Well, ain't that a kick!
I don't care if it
's accurate or not, it said I look like Catherine Zeta-Jones, which is one of the greatest compliments I've gotten in a LONG while.
Air America - poisoning the air-waves, one station at a time
Most of you will know that the supposed liberal "answer" to radio personalities such as Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Neal Boortz, Air America, a multi-culti radio network with such parroting "personalities" as Al Franken and Laura Flanders, recently bounced a check to the president of their Chicago carrier, Arthur Liu. In typical lib fashion, the dispute was turned into full-on war with Arthur Liu after he changed the locks on the building to prevent the Air anti-Americans from getting in. Now, do I really need to tell you where things went from there?
That's right, they went to court. "When the going gets tough, whine and complain till you get your way! That's the American way!" And, surprise surprise (since we know how conservative our judicial system is), the judge ruled in favor of Air America, and they live to die (and come back to life with the help of a Franken-loving judge) another day.
Now, the way all truly great radio personalities have started, is to get a job on one network, see how people respond to your work, and if it's positive you try to get another radio network to host your message. If not, you either change your material or step asside. How sad it is that "Air America" feels too good to work its way up from lowly beginnings, and when the American people don't immediately fawn over them, obviously the solution is to try to cram their message down peoples' throats.
Can you even imagine
what the response would be if this was reversed, and it was a Republican station who bounced a check and went to court to punish the guy they weren't paying? There would be outrage! I mean... just look at Fox News, a SUCCESSFUL news affiliate, whose political spin and bias is no more readily apparent than ABC or NBC (to the average news-watcher). Libs and Greens nation-wide would love nothing more than to see Bill O'Reiley and Sean Hannity (probably even that dirty nasty turn-coat, Alan Colmes) on the sidewalk living in boxes. Their only problem is that the American people are simply tired of the same, old, tired thing. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. If it is... well, hope to God you're a Democrat.
Maybe we can twist the Clean Air Act to get these guys booted off the airwaves. I, somehow, think that nature will take its course without any help from myself, though. Natural selection, anyone?