The free marketplace at work. If FBN did not get the listeners, it should be dropped. No issue there.
I would be curious to see how the "Left" channel compares to the "Right" channel on XM concerning listeners. I listen to "Right" all the time, and occasionally tune in "Left" to hear Malloy rant. He reminds me of what extreme liberalism really is.....
XM talk is about all that is left to listen to these days. As I tell my teenagers, "real" music died after the '70's, and since then there has not been any music worth listening to.
Sam, you are a glowing example of an angry liberal. You simply HAD to resort to personal attacks, didn't you? Wouldn't it have accomplished the same end result by simply stating you prefer not to listen to conservative talk radio?
Liberals do themselves great harm when they constantly resort to personal attacks....especially when it does not contribute to anything worth while.
Your anger at the fact that liberal talk radio (Air America, et al) simply cannot succeed at any level is duly noted.
However, your envy at that fact is a little sad.
No more young people voted in 2008 than did in 2004.
In 2004, Bush won 50% of the popular vote. In 2008, Obama won 52% of the popular vote.
I listen to conservative talk radio every day, and I have never heard anything from it that would remotely hit "racist" or "homophobic".
Troll equals anyone that does not tow the liberal line.
Still, in 2004, Bush won 50% of the popular vote. In 2008, Obama won 52% of the popular vote.
Conservatives are color-blind. We look at the individual, not "class" or "race". Obama is the least qualified person ever elected to the nation's highest office, and it has nothing to do with the color of his skin.
And, to a liberal, anyone and everyone that does not embrace the homosexual lifestyle is a "homophobe".
If Franken legitimately gets the most votes, he deserves to win. I have no problem with that.
What is the issue? I think the key word is "legitimately".
The fact that Republicans only get 4%-5% of the black vote every election illustrates the fact conservatives look at individuals and not groups.
That shows honor for conservatives and something else for those that vote based solely on race issues.
What "civil rights" question is there that has not been addressed already by the Bill of Rights?
I would love to see that debate as well.
Conservatives debate based upon facts and logic, liberals debate based upon emotion.
Again, skin color has no place in any political debate. Unless you look at the fact Johnson got the Civil Rights Act passed because of the Republicans...
Of course, my side does not have a sitting Senator that is the ex KKK head......
George Wallace, Robert Byrd, and Lester Maddox were republicans?
Again, Claudo. For several years you and I debate on this board, you simply cannot resist slipping into a religious discussion.
I have told you for years that I will not discuss religion.
Wallace, Maddox and Bryd have always been democrats.
Claudo, you know we "disowned" Duke immediately.