I haven't been able to listen to Severin for the past eight months. It is clear that he considers President Bush to be far less intelligent than he is himself. Plus he seems not to perceive the irony of a self-described libertarian being on the same side of a public policy issue as mindless Michael Moore. He cries crocodile tears over the hardships endured by our service people in Iraq and elsewhere, and then works zealously to increase their difficulties. I think a lot of those people would tell you that the support of the American public is critically important to them; and that's the very thing that Severin seems to be working overtime to undermine.
I used to love his show. Now I just think he's another braying ass in the media barnyard. I have simply turned him off. And I won't be back.
Thanks for the rant, Jackson57. You speak for others as well.
posted on 08/17/2005 7:36:57 AM PDT
by betty boop
(Nature loves to hide. -- Heraclitus)
To: betty boop
My whole family and I used to love listening to Jay. Now none of us bother anymore. And the way he talks about women like he is some young, hot superstud is laughable! Have you ever seen the guy? Can you say "Aging Vampire"! LOL!!!
posted on 08/17/2005 7:44:52 AM PDT
(Beagles For Bush!)
To: betty boop
I, like you, have not been able to listen to him with any regularity. He's clearly regressed back to those days of protesting at Vassar that he loves to recall. He somehow thinks he's still able to smoke dope and pick up hippy chicks, while maintaining a talk radio show. I'm writing Dr. Bruce Houghton, a major sponsor of his show, letting him know I won't be a patient of his any longer due to Jay's position on the war in Iraq.
posted on 08/17/2005 7:46:45 AM PDT
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