The appalling murder of Dr. George Tiller, one of the few physicans in America to abort babies in the last trimester of a woman's pregnancy, is continuing to send shock waves across the country.
Predictably, the far left is accusing conservatives of inspiring "domestic terrorism" because a whack-job with a history of mental instability invaded this man's church and shot him dead as he ushered his fellow congregants.
And now some of these exploiters are teeing up on me.
Alaska Mudflats, a blogger who has consistently mis-reported my statements and echoed the flat-out lies published by Media Matters, a website financed by George Soros, writes today:
"...Although those on the far right don’t like to think that there may be “right wing terrorists,” and even though Keith Olbermann in the clip above doesn’t think advertiser boycotts are particularly effective, at least one major radio advertiser has chosen to distance themselves. And it sounds like they were pretty darned adamant about it….you might say they were being “Ford tough.” Earlier this month, Citadel Media, formerly ABC Radio Networks sent out the following communication to all their affiliated stations:
Ford has requested their copy not air in or adjacent to controversial programming such as Adam Corolla, Love Lines with Dr. Drew, Tom Keykus, Rush Limbaugh, Don Imus, Bubba the Love Sponge, Opie & Anthony, Brian Sussman, Melanie Morgan, Lee Rogers, Tom Brenner, Michael Savage, Mancow, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter and Mark Levin.
It has come to our attention that this advertiser is hearing their copy in Rush and Hannity. If your station is scheduling Ford copy in Rush Limbaugh and/or Sean Hannity or any other advertiser listed above PLEASE DISCONTINUE THIS PRACTICE IMMEDIATELY. [snip]
Please forward this message to any and all personnel involved with the scheduling, producing and/or broadcasting of Citadel Media commercials.
Your adherence to this request is required. Thank you in advance for your cooperation on this very important matter.
Why do I suddenly feel the urge to go test drive a pickup?"
Okay, let's start with the obvious. I haven't been on the air for the past year, so whatever crap Ford may or may not be putting out there is just flat out wrong.
Secondly, I guess that ad executives with Ford don't want to sell their vehicles because by eliminating the audiences of these various shows and their hosts, Ford is distancing itself from some of the most highly educated, wealthy, and discerning audiences who are actually capable of major financial purchases right now.
Free speech? What free speech? Still, I wonder if this report is even true. I have to consider the source.