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02/05/2007

Oh, what a savage thought!

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images  Darrell Blographics Posters SavageConserva-news source NewsMax is reporting that the notoriously gay-unfriendly talk radio host Michael Savage is considering making a bid for the White House.

In a related story, in the slim-to-none chance that Mr. Savage is elected, this writer would like to go ahead and throw his hat in the ring for the noted Cabinet position, Secretary of Curled Up Under A Desk In the Fetal Position While Sobbing and Questioning Humanity.

Sure to be a crowded pool of applicants for that job!

No word on who the savage Mr. Savage has on his shortlist for potential running mates. Though considering he once told a gay man, "You should only get AIDS and die, you pig," we'd imagine he's desperately searching for someone who merely wants gays to "get herpes and itch, you dog." After all, you gotta balance the ticket!

Michael Savage Mulls Presidential Run [NewsMax]

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Your thoughts

Not that I'd ever trust anything only sourced by NewsMax, but I totally think he should run. I want to have his evil little rants broadcast from sea to shining sea.

Because I really think he only has a career because he isn't known well enough. He's a low-level hater creating anger and rage but the majority of people don't even know who he is or what he's doing.

But if his nasty self was broadcast every night on the evening news (as a candidate - not as a President (yikes!)) I think the majority of Americans would instinctively wretch - and maybe, just maybe, reassess their own views.

He's a very bad man. But I think he should have maximum exposure to completely defang him.

Posted by: atari_age | Feb 5, 2007 6:10:40 PM

few people know that his son Michael weiner owns Rockstar energy drinks and if you check the link below, he speaks with much affection and inspiration oh his biggotted father. The celebrities who endorse his product should be ashamed.

http://www.rockstar69.com/company.html

Posted by: Jeff Muller | Feb 7, 2007 3:22:47 PM

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