Thursday, May 24, 2007

Out of the mainstream

Mark Belling's impassioned defense of McBride, a victim of the mainstream liberal media, runs off the track a little:

... The bit wasn’t very funny (and is actually a ripoff of something I did years ago) but it’s hardly offensive...

The reason McBride didn’t stand a chance despite the harmlessness of her bit is that she doesn’t have a lot of listeners...
Is Belling someone you'd want in your foxhole?

His rant about the mainstream media's lack of conservative voices is a little hard to swallow, since he acknowledges that Clear Channel, the biggest station owner in America, and the Waukesha Freeman, in which his column appears, both employ lots of conservative commentators. Apparently Clear Channel and the Freeman are out of the mainstream. But we knew that, didn't we?

1 comment:

  1. Yes, this is so very odd. If she did not have listeners, then of course the FREE MARKET would suggest the show SHOULD have been cancelled!

    It is so funny when the right wingers refuse to live by the theories they try to force on everyone else, like the poor, African Americans, immigrants, and so on. Free market theory means that if you cannot sell your product, then you stop selling it. But I guess they don't think that theory should apply to WTMJ.

    But Belling inadvertently admits that was Jessica's problem.