Friday, April 21, 2006

Clear Channel should pull the plug on the La Preciosa Network's Dead Air Day

On May 1, 2006, Clear Channel's La Preciosa Network will not be broadcasting at all. This is a protest for sorts to observe a day 'without a Mexican.'

I have no quarrel with Clear Channel wanting to reach as many people they can with the many radio formats they can use including Latin Radio. I am happy that Clear Channel is the home to Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, and Mike McConnell (who will have a daily national talk program in July and current is heard nationally on the weekends). I am happy that Clear Channel has Mike Rosen, Mark Larson, 'Gunny Bob' Newman, Bill Handel, Jon & Ken, and Roger Hitchcock to name a few as local hosts in the markets they live and serve in and working for Clear Channel stations in their respected markets. I am even happy for lefty talkers like Stacy Taylor, Thom Hartman, and Jay Marvin who are also local and work for Clear Channel stations.

The Mays family who owns Clear Channel should step in and/or at least make a statement regarding this and say that they don't approve of this.

We as Americans have no problems with Mexicans coming to America as long its legal and done through proper channels. Our problems is that their is an invasion going on and its Mexicans that are NOT going through the proper channels and trying to take over the southwest United States. Some of these people have been brainwashed by socialist masterminds. Keep that in mind when you see another banner of Che Guevara when you see any protest regarding Mexican Immgration. The love affair with socialism is alive and well in Mexico and the pesants are still not grasping at the fact they are being used by people who see them as "useful idiots."

If 'La Preciosa' as a whole supports this illegal immgration, then maybe they should stay quiet for good.

Story about this day of Dead air from Radio & Records online

2 Comments:

Blogger Patriot World said...

Don, all I can say is I'm glad there are no CCU Spanish stations in the NYC Area, but there's WCAA/WZAA La Calle owned by Univision Radio.

6:03 PM

 
Blogger Don McCullen said...

I don't have a problem with radio stations doing latin formats.

I have a problem with immigrants coming in illegally.

The La Preciosa Network is present itself as a bad example, but showing its support of illegals.

This is the end result when you Bleed your Hearts way too much. Eventually your Hearts will get stabed and you will be dead and cold laying in your death bed.

6:13 PM

 

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