Now? It has been exposed for time immemorial as far as I am concerned.
I rarely get to hear Rush, and Imus is also someone who's broadcast schedule conflicts with my daily events. I simply am unable to hear their programs.
Imus, is an entertainer, and I like him for diverse reasons. As I view it, it is seemingly the great ambition for many in the journalistic profession, as well as for politicians to be insulted by the I-Man. They all want to be part of it. I like Don Imus very much, but also, I rarely get to hear his rantings.
Howard Stern is a brilliant person, but he is vile, and he works at appealing to the very lowest common denominator in our American culture. Howard Stern is simply exploiting a market, and I bear him no ill will because of it. In actuality I have only heard his broadcast 2 or maybe three times. I did see his movie, and that sort of sarcasm which he excels at, somehow appeals to me, in a perverse way.
Rush, has apparantly gotten himself into a jam because he has criticized individuals for things that he is exactly guilty of. Well, certainly hypocrisy is not a new phenomenon. I often wonder just what it was that Jesus wrote in the sand when he rebuked those that wanted to execute Mary Magdalen in a situation where there was an impending potential act of mob madness.
Call me odd, but I do indeed wonder about it. What do you suppose that a Prophet might write in the sand, if he were trying to make a point about you in such a circumstance?
Actually, TBP said that, not me. I agree with you.
And, I suspect TBP would have been interested in what you had to say about The Great Maha RushieTM. ;O)