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April 19, 2009

Interview of Norm the Man that CNN's Vile Susan Roesgen Verbally Attacked

Mark Levin interview with Norm, the guy "interviewed" by Susan Roesgen

Wild Thing's comment.........

She was bullying this guy verbally and her body language was threatening as well, especially to someone holding a baby.

Good interview of Norm in the video by Mark Levin.

Posted by Wild Thing at April 19, 2009 01:55 AM


Mark Levin does a good job.

I got a question, open to anyone, I was listening to Michael Savage on Friday. He lit into Rush, Hannity and Beck. I mean he tore them a new one. I've heard Levin refer to him as the 'Weener' and he had nothing good to say about Savage. After listening and it was only because I was on a short trip and didn't bother to change it. My wife told me about this same thing two weeks ago.

I would think it quite counterproductive for one, who is supposedly, on our side.

Yet I've never heard Rush, Sean or Glen say anything negative about him. Maybe he just isn't worth the time.

Posted by: Mark at April 19, 2009 01:54 PM

I sure like Levin, he doesn't mince words. I take them all with a grain of salt however.

LMAO Mark, I've listened to Savage on and off for years, I think his heart is in the right place but he lets his mouth ramble too much. His ego gets in the way when other hosts are perceived as getting better ratings he goes on a rant against them, his downfall is his own delusions of grandeur. He often attacks Bill O'Reilly.

Posted by: Jack at April 19, 2009 04:03 PM

Mark, I never have either...heard the others saying anything negative about Savage. I heard him several
times over the years, maybe 7 or 8 times spread out
over the years.I think he is jealous of the others.It is
too bad they all can add and help our side.

I remember how he went after Ann Coulter and
kept calling her a neo-Nazi.

What I noticed the few times I heard him was
that Savage talked about his multiple degrees
and how smart he was in a serious way, and
when Rush talks about how great he is he says
it in tongue in cheek.

Savage financially suppported Jerry Brown
(Democrat) in Calif. in 2006 and even
campaigned for him on his radio show. Since
I had lived in Calif. for so many years to
find out Savage was backing Brown was not

Savage may take on some things the others
don't ( like the Obama birth certificate)
but the others make more strides in what they have
done and how much they have helped promote being
a conservative. Michael Savage’s great weakness
is his anger. Uncontrolled, it runs amok. Whereas
Rush goes for the jugular while educating and adds
in humor along the way.

Rush does more prep for his show then any other
talk show and I think Savage knows it and is too lazy
to do this himself.

Rush is real, his positions are as much a
part of him as the air he breathes. Savage's positions
are an affectation and his screaming seems to be
part of his show.

I agree Mark, this kind of thing is counterproductive.

Posted by: Wild Thing at April 20, 2009 12:18 AM

Jack,"his downfall is his own delusions of grandeur"...I agree.

Posted by: Wild Thing at April 20, 2009 12:27 AM

Norm is a man after my own heart!! I'm also reading "Vindicating Lincoln" at the moment too. I highly recommend it.

I haven't listened to Savage very much for the past few years so I don't know much about what he says - I prefer Rush and Levin. It's too bad when egos get in the way of our voice. Happens alot tho.

Posted by: yankeemom at April 20, 2009 08:16 AM