This New York Times (yeah, I know ... sheesh!!!) article addresses how Lord Bush met with some top talk radio propagandists - Neal Boortz, Sean Hannity, Michael "Crybaby" Medved, Laura Ingraham and Mike Gallagher - and "explained" his reasoning for decisions on the "terra war," pro-illegal immigration and other critical issues for neo-cons.
Yep, Lord Bush had to get these "talkers" to rally the neo-con shock troops to support the dictator-lordship's decrees. While the Times noted the filthy Michael Savage, they didn't note caveman warrior Alex Jones who is ACTUALLY a true conservative and patriot.
While I despise all the names (except Jones, who I have the utmost respect for) above, Medved is particularly awful. And I speak from experience, because I interviewed him for a Texas newspaper and he was the biggest whiner I've ever met!
Writes Times reporter Jim Rutenberg: "On his Web site, Mr. Medved wrote how Mr. Bush spoke about his commitment to his immigration plan in terms of the fight against terrorism. He said the president made a case that if he were to give in to conservative complaints, “the nation’s enemies (and the rest of the world) would take away the belief that the president could be bullied, prodded, overwhelmed and intimidated.”
What the hell?!?!? Did you read that Orwellian paragraph? Medved says on his site, according to Rutenberg, that Lord Bush won't listen to true conservatives because to do so would be giving in to the terr'ists. This is how crazy-upside/down-insane things have become. At least we know the neo-cons are on the ropes. As Alex Jones just said, "I smell blood."