Talk radio’s stammering, pausing idiot?
St. Louis Tea Party co-founder Bill Hennessy had some rather unflattering remarks for conservative St. Louis talk show host Jamie Allman of 97.1 FM. Hennessy later deleted the post (which we have below via the minuteman blog) and issued this apology. Can we all just get along?
STL Tea Party Co-founder Bill Hennessy
Talk radio’s stammering, pausing idiot, Jamie Allman, spent 10 hours—Ten Hours!—building up to some Horrible, Incriminating, “Blood in the water” expose of the St. Louis Tea Party on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. This was to be the THE JACO-ESQUE EXPOSE of 2010. Jamie Allman, failed TV reporter, would show CBS brass just what they lost!
NEVER trust a hyperventilating man. Allman’s no exception.
Jamie is less than happy about the fact that he IGNORED my email to him on February 21, 2009. He ignored my email, but others answered. Others stepped up and led. Jamie laid back and waited like a timid little puppy. (It might have been dangerous. The Tea Party at the Arch might have been lame. How would that make ME look? )
Anyway, Jamie Allman started Wednesday, April 21, 2010, on friggin’ FIRE! He had the St. Louis Tea Party by the . . . by the . . . nads? “Blood in the water,” he tweeted. I am a REAL journalist! he yelled into the mirror. Take THAT, CBS.
His guests: The Rube Brothers who have an internet radio show that they pay to broadcast. They PAY to broadcast. (Because blogtalkradio.com just wasn’t POWERFUL enough for the Rube Brothers.) And Fredo. (as in Fredo Corleone.)
So the Rubes spoke to Gina Loudon last night and Gina talked about the Ensuring Liberty, an organization trying to change Congress from Blue to Red (as in, from Marxist-Democrat to Conservative Republican). Noble cause. But the Rubes didn’t think so. The Rubes are NOT the sharpest tools in the shed. In fact, you get the feeling that when a shiny, sharp, new tool is introduced into their shed, they beat it ‘til it’s dull.
Well the Rubes concluded that St. Louis Tea Party passed buckets at the Tax Day Tea Party to raise money to send to Mitt Romney to impose RomneyCare on the US of A.
(“Deed you think a dat, Kayvin, are did ah?”)
Whatever. So Jamie Allman—ace reporter formerly of KMOV—jumped on The Story.
“Money changing hands at the St. Louis Tea Party!” he declared with glee.
With the piety of St. John Vianney, Jamie explained that “I strongly support the St. Louis Tea Party” and that he was exposing its Mortal Sins for All the World to Judge before the evil Post-Dispatch could get to it.
But the Post-Dispatch, with its many flaws, never pulled such a bait and switch. And the Post-Dispatch never throws its lefty friends under the bus for circulation.
But Jamie Allman is a man free of scruples.
“I’m not really worried about the money, Jamie,” said Fredo.
Of course not. Nor was Jamie. But Jamie’s got some envy to settle.
In the end, Jamie Allman wrote a check his guests couldn’t cash. But Fredo and Rubes were revealed as publicity hounds who would do unnatural things to a dog like Allman in exchange for 5 minutes of air time.
P.S. When will Jamie invite Jefferson County Tea Party founder, Ken Horton, on the air? Jamie encouraged Fredo and the Rubes to throw Ken under the bus. Seems only fair that Jamie allow Ken to defend himself.
St. Louis Activist Hub: Conservatives Blast STL Tea Party for Astroturfing, Profitizing and Radicalizing the Movement
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Facebook: Kevin Jackson “Gina and John Loudon are the biggest two crooks in St. Louis. Gina is saying that I hit on her (LOL!), spent her political capital (doesn’t exist), and wrote part of my book (as if!). She was worthless as a publicist (a FRAUD), and they will do ANYTHING for money, including using their “chirrens!” You want war LOUDON, you GOT it! I can back ALL my words up!”
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