msuNdc saidEnlightened in what?
How to be a hateful person and call people sluts or stereotype every black person as looking like a criminal.
Or my favorite
"Holocaust?" Ninety million Indians? Only four million left? They all have casinos -- what's to complain about?
Rush provides no insight into anything really. He just rants about stuff and gets his base fired up.
Glad his revenue is up from tractor and soda sales ads, the stereotype of his type of audience is blatantly true.
Thought I'd hear from you pretty quickly when I used that word. Let's say just as enlightened as listening to Lawrence O'Donnell or Ed Schultz.
Edit: and in what little early morning radio listening I do, I generally don't listen to Rush.
I much prefer Glenn Beck.
I don't know who they are but if they are the liberal Rush then I never will listen to them either.
Shittin me? MSNBC. I thought you'd be all over that.
MSNBC is not the equivalent to the liberal Rush. Way off. Rachel Maddow alone has more integrity than any of the talking heads on Fox. The only one who comes close is Shep Smith. The others are lightyears behind.
You ever ACTUALLY listen to Fox? Give it a try, you may like it.
I've seen clips. Fox & Friends, O'Reilly, Beck (when he was on the air), Sean Hannity, Megan Kelly—it's a three-ring circus.
Like I said, the only one who comes across as sensible is Shep Smith.
How 'bout Bob Beckel? How bout Juan Williams? Plenty of 'fair and balanced' on Fox.
Name more. Seriously. MSNBC also has commentators who are conservative. So they would be just as 'fair and balanced.'
And Juan Williams is an idiot.
Nuttin like a little name calling to prove a point.
Fine, excuse the name calling. But the point is that the personalities on MSNBC aren't just liberals. There are conservatives who regularly appear on the network.
So, according to your logic, shouldn't you consider them fair and balanced as Fox?
I can assure you .... I don't watch MSNBC.
Ok, but that doesn't matter
Again, the point is, by your logic, you should be considering MSNBC to be 'fair and balanced' too because the network doesn't only feature liberal commentators, but conservative ones too.