posted on Feb, 28 2004 @ 08:56 AM
I think that Clear Channel had already made up its mind and was poised, waiting for Stern to do something. They took after him on this subject because
it has all of the qualities of a scandal that he can't defend well. Racism, sexism, lewd behavior, graphic language, you name it. He has done
I think the morality police are behind this. It's an election year and when groups put the pressure on, Bush and Co. will do whatever they feel is
going to be the best thing for his re-election. This is a no-win situation for Stern, as he is being made a pariah, a poster child, if you will, for
indecency and the decline of morality and wholesomeness. Bah.
In the years to come, Stern will be known as a pioneer. This is not the end of the road, but merely a right turn. Be it a religious motive or
not, the drive for "decency" has been lacking momentum and will take this one as far as they can. This is not the end.