves about changing demographics.

Im not here to argue the point, but rather to tell you what this ONE incident has cost me as an independent in a sea of big corporate operators, who are obviously losing tens of millions of dollars due to this one event.

So far this year, my losses are in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Cancellations, avoidance and decisions to just not buy across the whole format, no matter what the content...

Im not looking for Limbaugh to send me a check (although that would be nice), but I do think we have to let it be known that his actions have been devastating to our survival.
dead the fossil

Bronx, NY

#116 Nov 21, 2012
ZCs wrote:
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Tick, Tock!
It is just a question of time.
Rush is nothing but the captain of a sinking ship.
Tick, Tock you fat scumbag!
Agreed.
That fat, greasy, devil of a pig is going to get his and it won't be nice.
It's just a matter of time as the clock ticks down on him.
Logic

United States

#117 Nov 25, 2012
dead the fossil wrote:
<quoted text>
Agreed.
That fat, greasy, devil of a pig is going to get his and it won't be nice.
It's just a matter of time as the clock ticks down on him.
Lol!
The Dashboard POTUS

Yonkers, NY

#118 Nov 26, 2012
Talk radio UP! BSDDT DOWWWN!!!!!!!!

Since you started the "Rush if finished" rant, Olbermann has been looking for work.

BSDDT tried to jump start its flat-line ratings with......(drum roll)......AL SHARPTON!!!(trumpet flourish),(cymbal crash).
why not

Bronx, NY

#119 Nov 26, 2012
Logic wrote:
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Lol!
I agree, the fat pig sucks.
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#120 Nov 27, 2012
Tick Tock Rush!!! Tick Tock!!

Republicans' belief in the feel-good Fox News fantasies of what "real America" wanted and believed helped them lose the election. Would Romney have lost if his base didn't stubbornly insist that polls were rigged, that almost half the country was looking for a handout (and the other half was angry about it), and that government exists only to coddle or sabotage (not so much the "Nanny state" as Mommie Dearest)? The "conservative entertainment complex", as columnist David Frum put it, promulgated a view of the American electorate that wasn't just objectively false, in terms of polled support, but to which they objected. That is, they didn't just get wrong how much support Romney had; they told a story about American voters that Americans themselves didn't believe. You can't win an election by appealing solely to a class you've arbitrarily designated as the "makers" there are too many of us who don't believe getting back from your government is "taking". And when it comes to civil rights, you can't woo voters with a description of a future they're not part of. Ultimately, we didn't want to be the kind of country Mitt Romney and the Republican party told us we were.

The reality that Republicans even now seem to have trouble accepting is that not only do we not want to be Romney's America, we aren't and can't be: progress can't be undone, increasing diversity can't be willed into segregation. This isn't just a metaphorical point, either: between 2000 and 2010, the number of Americans who identify as multiracial grew three-and-a-half times faster than those identifying as being of a single race. Seventy-seven percent of Americans say they have a friend , co-worker or relative who's gay, up from 42% since 1992 . Women now attend college at rates higher than the male population and are the primary breadwinners for 60% of all families . Put that in a binder and smoke it.

One of the only divides in America that's growing is the one between the very rich and the very poor (now at its greatest since 1967). And as Bill Kristol (of all people!) has pointed out, Obama won two elections promising to narrow that divide. If Republicans are surprised that the viciously capitalist America of their imagination instead truly desires to "spread the wealth around", I'm even more surprised that people aren't angrier that Obama hasn't done more to make that happen.
Really

Bronx, NY

#121 Nov 28, 2012
ZCs wrote:
Tick Tock Rush!!! Tick Tock!!
Republicans' belief in the feel-good Fox News fantasies of what "real America" wanted and believed helped them lose the election. Would Romney have lost if his base didn't stubbornly insist that polls were rigged, that almost half the country was looking for a handout (and the other half was angry about it), and that government exists only to coddle or sabotage (not so much the "Nanny state" as Mommie Dearest)? The "conservative entertainment complex", as columnist David Frum put it, promulgated a view of the American electorate that wasn't just objectively false, in terms of polled support, but to which they objected. That is, they didn't just get wrong how much support Romney had; they told a story about American voters that Americans themselves didn't believe. You can't win an election by appealing solely to a class you've arbitrarily designated as the "makers" there are too many of us who don't believe getting back from your government is "taking". And when it comes to civil rights, you can't woo voters with a description of a future they're not part of. Ultimately, we didn't want to be the kind of country Mitt Romney and the Republican party told us we were.
The reality that Republicans even now seem to have trouble accepting is that not only do we not want to be Romney's America, we aren't and can't be: progress can't be undone, increasing diversity can't be willed into segregation. This isn't just a metaphorical point, either: between 2000 and 2010, the number of Americans who identify as multiracial grew three-and-a-half times faster than those identifying as being of a single race. Seventy-seven percent of Americans say they have a friend , co-worker or relative who's gay, up from 42% since 1992 . Women now attend college at rates higher than the male population and are the primary breadwinners for 60% of all families . Put that in a binder and smoke it.
One of the only divides in America that's growing is the one between the very rich and the very poor (now at its greatest since 1967). And as Bill Kristol (of all people!) has pointed out, Obama won two elections promising to narrow that divide. If Republicans are surprised that the viciously capitalist America of their imagination instead truly desires to "spread the wealth around", I'm even more surprised that people aren't angrier that Obama hasn't done more to make that happen.
Only in the alternate universe known as Fox News and right wing hate talk radio.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#122 Dec 1, 2012
Honey Luna wrote:
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He went down after his nonsensical rant on that young woman.
Something he should have never done, it brought more attention to the type of creep he really is.
LOGIC

Manchester, NH

#123 Dec 2, 2012
ILAL wrote:
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Something he should have never done, it brought more attention to the type of creep he really is.
yes a 30 year old Law School studnet demands that the government pay for her birth control,,,, LAwyers make how much when they graduate law school? And the bimbo wants tax payers to foot her bill?
wow

Providence, UT

#124 Dec 2, 2012
wow
fugeddaboutit

Yonkers, NY

#125 Dec 2, 2012
ZCs and his "predictions".

He should be managing Bozo's portfolio.
Logic

United States

#126 Dec 9, 2012
Hey Rush, Fox just fired your buddy Karl Rove and word is you might be next.

Tick tock.
MLK

Manchester, NH

#127 Dec 9, 2012
Logic wrote:
Hey Rush, Fox just fired your buddy Karl Rove and word is you might be next.
Tick tock.
What happened to ILAL and ZCS? Did you have a lovers spat? Your idiot friends have not posted recently.
Logic

United States

#128 Dec 9, 2012
MLK wrote:
<quoted text>What happened to ILAL and ZCS? Did you have a lovers spat? Your idiot friends have not posted recently.
What happened to Krap Slop?
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#129 Dec 12, 2012
LOGIC wrote:
<quoted text>yes a 30 year old Law School studnet demands that the government pay for her birth control,,,, LAwyers make how much when they graduate law school? And the bimbo wants tax payers to foot her bill?
Nothing as usual.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#130 Dec 12, 2012
Logic wrote:
Hey Rush, Fox just fired your buddy Karl Rove and word is you might be next.
Tick tock.
About time that clown got sent packing, him just as the rest of those clowns on that channel, are always fact challenged and wrong on just about everything.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#131 Dec 12, 2012
Logic wrote:
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What happened to Krap Slop?
He's on the RUN, RUN, RUN after Topix made him GONE, GONE, GONE like an 8 track player.

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