Friday, May 4, 2012

Listen to Tom Danehy's Stint on the Garret Lewis Show

Posted By on Fri, May 4, 2012 at 2:00 PM

KNST's Garret Lewis wasn't thrilled with Danehy's column this week, so Lewis invited Tom on his show this morning to hash out whether the column "crossed the line."

The sentence that Lewis found most troubling:

Judging by Lewis' absolutely giddy radio demeanor, this Paul Grijalva gaffe meant that SB 1070 was going to be upheld; Congressman Grijalva should be kicked out of office; and all black people are stupid.

Also, Danehy declares that Star Trek is superior to Star Wars.

Double also, a note on Garret Lewis' assertion that Rush Limbaugh was innocent in the "Barack the Magic Negro" controversy...he's right in that the concept didn't originate on his show, but Rush did certainly make the most of it.

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