Saturday, January 17, 2009

Q Tips

NPR related comments welcomed.


Woody (Tokin Librul/Rogue Scholar/ Helluvafella!) said...

Why, o, why, Dear Lord, when turned my radio on this morning was there the voice of the Doughy Pantload on there trading 'jibes' with Stephanie Morgan?

What possessed the mavens of mawkishness at NPR to put Lucianne Goldberg's gooey, grotesque get on the radio at all, much less to play him against a really smart, funny person like Stephanie Morgan?

Wasn't there a right-wing comic pundit to bring in? (Well, maybe ther is NOT a comic right-wing pun-turd; I honestly had n ot considered that).

My attention lasted a full 15 seconds, and then i bellowed in outrage--and frightened the dog--and turned on the CD player...

But my gawd! Doughy Pantload? On the RADIO? Early in the MORNING? Have these people NO shame?

larry, dfh said...

Well, at least there will be change at the FCC...And doughy was really lame. Can you imagine, being lied at by a moron?

Anonymous said...

Your job would be much easier if Congress just shut NPR down -- dismantled the entire NPR member station edifice.

Most republicans in Congress would probably be all for it. In fact, not too many years ago, they tried to do just that. If not for the 24/7 self-serving crap urging the listeners to call their reps and "tell they how you feel about public radio" (ie, tell them NOT to shut off the spigot that NPR has been drinking the Koolaid from), the Republicans in Congress would almost certainly have succeeded.

The problem is convincing Democrats that there money is indeed going toward propaganda.