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Farewell, Mr. Boortz

far2right Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 10:07 AM
Regrettably, his legacy will be that he was too cowardly to make a stand for innocent babies to have the right to live. To hear Neal talk about it, ABOOORTION, is nothing more than clipping one's toe nails. Good riddance to this baby-killing enabler. See ya, Boortzy. Good luck when you meet God.
John in Gwinnett,Ga Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 5:00 PM
Boortz was opposed to turbos making abortion the single focus of debate on government. He never advocated taking the life of anyone other than those that deserve it.

For my money, the single most talented voice in the modern history of talk radio is retiring later this month. Not "one of" the most talented -- the most talented.

Neal Boortz began his career in radio while in college at Texas A&M, but his long stint in commercial radio started as one of the many individuals he would, over the years to follow, continually cut off: opinionated callers. Boortz in the late 1960s was a frequent caller to a local Atlanta talk show, and when the host died unexpectedly, he went from brash caller to brash host.