I do not think Sykes or Belling (or Limbaugh or any of those other national gasbags) are going to be locked out of this election. I do believe that even if the GOP nominee ends up being Huck-I'm-A-Believer or McCain, these squawkers will be doing their locksteps right along with this candidate. They will weasel out of their words and condemnations of that same person that they had been spewing all year long. This is because the talk squawkers are that two-faced and hypocritical. They follow opinions of the Republican base more than any politician could or would.
They might criticize the Republican more than usual, but they make up for this by being unusually hypercritical of the Democratic candidate, criticizing everything about that person, to the point that some people may call for actions by the parent companies due to the extreme hyperboles and prejudice that will be exhibited.
Sure enough, as fate would have it, I had several appointments this morning, and while driving between them, I thought I'd listen to Charlie and see if he would give me something to write on.
He did his usual daily routine about how terrible Senator Clinton and Senator Obama are, and trashing them for the better part of an hour apparently.
But what was really fascinating, was that in the last half hour of his show, he claimed to be still a supporter of Rudy Giuliani, but that he didn't expect him to win. He stated that he thought if he couldn't vote for Mr. 9/11, then he could vote for McCain. After spending several weeks trashing McCain, Sykes starts in on how McCain was the conservative's conservative on many issues, like the war.
You know, Charlie, it is pretty sad, when you're so hypocritical that it becomes predictable.