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01/24/2008

Right-wing radio: Where tact goes to die (and get mocked when it does)

by Jeremy Hooper

John Pub Photo 150Has callous disregard for sensitivity or even humanity become a prerequisite for conservative radio show hosting? We ask you this after hearing the disgusting way Fox News Talk Network's John Gibson addressed Heath Ledger's death on his Tuesday radio show. Go to Think Progress for the unbelievable audio:

John Gibson Mocks ‘Weirdo’ Heath Ledger’s Death: ‘He Found Out How To Quit You’ [Think Progress]

And be sure to listen up for future Gibson obits, where we predict he will ever-so-lovingly say of Suzanne Pleshette's recent demise:

"Bye, Bob! Even a NewHart couldn't have saved her this time!"

And of "The Brady Bunch"s Sam The Butcher (Alan Melvin):

"Mr & Mrs. Brady: Here's the 160 pounds of worm food that God ordered"

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