Who are the Dickey brothers and why do they hate the conservative movement?
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One can only marvel at Dickey saying that the leftist attacks on Rush led by Media Matters have provided the Dickeys and Huckabee with a “real opportunity” that would be “very helpful.” As if this wasn’t dumb enough as a sure-fire way to alienate a prospective conservative audience, Dickey plowed on by saying that “…on the plus side, it’s going to really be very helpful to us with our new show launch.”
Wow. How politically inept is that? Media Matters supplies the template for what is going to be acceptable conservative talk radio in the eyes of the far-left…and the Dickey brothers plunk down the cash!
Message to conservatives: Media Matters loves Mike Huckabee! And the New York Times hasn’t loved a “conservative” with such fervor since it regularly lathered over the pre-2008 John McCain. Speaking of which, when will Cumulus sign RINO devotee Megan McCain?
It would be impossible to end without taking note of Governor Huckabee’s gleeful reaction to the Fluke episode (which, by the way, in the end has boosted Rush’s audience between 10% and 60% across those various 600-plus stations. His listeners of 23 years rallied for Rush in a major backlash.)
Said the Governor: ”I’m not a person who would call anyone by names that would cause my late mother to come out of her grave and slap me to the floor.”
But one suspects if Rush Limbaugh had been Governor of Arkansas instead of Mike Huckabee — Governor Limbaugh would never have pardoned Maurice Clemmons.
Then again, that would have meant more confrontation and less conversation.
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