|Quoting UAL757 (Reply 5):|
Maybe now when he cries, I can watch the whole scene without being interrupted by some pointless commercial.
Talk about the issue at hand, don't punch below the belt. He was talking about his daughter who has cerebral palsy, and I'm sure before, during, and after her birth it was very hard on him and his family -- emotionally and monetary. There are things past in my life that when I think about them in depth or talk about them, it makes me tear up. Maybe when you talk about something in front of millions of people live, that really had a HUGE emotional effect on you, you will understand. It's not like he was crying because his car wouldn't start this morning.
-- Back to the topic at hand.
I personally think he is a worm, but, I do agree with most of what he says. I just think he acts a bit weird.
Also, the one thing that can be agreed on, he loves this country with his whole heart and hates to see it go down the wrong direction. I also believe it is going in the wrong direction, but I don't express it in the same ways as he does.
I watch his show every evening and listen to his radio show in the morning.
|Quoting LTBEWR (Reply 7):|
Hopefully we will see an end of this ranting class and instead see more balanced discussions of critical issues of our times.
The Fairness Doctrine, I suppose? Let the free market decide this. The conservative talk shows are dominating over other radio talk shows. If these opinions weren't supported, people would flock to the likes of NPR. Or other liberal radio hosts would be on the air dominating, or sharing a 50/50ish split of the market share. What is fair about shutting up opposing voice?
Unfortunately, I fear for this country and the liberties we have, I fear one day they won't be here.
Lighten up while you still can, don't even try to understand, just find a place to make your stand and take it easy