Sunday, February 3, 2013

D.C. "Conservative" Station Shuts Down Political Speech on Gun Rights

A Washington, D.C., conservative radio station has refused to sell airtime for a political statement from the writer-actor-singer who performed for years as television’s Buck Howdy – deeming it too “controversial.”

“How sad that we live in a time when a message supporting the Constitution is deemed too controversial,” Grammy-winning musician Steve Vaus, creator of the Buck Howdy character, told WND today.

He has recorded a song that defies those advocating gun confiscation with one of the slogans of the Texas Revolution, “Come and take it.”

6 comments:

  1. Mal was bought a few years back. The new owners are first class dip shits. The first thing they did was fire Chris Plante, the AM morning fellow, with no notice, and replaced him with Blow Scarboro, and Brezenskis spawn. I Emailed the program director the written finger and turned them off. Some months later, I got a response from the station that Chris was coming back... Guess those ratings sucked huh? Now they dumped Coast 2 coast for some much less"edgy" show, and John Batchelor...(Evidently just a slot to play all the PSAs)Sadly, this is the only "major" conservative radio in the DC area. There is another, but I think they use a walkie talkie to broadcast. with. They WILL hear from me tomorrow.

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    1. They WILL hear from me tomorrow.

      :) Talk about cutting off your nose to spite your face.

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  2. Yeah, they are like the Ditzy Chicks... talk about not knowing just who your audience is. Still, I think the problem is really the corporate ownership, not the locally sourced employees.

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  3. Like I said above, I aim to find out. Monday.

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