Saturday, October 15, 2005

Still more from the WTF Department:

On the October 14 broadcast of his daily radio show, right-wing radio host Neal Boortz stated that if the country is faced with an impending national disaster, it should make it a higher priority to save rich Americans rather than poor Americans.

I'm serious about that, folks. You see, that's the kind of thing that's going to end up in news stories: "Neal Boortz said that in times of disaster we should save the rich people first." Well, hell, yes, we should save the rich people first. You know, they're the ones that are responsible for this prosperity. I mean, you go out there and you look at this vast sea of evacuees, OK? You want to get an economy going in some city? Well, who you gonna take back? The people who own businesses? Or the people that sit around waiting to get their minimum wage job, work 'til Friday, get a paycheck and then not show up again until the following Wednesday? Come on. Just put a little logical thought into this, folks.

A wave to Blogenfreude at Agitprop for bringing this, um, er priveleged radio buckfush's [cretin] message to light.

Also worth a read, Just Ain't Right regarding the Nobel...
I ask, what could possibly be wrong with winning the most world-recognized prize for using your noggin to enrich thousands of folks minds and lives?

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