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US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by bIG bLOGGER on 8 May 2009 3:01pm
 
Popular 67 year-old veteran US radio broadcaster and author,(Doctor) Michael Savage,whose radio show "Savage Nation" is aired from San Francisco and is followed by up to 10 million Americans,making him the 3rd most-listened-to US DeeJay after Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity,was taken aback this week on hearing his name had been placed on an official United Kingdom Home Office List of "Least Wanted People in the UK"--effectively banning him from entering the UK legally,on account of his outspoken views.

He blustered:"This woman (UK Home Secretary Jacqui Smith) is a lunatic. When has this witch ever heard my show? (it's not syndicated in England,and Michael Savage is virtually unknown here) For her to blatantly link me with known Islamic terrorists and Russian skinhead murderers is outrageous. I shall be contacting my lawyers and I will sue her right up to her last day on earth..."
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by kazzzz on 8 May 2009 3:08pm
 
I hope she sues him for slander for calling her a witch:)
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by canaveralgumby on 8 May 2009 6:15pm
 
Have a look at this, it's good:

http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jhtml?videoId=226609&;title=Battle-of-the-Banned
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by peripatetically on 8 May 2009 11:52pm
 
Why is it that foreigners can speak vilely of the USA but Americans can't speak their minds regarding other countries? Double standard, I say. Jon Stewart is a riot. He is well-liked by most people from all political leanings.
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by johnnythemonkey on 9 May 2009 6:22am
 
Americans express their opinion of other countries by dropping high explosives on their kids.
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by peripatetically on 9 May 2009 12:49pm
 
There's always a smart ass who answers like that. Case closed. That remark proves my point.
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by mrsthing on 9 May 2009 4:34pm
 
I don't listen to the shock-jocks and ranters because they get me too upset, which is what they're aiming at, so I don't want to give them the satisfaction.

So I have no clue who the Savage fellow is, but I thought the clip was very funny!
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by canaveralgumby on 10 May 2009 3:51pm
 
Frankly very few people knew of this person until the British Interior Minister made her list and gave him all this free publicity. That is pretty much ALL that is accomplished by calling for boycotts and such.
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by tucsonmike on 10 May 2009 10:45pm
 
It seems like much ado about nothing.
 
Re: US radio host's angry rant:a Savage attack by bIG bLOGGER on 11 May 2009 2:48pm
 
Yes,Cori and Mike,you are indeed right; not a lot is accomplished just by constructing lists. For example,the famous FBI List of "Most Wanted".
Our Home Secretary would be better employed deporting the seriously unpleasant "preachers of hate" who are already HERE,rather than taunting those like Michael Savage who are not even planning to come to Britain.
 
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