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Hot Air America, R.I.P.

By Michael J. Smith on Monday October 16, 2006 12:15 PM

Mike Flugennock writes:
Hell, man, I'm surprised you're not doing a piece about Air America going under. I'm surprised you're not camped out to be first in line to buy your seat aboard the ol' Schadenfreude Special. Toot, toot.

Seriously, though; it couldn't have happened to a nicer miserably partisan, insulting to real progressive ideals, practically doing Bush's job for him while doing a miserable imitation of a "progressive" voice in American media, radio network.

Guess they couldn't get back all the real progressive listeners they pissed off and drove off with the infamous Randi Rhodes slagging of the Green Party, Ralph Nader, and anyone else who dared oppose the DP.

Comments (3)

js paine:

here's a scoop for ya
feel free to pass it around...

i'll deny it

my ole pal al franken
(i suspect
recalling our days together
at 30 rock
has suggested
i manage rhandi
in a series of steel cage
texas bull rope test matches

mrs cheney and
ann(e) coulter
have penciled in appearances

i said no ...of course

"not even if i get to wear my beret "

but its a measure of the extremes
these donk info-tainers are now pushed to
by their stale ale


Does Franken go back to doing lisping self-help comedy now? Or does he run for office? And will we be able to tell the difference?

Franken was just in town stumping for Patty Wetterling. The stench DLC mendacity was overwhelming!

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