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  •  Not true (0+ / 0-)

    Many only point was that the Rush boycott was having the unintended consequence of impacting all of AM radio, including progressive talk and music.

    "let's talk about that"

    by VClib on Mon Jun 11, 2012 at 01:16:49 PM PDT

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    •  And, as the diarist respectfully asked of you (0+ / 0-)

      to please provide evidence to support this.

      I have no bias here. Convince me if you can with the facts.

      Both parties are beholden to their corporate sponsors. The Democratic Party deigns to throw us a few bones from the table on which to gnaw and squabble over, but it's just kabuki.

      by ozsea1 on Mon Jun 11, 2012 at 01:56:39 PM PDT

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      •  going back to my original comment (1+ / 0-)
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        I wrote that I had read (not that I had proof) that the Rush boycott was having a broader impact on AM radio. You followed with a comment accusing me of being Palin like. I provided a link to the first item I had read on this topic which happened to be a DKOS diary. Remember the context, people were pondering why Ed and Hannity would join up opposing boycotts and my comment was a possible answer, because they are both likely losing ad revenue.

        I have no desire to go look for actual data because I don't care why Ed and Hannity are together on this or how much the Rush boycott is impacting AM radio. I was just tossing out a possible answer, for those who posed the question.

        "let's talk about that"

        by VClib on Mon Jun 11, 2012 at 02:16:59 PM PDT

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        •  I listen to the Ed Show daily (1+ / 0-)
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          Not always easy on the ears sometimes.

          Ed has spoken at some length on this topic; however, he has made no mention of this:

          because they are both likely losing ad revenue.
          Hey, conjecture is fine. But the Palinesque statement of yours was, quite frankly, uncharacteristic of you. You strike me as someone who operates in the reality-based world.

          That we don't often agree is irrelevant to that impression.

          Have a good evening.

          Both parties are beholden to their corporate sponsors. The Democratic Party deigns to throw us a few bones from the table on which to gnaw and squabble over, but it's just kabuki.

          by ozsea1 on Mon Jun 11, 2012 at 05:25:45 PM PDT

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