Thursday, November 13, 2008

It's not just Limbaugh and Hannity

Beyond the echelon of widely known conservative radio hosts with national audiences lies a vast network of lesser-known syndicated and regional radio hosts who have become key components of an echo chamber for conservative talking points and falsehoods. Like their better-known counterparts, these syndicated and regional radio hosts have played active roles this election season in promoting falsehoods and smears in an all-out effort to foment hate and distrust among their listeners for the senator who is now president-elect.

Bill Cunningham
"Obama wants to gas the Jews."

Chris Baker
"I don't think homeless people should vote"; "I'm not that excited about women voting."

Quinn & Rose
"Gay sex produces AIDS."

Lee Rodgers
"With that screechy, fingernails-on-the-blackboard voice of hers, it is impossible for Hillary Clinton to deliver a great speech"

Mark Belling
"When you think of Hillary Clinton what do you think -- what word comes to mind? Yes, can I use that word here? All right, it's who bitches the most."

Neal Boortz
"Let's ask Obama how many prayer rugs he has."

Jon Caldara
On Hillary Clinton's performance in a debate: "This -- was it fair to say this woman got bitch-slapped tonight?"

Dan Caplis
On photo of Obama in African attire: "the kind of garb you often see Osama bin Laden in"

Mark Levin
"For now on, it's the National Organization of Really Ugly Women"

G. Gordon Liddy
"Obama is counting on the urban elites and the welfare class to win the state for him. But he's putting on a show for the rest of Pennsylvania."

"Gunny" Bob Newman
On Obama: "You're a far-left, terrorist-hugging politician, not the bad-boy gangsta you want people to believe you are."

Michael Savage
"I'll tell you what autism is. In 99 percent of the cases, it's a brat who hasn't been told to cut the act out."

(Warning: there's pics of some these bloviating morons. Wow. I guess irrational hate makes one ugly. That makes sense.)

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