Even prior to Laura Schlessinger's racial meltdown, her strong support among the right indicates that the conservative hustle remains potently effective.
"If I am a cruel satirist, at least I'm not a hypocrite: I never judge what other people do. Neither a politician, nor a priest. I never censor what others do. Neither a philosopher, nor a psychiatrist. I never bother trying to analyze or resolve my fears and neuroses" --Federico Fellini
The doctor is out. By now, most people are aware that Dr. Laura Schlessinger plans on quitting her Los Angeles-based, nationally-syndicated radio show because she believes her right of free speech was usurped by those who exercised their own free speech rights when they voiced criticism of Schlessinger's unloading of the N-Bomb on a caller during a broadcast in August.
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