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Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by KenH, Dec 12, 2005.
It is nice to see Hannity up there too. I enjoy his program.
I like Hannity, Limbaugh, O'Reilly. Savage is ok in short intervals. I am surprised to see him as high as he is.
America loves her drug-addled hate-monger.
you're so funny! lol
Im glad to see Rush up there, too. He's had a hard time lately, and its good to see that a man can stumble and still retain loyalty with his listeners.
I think Savage is popular because he speaks from the core of his being, nothing held back.
His only restraint is to refrain from language which would get him banned by the FCC.
Limbaugh, maybe at times. Hannity and O'Reilly? Hardly.
Got Kool Aid?
It was good too see Dr. Laura Schlessinger in the top 5. Knowing that almost 8 million people are looking for right and wrong answers is refreshing.
13.75 million people per week for Rush. I'll bet it's more. It must be pretty hard to measure.
But if I had to choose between Howard Stern or Dr. Laura, I'd just shoot my radio.
I don't know if anyone remembers the Warner Brothers' cartoon short, from the mid-50s, where the big, tough, bulldog pushed everyone around, and the hyper Jack Russell jumped all over him...."hey Spike, we're pals, right ?"....
Rush Limbaugh is the bulldog, Hannity is the Jack Russell. I try, but I cannot get myself to like Sean Hannity.
Same with Ingraham, I used to love her, but she's showed herself to be somethuing of a witch. Pretty rude, all around.
But Rush RAWKS!!!!!
Wow, I said that same thing once, almost verbatim, and got called a liberal for it.
Rush puts forth the most cogent, solid arguements against liberalism. The libs cant out debate him. They can only spew their typical ad hominum attacks as Daisy did.
Yes, Rush puts forth solid arguments well. But he holds democrats and republicans to double standards (just listen to him the next time there's a Republican filibuster). Then again, that's the nature of opinion radio. Don't get me wrong, he's entertaining and informative, but I as a rule don't use the Rush Limbaugh program as an objective news source.
I wish the "ultra conservative" would be as adament about upholding the US constitution and uncovering all government corruption as he is at upholding and covering up for "the party".
You are right. He's editorial. But he will hold some GOP feet to the fire, and was one of the most vocal critics of Dubya's "stealth" Supreme Court pick.
Good for Rush and Hannity. I like both of them.
Sad to see Howard Stern so far up on the list.
He doesn't debate anyone - he simply yells and hangs up. Great style.
If you're going to use a debate term, you should learn what it actually means or you'll just look foolish and ignorant - we wouldn't want that.
I do admit that it is difficult to debate a propagandist who doesn't care whether what he says is true or not just so long as he makes a hit.
The truth is so under rated anyways Daisy, and it just doesn't get the same Neilson ratings as propaganda. Especially popular propaganda.
She sure isn't coming at things from a Christian perspective. She is an unashamed Jew, but shows respect for most religions. She is particularly fond of the Mormans humanitarian stance.