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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

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    half a dozen of you, and you still can't close.

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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

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    Good suggestion.

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    Sorta. It's like listening to Sean Hannity. You sit down, intent to make it through, and the stupidity launched out makes your brain want to hemorrhage out of self defense so you have to turn off the radio for self preservation.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    go to wabcradio.com at 12:00 eastern and listen to him for a couple days. then get back to me....
    I've listened to him. I'm not a liberal either. I agree with him on some things. However, I find him to be an obnoxious, misogynistic, pompous, disrespectful, fat windbag of the highest order. I feel as if he hurts the conservative cause with his show.

    Now a radio talkshow host I respect is Laura Ingraham. She's a classy lady who is witty and respectful.

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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    I've listened to him. I'm not a liberal either. I agree with him on some things. However, I find him to be an obnoxious, misogynistic, pompous, disrespectful, fat windbag of the highest order. I feel as if he hurts the conservative cause with his show.

    Now a radio talkshow host I respect is Laura Ingraham. She's a classy lady who is witty and respectful.
    Another good one is the G. Gordon Liddy show.

    He's a right wing nut...but he's very intelligent, has guts & never cuts off the mic of a caller who disagrees with him...like most of the radio cowards do.

    (besides...anyone who plays Victory At Sea for his bumper music is OK in my book!!)
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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    Now a radio talkshow host I respect is Laura Ingraham. She's a classy lady who is witty and respectful.
    To each her own I guess. I find Laura Ingraham to be obnoxious, grating, and can't for the life of me figure out why she takes phone calls cause she sucks so bad at responding to questions.

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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

    Quote Originally Posted by Devil505 View Post
    Another good one is the G. Gordon Liddy show.

    He's a right wing nut...but he's very intelligent, has guts & never cuts off the mic of a caller who disagrees with him...like most of the radio cowards do.

    (besides...anyone who plays Victory At Sea for his bumper music is OK in my book!!)
    I've listened to his show and he does have good manners. His voice grates on me for some reason.

    Apparently he is highly sexed. I remember hearing him boast of his sexual virility one day. It didn't sound like he ascribed to traditional 'family values'

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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor View Post
    To each her own I guess. I find Laura Ingraham to be obnoxious, grating, and can't for the life of me figure out why she takes phone calls cause she sucks so bad at responding to questions.
    I know I've enjoyed her commentaries. Honestly, I haven't listened enough to form an opinion about her call in portion of the show. I only hear it when I happen to catch it while driving.

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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    This evidence is not compelling enough for me. There are plenty of folks who appreciate the Confederate flag and are not racist. There are plenty of folks who believed that the what the Confederacy did was just and legal, and are not racist. I would need more proof than this.
    April 12, 2008
    THE RACISM: Kentucky Congressman Geoff Davis referred to 46-year-old adult man Barack Obama as "that boy" at a Lincoln Day dinner, as in, "That boy's finger does not need to be on the button."

    April 28, 2008
    THE RACISM: On sale at the Republican Party's booth at the Evergreen State Fair in Washington State around the time of the Pennsylvania primary was a three-dollar bill showing Obama wearing a Muslim headdress.


    June 2008
    THE RACISM: At the Texas state GOP convention last June, one vendor sold this button asking, "If Obama is President will we still call it the White House?" Get it? Because he's black.

    October 16, 2008
    THE RACISM: The classy October newsletter of the Chaffey Community Republican Women of San Bernadino, California, contained a food stamp depicting Obama as a donkey surrounded by things black people are supposed to enjoy eating.


    November 5, 2008
    THE RACISM: South Carolina political consultant, and co-owner of the political website SC Hotline, Jeffrey Sewell, made an insightful Obama-Curious George comparison on Twitter the day after the election.

    December 2008
    THE RACISM: As a Christmas present, Tennessee RNC chairman Chip Saltsman sent out a CD of political parody songs, including one called "Barack the Magic Negro," which was based on the title of a Los Angeles Times article of the same name.

    January 2009
    THE RACISM: Salvatore Ballarino, an appointed member of Staten Island's Community Education Council District 31, forwarded numerous, supposedly humorous, photo strips comparing black people to monkeys or excrement.

    January 30, 2009
    THE RACISM: After President Obama's inauguration, Carol Carter, a Republican state committeewoman in Florida, sent out an e-mail quipping "How can 2,000,000 blacks get into Washington, DC in 1 day in sub zero temps when 200,000 couldn't get out of New Orleans in 85 degree temps with four days notice?" The subject line, providing a truly dishonest assessment of the contents within, read, "Amazing!"

    Feb 25, 2009
    THE RACISM: Dean Grose, the mayor of Los Alamitos, California, thought a "small group of friends" -- including a black woman, not incidentally -- would get a kick out of an e-mail showing a watermelon patch growing on the White House lawn, and the caption, "No Easter egg hunt this year."


    March 9, 2009
    THE RACISM: The mayor of Dallas, Georgia, posted an esoteric message on his Facebook page, seen here, that is believed by the Internet-commenter hive-mind to refer to Schlitz beer and Camel cigarettes -- you know, things Obama might reasonably be expected to offer Gordon Brown as a gift.

    April 27, 2009
    THE RACISM: On their website, the Republican Women of Clifton joked that Baskin Robbins had created a new ice-cream flavor named Barocky Road, which was half vanilla and half chocolate. But, this extended metaphor continues, the "vanilla portion of the mix is not openly advertised and usually denied as an ingredient," which doesn't even make any sense. Does "white woman from Kansas" ring any bells? It should.


    May 28, 2009
    THE RACISM: Sherri Goforth, an executive assistant for Tennessee state senator Diane Black, e-mailed a photo collage of America's presidents that portrays President Obama as a set of eyes in the darkness.


    June 12, 2009
    THE RACISM: Longtime GOP activist and former South Carolina State Senate candidate Rusty Depass wrote on Facebook that an escaped gorilla was "just one of Michelle's ancestors -- probably harmless."

    June 12, 2009
    THE RACISM: Another South Carolina GOP activist, Mike Green, tweeted the alleged joke, "JUST HEARD OBAMA IS GOING TO IMPOSE A 40% TAX ON ASPIRIN BECAUSE IT'S WHITE AND IT WORKS." And yes, it was, obnoxiously, entirely capitalized.

    July 1, 2009
    THE RACISM: After a friend elegantly declared, "obama bin lauden is the new terrorist....muslim is on there side...need to take this country back from all of these mad coons........and illegals" on the Facebook wall of Young Republican vice-chairman Audra Shay, Shay responded, eight minutes later, "You tell em Eric! lol."


    but Jimmy, what republican racism are you possibly referring to? [/s]

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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    I've listened to his show and he does have good manners. His voice grates on me for some reason.

    Apparently he is highly sexed. I remember hearing him boast of his sexual virility one day. It didn't sound like he ascribed to traditional 'family values'
    He is a wingnut but he's got integrity. He went to prison for Nixon & didn't flip on any of his bosses!
    Ex FBI & one tough ..smart guy! (I have great respect for him but his politics are Neanderthal & really un-America.)

    Other than THAT...I like the guy!

    (Like the reporter who once asked : "Other than THAT Mrs. Lincoln.....How was the play?)

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    Re: Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    I know I've enjoyed her commentaries. Honestly, I haven't listened enough to form an opinion about her call in portion of the show. I only hear it when I happen to catch it while driving.
    LOL - I didn't know there was a commentary portion. It's how she handles calls that makes her so obnoxious.

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