Saturday, September 20, 2008

Right-Wing Hate on Talk Radio Shows

The Right-Wing Talk Radio Hate Shows

I could never understand why anyone would want to listen to the hateful shows on right-wing talk radio. Especially, those who proclaim that their religion keeps them on the straight and narrow. Listening to the disgusting rhetoric these Shock Jockeys spew forth creates barbarity in those who refuse to think... When minds are so full of the nonsense from the right-wing creeps, who's only objective is to make money and control the masses, they tend to wreck havoc upon the innocent. (case-in-point, the pathetic nut who went on a shooting rampage at the UU church in TN.) We are all in the same boat. We love and want peace so why look upon each other as though we are just pockets of vermin. Haven't we had enough HATE? I guess there are some who would answer NO, because they live for aversion. Here's a little advice for DITTO-HEADS, you can live in peace, it's really quite simple, just turn your damn radios off and have a nice day. :)

Please watch the youtube video:
The Right-Wing Talk Radio Hate Shows

This video was only a sample of the great Bill Moyers Journal
show, Friday nights on PBS. To get the entire enlightening broadcast, please
follow this link. html

Moyers takes a look at the harm Hate Jockeys can do when they
spew forth their venom. They don't care, they make money. Isn't that why our
entire financial system is falling apart because the bottom line is to make
MONEY no matter who gets hurts.
A message from the UU church in Tennessee: Standing with our Tennessee Valley
Sisters and Brothers David Pyle, Summer Minister, Unitarian Church of Evanston

'It is with great sympathy and a heavy heart that I write in support,
solidarity, and sympathy with the members, ministers and friends of the
Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church in my home town of Knoxville
Tennessee. TVUUC was the first UU congregation where I attended worship in our
faith. It seems unfathomable that this beautiful sanctuary that means so much to
me was marked by the trauma and violence of this mornings attack, (July 27, 2008)

We are a close-knit religious faith, and the bonds between us are tight across
the nation. Our faith tells us that what happens to one of us, happens to us
all. The loss and injury of these brave men and women, and the psychic and
spiritual trauma upon this congregation, is felt by us all. We mourn together.

Bill Moyers PBS Journal. Please see the full show at:

Let's keep our heads, while we continue to watch




Anonymous Rob said...

good post

12:20 PM  
Blogger David Pyle said...

If you could please change the attribution to the excerpt you quote from me from "A message from the UU Church in Tennessee" to "A message in support of the UU Church in Tennessee" I would appreciate it. At the time I wrote that for either my blog or for the CMWD website, I was not in Tennessee but serving a church in Evanston, IL.

Thank you for reminding me of my words on that day though, and pointing me to the Bill Moyers piece. It touched my heart to see Rev. Chris back in his pulpit.

Yours in Faith,

David Pyle
Project Director
Unitarian Universalist Military Ministries -- Great Lakes Ministry Project.

10:18 PM  
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