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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    Ummm...he's an over the top entertainer with a very small target audience who will tolerate his antics. Rosie O'Donnell...same thing.

    I don't consider "Liberalism is a Mental Disorder" to be riveting and insightful. It's just his normal BS put into print.
    He claims a weekly audience of 10,000,000.

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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by bhkad View Post
    He claims a weekly audience of 10,000,000.
    Okay. Now it's time to make your point....I'm waiting.

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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    Meh, I find him obnoxious. If you want the fire and passion, and intelligence, Levin is your man. I find Savage rather boorish. I haven't heard him in years, but he is definatley not for me.
    Savage and Glenn Beck are my favorite talk show host. I heard of Levin but I have not listened to his show enough to form an opinion on whether or not I like his show.
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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    Okay. Now it's time to make your point....I'm waiting.
    It just seems wrong to equate rosie to Savage. He has more gravitas even when he is kidding around.

    Rosie just seems to be a know nothing, emotional blowhard.

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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    I don't consider "Liberalism is a Mental Disorder" to be riveting and insightful. It's just his normal BS put into print.
    That's the first step in recovery, you know, admiting that it's a problem.

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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by bhkad View Post
    It just seems wrong to equate rosie to Savage. He has more gravitas even when he is kidding around.

    Rosie just seems to be a know nothing, emotional blowhard.
    I think we just have differing opinions on the guy. I would hardly use gravitas as a descriptor for that hysterical, histrionic and poor entertainer.

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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow Akhbar View Post
    That's the first step in recovery, you know, admiting that it's a problem.
    And I have admitted that Michael Savage is a problem.

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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    Hate speech laws are illegal in the US. We have this thing in this country called the first amendment. Liberals still somewhat value free speech or so they claim.



    I listen to his show and I have never been incited to do anything illegal.As far as I know he has not incited anyone to do anything illegal. It is absurd grouping him with terrorist sympathizers, nazi scum and scum who protest at the funerals of fallen soldiers and marines.
    The Brits would rather have ImOnAJihad running one of their political parties then have Savage on the radio.
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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow Akhbar View Post
    The European nations only pay lip service to freedom.
    And how would you define a country that banned a peaceful muslim called "Yusuf Islam" from entering?

    I hope you and others commenting on the UK protested equally vehemently when the artist formerly known as "Cat Stevens" was denied entry to the US?

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    The Brits would rather have ImOnAJihad running one of their political parties then have Savage on the radio.
    He's spoken in the US at several colleges so I'm not sure what point about Ahmenijhad you are trying to make. Should we say you are more happy to have him there than a peaceful Muslim singer?

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    Re: Michael Savage Banned In The U.K.

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite Chaos View Post
    And how would you define a country that banned a peaceful muslim called "Yusuf Islam" from entering?

    I hope you and others commenting on the UK protested equally vehemently when the artist formerly known as "Cat Stevens" was denied entry to the US?



    He's spoken in the US at several colleges so I'm not sure what point about Ahmenijhad you are trying to make. Should we say you are more happy to have him there than a peaceful Muslim singer?
    Provide the details on Cat Stevens. I'm so sure he was denied for no reason at all, it was just to be mean.
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