> I'm just curious, has anyone else been able to catch
> Cincinnati's 1530 AM WCKY in Central Alabama. I've been able
> to pick it up in the evenings for a couple of months now. At
> times, it actually comes in better than Nashville's 1510 AM
> This was my first chance to check out AAR. I must say, it's
> scary to see how many feel. To hear one host continuosly
> call President Bush and "Papa Bush" sons of a B****es on air
> is just pathetic.
> Another (white) host even mentioned how he has used the
> "n-word" in racial jokes (because he says that no ethnicity
> is safe from his humor), turns around and says that the
> tragedy in New Orleans was due to a racist response from the
> Give me a break, politically, I fall somewhere in the middle
> of the road depending on the issues. But the venom that is
> being spit from the mouths of these guys is far worse any of
> the crud Rush has brought to the table.
> I'm was just wondering if anyone else has listened.
Easier to listen online.
WCKY probably puts the best AAR signal into Alabama, but 680 in Memphis and WWAA-1690 in Atlanta come in fine also.
And yes, they are definitely bringing the venom right now. I'm curious to what they'll be able to bring to the table post-2008 when we most likely will see an administration compatible with their views. They've put all their eggs into being the opposition, something conservative hosts were smart enough to avoid during the Clinton years.