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(AUDIO) Huckabee Discusses New Show



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(2/10/2012 1:56:59 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Make sure they get the show up on XM Sirius satellite so we can listen when we're on the road, without missing a show!
- Arnie Jackson
(2/10/2012 11:45:10 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Hopefully, Huckabee can mitigate some of the spewing, foaming hatred that oozes forth from Mr. Limbaugh and those who want to share in his fortune by emulating him. Rush bears a great deal of responsibility for the abominable shape of our political discourse in this country. The stations that cheerfully run him share in that blame. Here's hoping hundreds of stations will replace him with Huckabee.
- L.B. Walker
(2/9/2012 8:11:45 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Just don't go calling Rush "a beast of a man" as it might hurt his feelings and get your sorry ass canned a la Kaplan.
Seems Freedom of Speech is purely an internet phenomena.
"Mercy! I bin 'Kaplanned'!"

- Ronald T. Robinson
(2/9/2012 3:07:32 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Is there any chance that Radio Ink could use a photo of Rush Limbaugh the way he appears today? Fat and ogre-like? Please...the photo above must have been taken at the end of his most recent diet just before his most recent marriage. He's put the weight back on and the hatred he has for anyone who expresses views the opposite of his has distorted his face with rage. Pictures of Rush Limbaugh the way he really looks today abound on the internets.
- Laurence Glavin
(2/9/2012 1:54:29 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Cumulus and smart programming decisions? John Dickey couldn't program his way out of the silk stocking he was born in but they are the best at "me too for less" I think Huckabee is great, it's a shame he has any affiliation with Cumulus.
- Ernesto
(2/9/2012 10:48:13 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Once again Cumulus launches a product based on "cheaper" as opposed to quality. As John Dickey said in the New York Times, “Because the show is new, it will be far cheaper for stations to pick up than Mr. Limbaugh’s, which commands a high base fee from stations."
Cheap is short term. It's a great plan if your only goal is to cut expenses but when are you going to begin considering the value of the consumers time?

- Jeff McCarthy
(2/9/2012 9:58:36 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
To paraphrase Mad Magazine, "Hate vs Hate vs Hate."
- Peter Tripp


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