Dec 18th, 2003, 03:06 PM
375.) "As we approach the year 2004, historians will take note that the divide of the country among political lines is pretty great."
376.) "I would have to put forth that the two main factions of political thinking right now would be the conservative thought and the liberal thought."
377.) "I do realize that libertarians, greens, socialist, and other groups are having a nice go-around right now in our political fields, but they do not have the kind of voice that liberals or conservatives have right now."
378.) "Let’s talk about the biggest idiotic claim that liberals make that would make anyone with… six brain cells would be able to call out as bullshit:"
379.) "Now, I know a lot of you are wondering right now how the people who think there is a conservative media bias have went without mistaking cleaning fluid for fruit juice this long in their life."
380.) "There is a very simple reason for that thought. The reason is because the free market is taking place and what you, the people, want to hear is what is on the radio airwaves."
381.) "they are controversial and say things that may seem like they are on the outskirts of America; they do resonate with a growing amount of the population"
382.) "Man, this idea is so stupid that even thinking about it makes blood shoot out my nose and my IQ drop to about 70 points, which so happens to be the average IQ of a socialism-supporting college student."
383.) "The majority of the population watches CBS, ABC, and NBC because of the lower number ranking on the dial, the fact that they are easily reached on every television in the country, and the fact that they have the most popular shows (by proxy) in the cable land."
384.) "To give you a view of where I lay when it comes to the balance of the news media, I believe Fox News with a right-of-center slant, MSNBC swings between left and right every few days, and I wouldn’t be surprised if your contract to work at CNN had a clause which made you destroy the right turn signal on your car"
385.) "Now, does Fox News + Talk Radio, who reaches a lot of cross-listeners (people who listen to more than one show a day, i.e. Boortz then O’Reilly then Hannity for example) beat out the combined 6 to 7 pm view periods of ABC, NBC and CBS? I doubt it."
386.) "One didn’t have the intelligent to debate a younger, dumber me on the facts (see examples here and here) and the other one has a radio show that is so bad, I would send tapes to my local talk radio station so they would get him on the air here and watch the intelligent people of our great land making him look like the short bus rider he is."