Saturday, June 28, 2008

Milwaukee Talker Says Enviros Are "Evil...Want Us Dead."

I've refocused an earlier post with a link to what may be the all-time Milwaukee GoofyTime AM radio talk show soundbite.

Here was the setting:

Gov. Jim Doyle's task force on global warming reached some common ground and produced a set of recommendations.This required some analysis on talk radio, so as AM 1130 WISN rightie talker Vicki McKenna led into the break at 11:30 Friday morning, she denounced environmental supporters of such anti-global warming actions as "evil people."

Then amplified the description as "evil, evil people," among "the most evil people" ever, who "want to kill us, I swear to God, they want us dead."

She then told her audience she was going to drive around in her 10-year-old Chevy Silverado truck and think up more arguments against global warming.

Link to her second hour Friday, June 27th podcast, at the 20 minute mark and listen until the segment ends in less than two-and-a-half minutes.

So it goes on Milwaukee's ubiquitous AM conservative talk radio stations.

8 comments:

Jay Bullock said...

I'm glad WISN is paying McKenna enough that she can afford the superfluous drive. I'm sure it's exactly that kind of price tag that keeps her in touch with the common people she claims to be speaking for.

Mr. Pelican Pants said...

Well, maybe enviros don't "want us dead", but they certainly do want us to procreate. Gaylord Nelson use to talk about that a lot, and to me, that kind of talk is far more scary than Ms. McKenna's kind of talk.

James Rowen said...

To Mr. Pelican Pants;

I have no idea what you are talking about.

Mr. Pelican Pants said...

Nelson was a big proponent of "zero population growth". Scary stuff, in my opinion.

James Rowen said...

To Mr. PP - - So you meant Nelson didn't want you to procreate?

And that has what to do with what Vicki McKenna said?

You are on the wrong side of a non-sequiter.

Mr. Pelican Pants said...

Forget it. You're utterly clueless.

James Rowen said...

I take that as a compliment.

Heraldblog said...

Doesn't anybody here speak Pelican?