metta8 saidRush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity Caught Hiring Actors In Radio Fraud
Great claims require great evidence. This is probably far weaker than the initial claims conservatives were to blame for the Giffords attack. Single unnamed source from a charitably described "alternative" news source?
At least we now have a better sense of where you get your news from metta...
HERE'S THE EVIDENCE riddler78"
named website;;;THEIR OWN!!!!!
"This revelation was unintentionally leaked when the company made a marketing announcement on its website about its service, "
Now we have even a better sense that YOU riddlere78 don't read...and just post gobbledygook GOP hack/spew faux crap talkingpoints.
Heh sorry to burst your little bubble, I don't actually consider most of the rantings here to be of particular importance and I didn't bother reading the subsequent responses to this thread - and surprise surprise, I didn't bother to read the follow up.
On that note, did you bother to actually read what they posted? Thought not, because beyond the speculation, their own website as you point out, they don't list the shows if either of Hannity or Limbaugh used the service (and I'm guessing they don't - considering the volume of people they have to choose from to talk to). That being said, my issue with the original posting stands: with great claims require great evidence - particularly since the site even alleges that the fraud was illegal. Further, my point was the reference for the claim was a dubious one at best.
While literacy and reason may not be your strong suits, hopefully you have more relevant things to say next time. I'm guessing you won't, but at the same time, if I don't respond to you, please understand that it's not so much that I think you're right - because judging by the quality of your comments to date, I probably don't. It's simply I just don't care enough to respond.