Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Boortz/Savage, etc.

I was flipping through the radio today caught a few minutes of Neal Boortz and Michael Savage... both had a similar theme -

I was looking for a transcript, couldn't find today's, but it was almost an exact repeat of this piece from a Boortz program in August -

"Let’s wrap this up quickly by pointing out that in Obama’s own books he speaks of his gravitation toward Marxist student groups and professors during his undergraduate college years at Occidental.  It is there that a man by the name of John Drew (now a PhD political scientist) encountered the young Obama and, according to Drew, convinced him that the communist revolution Obama envisioned would never happen in this country due to the presence of a strong middle class.  Drew writes that their conversations resulted in Obama dedicating himself to transforming the United States to a Marxist economy through political activism rather than encouraging a violent overthrow.
There’s that “transform” word again.  
Don’t forget also that when Barack Obama made the decision to formally announce his entry into the political world – he chose the warmth and cozy confines of the living room of two dedicated Marxists, Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dhorn, as the venue for his political debutant ball."  


They both then ranted on Obama's tax proposals that would raise taxes on people who MAKE OVER A MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR! (Not those with assets that would on paper make them millionaires, as widely reported) - 1 in 6 families have incomes of less than 22K a year, but to raise the effective tax rate to the levels of the 90's, when our economy was booming, on folks who make 1M a year, according to these extremist is all part of Obama's great plan to start a communist revolution. 

Perhaps the saddest part of all of this - Boortz "is ranked seventh in overall listeners, with 4.25+ million per week"  "The Savage Nation has an audience of 8 to 10 million listeners on 400 stations across the United States, making it the 3rd most listened to radio talk show in the country"

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