I was dropping off a DVD and turned on the radio to see who was on Conservative talk. Levin the "ultra conservative" (he's not happy wi
April 16, 2007

mark-levin.jpg I was dropping off a DVD and turned on the radio to see who was on Conservative talk. Levin the "ultra conservative" (he's not happy with that label) was threatening to still watch football, but will change the channel when Olbermann comes on...Keith must be shaking in his boots and I'm sure it'll have a huge impact on their ratings...The guy sounds like he's got something stuck in his throat that compresses his voice which gives him a nasal quality to it. There's nothing wrong with that, but it's a weird quality to have as a talker....I remember when Alec Baldwin called him Hannity's cabin boy...If you missed it, I'll re-post the audio for fun...

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If you're not familiar with him, David Neiwart explains...And he did write a book that Dahlia Lithwick reviewed.

“I use the word “book” with some hesitation: Certainly it possesses chapters and words and other book-like accoutrements. But Men in Black is 208 large-print pages of mostly block quotes (from court decisions or other legal thinkers) padded with a foreword by the eminent legal scholar Rush Limbaugh, and a blurry 10-page “Appendix” of internal memos to and from congressional Democrats—stolen during Memogate. The reason it may take you only slightly longer to read Men in Black than it took Levin to write it is that you’ll experience an overwhelming urge to shower between chapters….read on

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