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    Opppssss I misspelled Bill Maher.

  • #2
    Bill Maher: "All religions are stupid."

    quoted for truth

    So Hobo admits Maher is one of the smartest people around.
    Last edited by Guess Who; 09-11-2014, 07:41 PM.


    • #3
      I must have missed the part where he said he was one of the smartest people around.
      Bill does make some good points every once in a while.


      • #4
        Yes , let's count on Maher, who hangs out with hookers, to help formulate opinions.


        • #5
          Originally posted by barryr View Post
          Yes , let's count on Maher, who hangs out with hookers, to help formulate opinions.
          No let's listen to priests and preachers who molest children to help formulate opinions.


          • #6
            Originally posted by TailgateNut View Post
            No let's listen to priests and preachers who molest children to help formulate opinions.
            I think I prefer Barry's suggestion.


            • #7
              Originally posted by barryr View Post
              Yes , let's count on Maher, who hangs out with hookers, to help formulate opinions.
              lol, your stupidity has boundless depth. So, if someone "hangs out with hookers" that automatically makes them incapable of having worthwhile opinions? An awful lot of famous, powerful, and influential men throughout history "hung out with hookers". It's just what powerful men do. Doesn't make it "right", it just is what it is. Sorry to burst your bubble that this world and this country don't have the puritanical history you've been "educated" to believe. Go ahead and stick to the opinions of Rush Limbaugh. His moral character is certainly beyond reproach... (and since you're unable to detect even obvious sarcasm, Limbaugh's moral character is most certainly not beyond reproach)


              • #8
                Rehab Rush's career on life support...

                Sun Jun 14, 2015 at 12:38 PM PDT

                Ring Of Fire Says 'Rush Limbaugh's Career Is On Life Support' - Media Experts Agree

                by Leslie Salzillo

                Ring of Fire, the nationally syndicated American talk radio program hosted by Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Mike Papantonio and Sam Seder, has joined the Rush Limbaugh farewell party. The Ring Of Fire staff reports:
                "Limbaugh’s crumbling career is a perfect storm of departing advertisers, low ratings, and an over-priced, $50 million-a-year syndication fee. Media companies no longer view Limbaugh as a viable investment." "Cumulus Media carried Limbaugh for several years. Recently, the company publicly announced that it would not be continuing business with Limbaugh in major markets. Although Limbaugh wasn’t completely cut out of Cumulus, the company made it known that Limbaugh wasn’t “untouchable” anymore."
                Eric Boelhert, who recently wrote an excellent Media Matters piece on Rush Limbaugh is credited several times in the Ring Of Fire story. Boehlert, who kindly sources a Daily Kos article, realistically and extensively unfolds the Rush Limbaugh demise. It's well worth the read. At one point in his story, Boehlert talks about Limbaugh losing his Republican mojo:
                "That disconnect may be fueling Limbaugh's waning political influence. Once a mighty player whose ring was constantly kissed by Republicans, this campaign season seems to be unfolding with Limbaugh on the sidelines, his clout and his ability to drive the conversation seemingly surpassed by other conservative media players."
                In the same article, and referring to Rush Limbaugh's demotion from WIBC to WNDE, RadioInsight is reported saying:
                “There’s no way iHeartMedia would’ve placed Limbaugh on an owned sports station if the company had any other affiliation options in the market,” said radio-industry reporter RadioInsight. “But when everyone one else says no and you need to save face, options become limited.”
                Ring Of Fire ends their article with a swift double dig:
                "Rush Limbaugh is on the way out, and it can’t happen any sooner. He’s becoming a prehistoric relic, much like his party."
                Ouch. One would think by now the 'relic' Republican Party would have distanced themselves from Rush Limbaugh, if anything, out of embarrassment. Well, more Right Wing pundits are doing just that. Last year, Rick Ungar, a regular on Forbes On Fox, was less than complimentary, saying:
                "At long last, it appears that Rush Limbaugh has run out of steam. I have to acknowledge that I have sensed Rush getting by on fumes for some time now (yes, I tune into his show from time to time to enjoy his broadcasting skills if not his message). However, it was only recently that the world of Limbaugh crossed that thin red line from partially serious to total self-parody and audience deception—a line crossed from which there is often no return."
                Daryl Parks, of the GOP, is relentless in his attacks and shaming of Rush Limbaugh. In a recent March 2015 blog, Parks says:
                "Don’t believe the propaganda. There isn’t a 747 on a tarmac full of advertisers waiting to buy into shows like Rush Limbaugh’s." "And I’m a Republican saying this. It hurts me deeply to witness how talk radio has been taken over by those driven by agenda and not understanding their job descriptions – get listeners, get ratings and make money. The end times are here for today’s talk radio and there’s no going back."

                Whether or not Parks is correct in there being 'no going back' for talk radio, there is no doubt Rush Limbaugh has been the predominant ball and chain of the conservative 'hate parade.' His vile, racist, homophobic, misogynist commentary is finally doing him in. And may I say it's about ****ing time. Much thanks to the hundreds of thousands of activists, boycotters, news/opinion sites, consumers, and every day folks who are fed up and who refuse to give up the fight against Limbaugh's hate speech. Special thanks to those who have been protesting Limbaugh's for decades.


                • #9
                  Where will HoHo go for "news" now?

                  Rush Limbaugh’s Ratings Are In a State Of Complete Collapse

                  I guess there's always Bill O'Reilly.


                  • #10
                    The fat man has sung.


                    • #11
                      Religion is no more silly then love is. It's something you can only feel that is proven only through the actions of humans.

                      Seems silly at times but religion comforts a lot of people through life and into death.


                      • #12
                        I agree Rush is done. He had a great run but the Republican party to survive will swing back towards the middle over then next decades. Rush is more a product of when Repubclians were more in power. Plus people just get sick of the same ole ****. He should do what bands do, retire for about 10 yrs, then do a reunion show.