Skip to comments.Oxford invites Michael Savage to debate Snowden affair (Doc S. is banned from England)
Posted on 12/13/2013 6:19:13 PM PST by dynachrome
The famed Oxford Union in England has invited talk-radio host Michael Savage to participate in a debate on whether or not fugitive National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden should be called a hero.
Theres only one hitch, as Savage pointed out in his reply to the invitation from the Oxford Unions Charles Vaughn.
The popular, nationally syndicated San Francisco-based talk host was banned in 2009 from entering the United Kingdom by Prime Minister Gordon Browns government along with Muslim extremists and leaders of racist groups for seeking to provoke others to serious criminal acts and fostering hatred. The government, however, has never specified what Savage has said that might threaten the nations security.
Savage replied to Vaughn: While I am most honored to have been invited to speak at the Oxford Union, I am unable to enter the great nation of England.
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I meant “ping” over here.
It is now 2014, and I am still unable to access the great dental care and cuisine of England, Savage said. I guess Cameron turned out to be the Boehner of England.
His radio show right now is a pity party of one....
“Pity, party of One, Pity, Party of One....”
He should have not been so caustic to all of the talk shows... The fool burned all his bridges...
That being said I think the the other hosts should have covered his ban from England to be consistent...
They could do by Skype... or Satellite connection..
For most folks, Skype would be enough. For Mike, there would be no real visit to England without a complete review of all the Hole-In-A-Wall Restaurants he could find. Visiting restaurants, and taverns, seeing floor shows, meeting strangers is what makes Mike Happy. There is a cook on food network who travels the world, eating and chatting with other chefs, and the associates of those chefs. Mike would do well on that. I would watch him on a show like that, where he is more apt to be sentimental and sanguine. Mike would make fun of it, but I’ll bet if he could visit Buckingham Palace and see some of the Royal functions, Mike would be happier than a pig in S##t.