My thought is that Savage is wrong, as usual. He's the right's Michael Moore. Flame away!
No fire from me scarecrow.
posted on 02/04/2005 5:57:38 PM PST
(they call me tater.)
No argument here,............ I just listened to him for a few minutes a short while ago.....couldn't stomach it and I am about as far right as you can get.....he just keeps getting worse!!
posted on 02/04/2005 5:59:37 PM PST
(The MSM's MOTTO: "Whatever it is..if it's bad.....it's GW's fault!!")
No flame from me. Savage is one BITTER human being.
posted on 02/04/2005 6:06:01 PM PST
(God Bless and Protect Our Troops.)
I used to listen to Savage, but not anyore really. He said Condi was a parrot and not qualified to be SOS. Wonder what he is saying now.
posted on 02/04/2005 6:10:08 PM PST
He is an egghead. With all his background in philosophy he ought to be lightyears ahead of Rush in understanding sovereignty and semiotics, but evidently there are a few gaps in his knowledge base.
posted on 02/04/2005 6:14:25 PM PST
(Please correct if cosmic balance requires.)
He's the right's Michael Moore.
Very well said. The difference is that most conservatives seem willing to reject Michael Savage over some of the kooky things he says, while Michael Moore is embraced by most mainstream leftists.
posted on 02/04/2005 6:17:30 PM PST
by Democracy In Iraq
(Iraq: Newest land of the free and home of the brave.)
I used to listen to Savage in 2002 and 2003 but not any more and this is why.
In March 2004 I'm coming home from LA and I pick up Savage on a Merced station. He is whining about how we are handling Fallujah and gas prices.
Well first off, he wants us to flatten the city. Yea brilliant solution, flatten a city the size of Fresno or Modesto. I'm sure that'll accomplish alot/ not. He wanted a Dieppe 42 not the Normandy 44 campaign we conducted last November.
Second on gas prices. I used to be a gas jockey in Columbus, Ohio in the early 80's and I clearly remember gas at self serve regular went up to a $1.50 a gallon for a while. What is gas in Columbus now? a $1.80 -$1.90. An average increase of 2 cents a gallon over 20 years. I wish other commodities were that stable. Shut up Savage and quit whining.
I started to stop listening to him. So this January 05 I accidentally have his flagship station on and hear his whining voice. What do I hear? Savage pontificating whether we are winning or losing this war. Hey Savage the Clueless, let me fill you in we are winning it.
So I make the mistake last Monday of listening to see what his opinion was of the Iraqi elections-- only to hear him come on with Blues music and how he is blue and railing against the elections. Off goes the radio. I dont need that drivel.
Yea I read his first book-- took me half an evening to digest that chunk of celery because that is all his books are worth for fulfillment.
Cant wait to be an Arbitron household again!
PS -- first ever post -- lurking here everyday since Nov. 27 2000 and I donate -- Thank You Jim Rob.
posted on 02/04/2005 8:09:54 PM PST
by A message
(as I cuddled the porcupine)
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