The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney

30 September 2005

Stepping Up The Attacks

MALLOY PUSHES VIOLENCE

Suggests Attacking GOP Blogger Mark Noonan



Proving Air America Radio's Randi Rhodes doesn't have an extremism monopoly, the otherwise deadly dull fellow host Mike Malloy has called for violence against a conservative blogger.

On Thursday's show, Malloy recommended Mark Noonan be physically assaulted over "Do Democrats Want a Civil War", a piece he wrote for the BlogsForBush website.

BlogsForBush has the audio here.

Hearing Malloy for the first time, some conservatives today are expressing surprise that liberal talk radio, aside from these occasional, bizarre outbursts, could possibly be so dry and boring.

Used to entertaining and informative programming from the likes of Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity and others, right-leaning talk listeners no doubt would find Air America's NPR-style delivery terribly dull.

Try sitting through a whole hour of Jerry Springer's Air America radio program some time, if you truly need a dose of snooze radio. It has even less energy than Malloy's program.

Again, don't expect the mainstream media and liberal blog sites to honestly address this kind of rhetoric. They're too busy pounding away at conservative host Bill Bennett (more on this today) to deal with their own side's loose cannons.

21 Comments:

  • Loser said:
    They're such sneaky little weasels at AAR. This letter makes it seem as though Lampher is leaving the show to write her book.

    I think you might be the sneaky little weasel here, Loser. Why did you selectively quote from the statement? Why did you exclude the following?

    "Her deadline in mid-January is unusually aggressive and necessitates an almost immediate departure so that she can begin procrastinating in earnest."

    And,

    "Her first broadcast as best-selling author should take place sometime next spring."

    Really...I'm interested in why you excluded these parts of the statement.

    By PhilM, at 9:47 AM

    The letter say she's leaving, not going on hiatus. Will her 1st broadcast as a bestselling author be on AAR? The letter certainly doesn't make it clear.

    By Blogger LibsRlosers, at 30 September, 2005 16:09  

  • Mike Malloy is just a bitter failed actor. Like so many liberal "artists," he can't handle that the public hasn't recognized his scary and doesn't want to support his art. Too bad.

    By Blogger LibsRlosers, at 30 September, 2005 16:13  

  • Of Brian's last seven blog posts, six have exclusively focused on Air America. I thought this was supposed to discuss the talk radio industry, as a whole.

    For the life of me, I can't understand why AA gets conservatives like Brian so worked up. It's a small fish in a huge talk radio pond, but conservatives seem to feel even its very existence is offensive. Apparently there is no room for a diversity of programming...

    By Blogger Justin, at 30 September, 2005 16:18  

  • Justin you are sooo correct! Its amusing.

    By Blogger Iraq War Veteran, at 30 September, 2005 17:15  

  • Will her 1st broadcast as a bestselling author be on AAR? The letter certainly doesn't make it clear.

    Yeah... right, Loser. It's only a statement from a radio network that is indicating that her next broadcast will be in the spring. It couldn't possibly be THAT network. Is this the only way you can make your points? By misrepresenting statements like these?

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 30 September, 2005 17:30  

  • Here are some brilliant quotes from Hunter that are perfect for you stupid wing-nuts who are now faux-crying over Malloy. Your world is caving in.

    "You poor, hollow, blood-painted clowns."

    "Welcome to the world of the politics of personal destruction, you tubthumping, chin-jutting, Bush humping gits. Welcome to the nasty and partisan world that Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Hugh Hewitt, Grover Norquist, Newt Gingrich, Tom DeLay, and a legion of insignificant lowest-rung toadies like yourselves nurtured into fruition daily with eager, grubby hands, and now look upon with dull-faced faux horror."

    "So don't give me chest-thumping crap about civil wars, if your politicians are indicted. Don't give me visions of a lake of fire, if all those who find you loathsome refuse to suck at your teats of scientific ignorance in the name of religion, racism in the name of freedom, and corruption in the name of the New World Order."

    "Get used to the world YOU have created, and the stench your worshipped heroes have unleashed."

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 30 September, 2005 17:42  

  • A bit tedious, yes, but thouroughly enjoyable

    Hi Brian:
    I see you're too embarassed to respond to the fact that I am publicly mocking your pathetic credentials, as such, I am reprinting my post from the previous thread in the unlikely event anyone reads this post.

    Incidentally, I regret someone beat me to the punch in commenting on your complaint that the author of the Time piece you boast about so proudly in your bio was actually a left wing hatchett man.

    Sweet lord, you are both the most desperate and entertaining thing i've seen in a long time.

    -----------------------------------
    I understand why you are so proud of this Time article that you're mentioned in.

    It's entitled:

    Austin Nevada: Conspiracy USA, in the middle of nowhere where the highway is empty it all fits together.

    "The drive-time talk jock (out here it's always drive time) is the inflammatory Brian Maloney, who makes Rush Limbaugh sound like Alan Alda. Maloney tends to open his monologues with the question that prefaces most conspiracy rants: "Don't you find it interesting that...?" For Maloney, who preaches that President Clinton is an "agent of influence" for the Chinese, there seems to be no such thing as a meaningless coincidence or a truthful politician. When a caller nominates Charlton Heston for Speaker of the House, it is not a joke."

    It really does all fit together doesn't it. You loon. /laughter

    p.s. you should also listen to morning sedition on AAR- you won't believe what they're saying these days

    By Blogger SEDER, at 30 September, 2005 17:56  

  • I'm not sure what many of the other comments here are about but as for the topic of the post, isn't there some kind of recourse for Mark? I would think it would be illegal to recommend violence against an individual over the air waves. But then again that didn't stop Randi Rhodes from promoting the assassination of President Bush.

    It is amusing on the other hand to see the far left wing kook fringe implode. A couple more losses in the upcoming elections should make that implosion complete.

    By Blogger RUMPLEMINTZ, at 30 September, 2005 18:37  

  • The stress of imminent financial collapse must be getting to them.

    By Blogger V the K, at 30 September, 2005 19:08  

  • I'm not sure what many of the other comments here are about but as for the topic of the post, isn't there some kind of recourse for Mark? I would think it would be illegal to recommend violence against an individual over the air waves.

    You faux-crying wing-nut wimps. If Michael Weiner err... Savage is still walking the streets, I'm positive Malloy has absolutely nothing to worry about.

    It is amusing on the other hand to see the far left wing kook fringe implode. A couple more losses in the upcoming elections should make that implosion complete.

    And Tinkerbell is coming over for dinner tonight, wing-nut. You want a real-world implosion: Bush at less than 40% and sinking, a 100,000+ march against the war versus 500- who rally for it, then there is Tom DeLay, Bill Frist, Jack Abramoff, David Safavian, Timothy Flanigan, Michael Brown, Bob Taft, Randy Cunningham, Ernie Fletcher, and George Ryan. Then Karl Rove and Scooter Libby next month. Yep, your rotten stinking house of cards is falling in.

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 30 September, 2005 19:15  

  • 22 votes in the Senate?

    ha ha ha ha

    Hey, Seder, remind me again what it is you guys are the majority of.

    ha ha ha ha

    By Blogger Tom C, at 30 September, 2005 21:33  

  • Brian, your posting on liberal incitements to violence sure seems to have brought out the liberal trolls. Lord, what a vile bunch of swine.

    Curiously, they don't sound all that different from the "peace and love" creeps that I knew back in the sixties.

    By Blogger pst314, at 30 September, 2005 21:38  

  • a 100,000+ march against the war versus 500- who rally for it,

    By PhilM, at 7:15 PM

    That speaks to my assertion that most liberals, especially you, are unemployable and have way too much free time on their hands.

    In addition, you allegedly had 500,000 last August in New York. How'd that work out in November, you stopped up toilet of a human being?

    By Blogger LibsRlosers, at 30 September, 2005 22:46  

  • Do any of these left wing lunatics ever read a poll or ever look at an airiel shot of that anti American march?

    As every clear thinking individual knows the demographics for the Gallup poll that put Bush's approval rating at 40% was 36% democrats 30% Republicans and 34% Independent. We all know that the actual makeup is 37% R, 37% d, and 26% I. While that puts Bush's actual approval rating at 46% it's still not all that good so why do liberals have to lie? I also wonder if these fringe elements think Bush is going to run for a third term?

    Anyone who so the photos of the anti American march could tell that at it's height they had no more than 10,000 and that's being generous.

    By Blogger RUMPLEMINTZ, at 30 September, 2005 22:58  

  • That speaks to my assertion that most liberals, especially you, are unemployable and have way too much free time on their hands.

    Well, there is certainly going to be quite a number of GOP jail-birds who are going to have a lot of time of their hands. And I doubt that Michael Brown will ever be able to find employment again.

    In addition, you allegedly had 500,000 last August in New York. How'd that work out in November, you stopped up toilet of a human being?

    Honest people all around this country put their trust in GWB and the GOP. And what happened? Now all that those trusting folks can smell is the fetid stench of criminal corruption coming out of this villainous government. No wonder their approval of Bush and this GOP Congress is now so low... you putrid pile of dog-turd.

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 30 September, 2005 23:52  

  • p.s. you should also listen to morning sedition on AAR- you won't believe what they're saying these days

    Got to check it out. Plus Maron's been quite the man about town recently. What with appearances on Conan and now this regular Good Morning America deal. And every time the Marx do a morning remote, they seem to pick up a bigger crowd.

    This Malloy deal is much about nothing. One can't help but get wound up after reading that tour-de-force that Hunter posted at DailyKos.

    By Blogger WHT, at 01 October, 2005 00:31  

  • This is a good example of how violence begets violence. Mark Noonan threatens Civil War and Malloy threatens his person. Both are persons on the fringe.

    By Blogger Human, at 01 October, 2005 13:28  

  • Yeah, right. Some stupid wing-nut sitting in his basement in Kansas City sees some photos on Yahoo and declares...

    Anyone who so the photos of the anti American march could tell that at it's height they had no more than 10,000 and that's being generous.

    ... when every wire service quoted the DC Police (who had to provide resources on the ground for that day) estimate of over 100,000.

    Gee, I wonder who I should believe.
    Lying wing-nut? Or the DC Police?
    Err... I'm gonna have to go with the DC Police on this one.

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 01 October, 2005 19:21  

  • libs.... schmibs
    cons.... schmons

    how boring to reduce everything to us/them... good/bad... and how simplistic... truly only simple minds can take these rants seriously.

    Limbaugh and Malloy... both are blithering bags of hot air and non intellectualism. Both are irritants and clowns and play to the lowest common denominators. People who need to identify with a team need a RUSH to validate their existence. How stupid!

    But this Brian Maloney actually thinks that being compared to Rush Limbo is a compliment and something to brag about...???

    pathetic. truly pathetic.

    somewhere there is a rich debate about principles and human values.

    not on malloy and not on RUSH the TUSH. let them both descend back into the bowels of the earth from whence they came.

    By Blogger R Paul, at 01 October, 2005 20:13  

  • I wouldn't call Mike Malloy low-key or boring. I'd call him nuts, kinda like a street person who you know is just winding himself up to start screaming.

    justin: Personally I don't get wound up about AAR, but I do get wound up about the MSM coverage (or lack thereof) it receives.

    If you really wanted to hurt AAR, you might want to try using "liberal" rules about hate speech, advocating violence, etc. against them. Malloy may have violated some FCC rule or perhaps even a real law.

    By Blogger LonewackoDotCom, at 03 October, 2005 00:11  

  • That speaks to my assertion that most liberals, especially you, are unemployable and have way too much free time on their hands.

    Well, there's that, and the fact that left-wingers have organizations like Move-On, Code Pink, and ANSWER for whom protesting is their full-time "job." And, you look at the pictures from the protest and see a lot old, retired hippies and trustafarian college kids. Meanwhile, most conservatives have to earn a living in the real world.

    By Blogger V the K, at 03 October, 2005 07:46  

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