Thursday, November 29, 2007

CAIR target; The Savage Nation!

Many of you know I’m a big fan of talk radio. The Salem Radio Network has a great lineup from morning to late night. The Columbus area lacks a SRN station and I have to change channels or listen online to hear my favorites throughout the day. Lately I’ve been listening to the Savage Nation. I’m not a fan of Michael Savage but I believe he’s smart enough to know when he’s crossed the line between liable and offensiveness. And I’m sure the advertisers knew the essence of the program when they signed the contract.

"Action Alert 522"

Last week CAIR launched a campaign asking the “offended” faithful to contact Savage Nation sponsors. The usual form letter and contact information was provided in the whine-o-gram in addition to a list of program sponsors. Basically CAIR instructed whine-o-gram recipients to contact his advertisers and complain about his “hate” speech. I find this rather amusing since these offended muslims don’t listen to the Savage Nation radio program. Companies that have buckled to the pressure are AutoZone, TrustedID, OfficeMax, Citrix Systems Inc., and JCPenny.

It’s also amusing that this vigorous talk show monitoring comes on heels of releasing a new initiative for those in the media, “American Muslims: A Journalist's Guide to Understanding Islam and Muslims".

I’ve alerted you to the many implied offenses where CAIR cries foul, holds a press conference and the offender ends up begging for mercy just to get CAIR and the muslims they represent off their back. The offender is then indoctrinated by muslim sensitivity training. Intimidation is an effective way to promote the islamic agenda. CAIR is engaged in an all out campaign to limit free speech by using intimidation.

Unlike the legions of past CAIR victims, Michael Savage is going to respond to this degradation crusade. Last night, Savage announced he’s fighting back. Savage will be doing exactly what CAIR would do, he going to sue them in court.

It's going to be interesting to see how long the court battle lasts. When Andrew Whitehead (anti-CAIR) turned the tables on CAIR, refused to bow to their threats and went to court. The fear of having to disclose documents during discovery caused CAIR to settle out of court. Even though the settlement terms were sealed, Whitehead contends he didn't pay a dime to CAIR and his site remains unchanged.

The bully on the American playground needs to be punched in the nose. I think Michael Savage is just the one to do it!

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