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Mark Levin to Michael Savage: $100,000 To Turn Off The Mic

Anonymous6702 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 9:34 PM
I'll listen to most any conservative radio show and I think they have all had good points. Don't always agree with them but it beats anything liberal. All of this conservative infighting is bad for the right in general. No wonder liberals have gotten so strong, they all pretty much agree with each other. But to read some of the comments in this section has made me realize how loose knit the right-wing/conservative/Republican side really is. It's all over the place and we can't continue to be that way. To read comments from some suggesting that they's rather have Obama win for whatever reason is just crazy. Do you realize how many SCOTUS judges would be retiring under an Obama second term? Are you guys nuts?
Anonymous6702 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 9:42 PM
Anybody listen to Roger Wilkow? Now I suppose some people will come out and say he's a nutcase too. Are you guys conservatives or working for the enemy side? I like Wilkow and he makes a lot of sense, extremely logical and simplifies everything in a way that us people without a degree in political science can understand. I used to absolutely love listening the Laura Ingraham when she was on America Right radio ( before XM merged with Sirius ) but they took her off satellite. Now I suppose some will attack her too?
Anonymous6702 Wrote: Jul 13, 2012 9:46 PM
Bill Bennet and G. Gordon Liddy also fell victim to the XM/Sirius merger. I loved listening to them too. Ah, the good old days!! Well somebody needs to crawl out from under their rocks to diss Liddy and Bennet too. Come on now, I'm waiting. don't disappoint....lol

As everyone probably knows by now, on December 12th talk show host Michael Savage offered Newt Gingrich $1 million to get drop out of the presidential race within 72 hours. Why? Savage says it’s because Mitt Romney is the only person who can beat Barack Obama. Savage didn’t bother explaining why Romney seems unable to beat Newt.

This begs the question: Why would we ever think a candidate the people refuse to support in the primaries—Romney—will be able to beat Obama in the general election?

Bottom line: Savage is “out of touch,” or at least that’s how "the great one," Mark...