Skip to comments.Limbaugh's Advice to the New York Times:Be More Like the Drudge Report
Posted on 04/03/2013 2:08:32 PM PDT by lbryce
To The New York Times: Be More Like The Drudge Report Limbaugh Ashamed by Noah Rothman video
Radio host Rush Limbaugh, reacting to the admission by a senior White House advisor that he is prone to mocking reporters who bring up stories they read on Matt Drudges news aggregator, Drudge Report, defended the site from the Obama administrations criticism. He said that Drudge Report serves the same purpose for average news consumers that the New York Times does for members of the media by setting the daily narrative
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Thanks very much for the heads up. It’s not merely a cliche when I say, I hate it when that happens. (The title not appearing in a an article search I’ve done.)
I doubt it. He’s with his fourth wife now!
the only want to make it more flaming would be to move it to san franceeeeeesco.
But if Obama told them to hit themselves in the head with their microphones they'd ask how hard and how long. And afterwords they'd say “Thank you sir. May I have another?”
I think he meant the Times is gay - flaming.
Drudge might not be gay but there are about 25 other genders he could be.
I’ll say one thing: give me Drudge’s web site design over the New York Homo Times anyday!
Were it not for Mr. Drudge, Bill Clinton might have an untarnished legacy. Just another womanizer politician, but presiding over a great economy.
Because of Drudge, 1998 became a national circus.
The Drudgereport is no more than links to news sites, updated very often.
Yes, I quite understand the concept. I’m not one to ever go to his site.But he is often held up as the prime example of web efficiency in that he, in the simplicity of his site, makes approximately one million dollars a year in income.
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