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June 14, 2005

Stephanie Miller: as salty as a sailor

Howie Kurtz gave Stephanie Miller (heard locally on KTLK 1150 AM) over a page in his WaPo column:
...As recently as 2000, Miller hosted a popular show on L.A.'s KABC but had trouble getting syndicated, and then, she says, "I was fired for being too liberal." (She also says the station didn't like the "racy content" of her show, where she sometimes referred to male callers as "love puppet" and "stud monkey.") There was, she concluded, no place for liberals in a talk radio world dominated by Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity...

Hannity, who once gave her a well-publicized hug, says he's never heard her show. "I've never seen any medium get more attention than liberal talk radio with absolutely no benefit," he says. "There's been more written about liberal talk radio than I've had in my entire career, and I began in 1987."
Because Miller is a "liberal", she can get away with such sexist, anti-male language. Read the rest to see what she thinks Bush could get away with.

Posted in AlsoRans at June 14, 2005 07:54 AM


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