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Schlock Jock Mancow Slimes Hillary Clinton & Howard Stern

Reported by Marie Therese - March 28, 2006

On yesterday morning's FOX & Friends, co-host Alisyn Camerota did several segments from the Ringling Bros. Circus. At 8:54 AM EST, hyped-up radio host Mancow, who contributes to the daily noise pollution in Chicago, insulted former first lady Hillary Clinton and Howard Stern.

While FOX & Friends host Alisyn Camerota did an interview with Troy Metzler, the Ringling Brothers circus elephant trainer, she was surrounded by three large pachyderms. Mancow's voice could be heard over hers, exclaiming variously "That's Hillary Clinton!!," "Look they got Hillary Clinton on the show!," "I swear that's Hillary!" At the end of the segment he smirked, "For just a split second I thought Hillary was there, just based on the legs!" It was a tasteless insult, crudely delivered.

Apparently, Mancow, self-avowed conservative and acknowledged supporter of George Bush, thinks the symbol of the GOP is good for a laugh. You know, he might be on to something there!

In addition to making insulting comments about the former First Lady, Mancow also threw a few cow-pies in the direction of Howard Stern, saying:

"Hannity is the man! Hannity is the man! And why he would let Stern on, I don't know. Stern's trying to get attention. He's dyin' on satellite. He's already cashed out! But, other than Hannity doin' that, which I think is a misstep, Sean's doin' some good things."

Poor Mancow! He clearly suffers from severe secondfiddleitis.

According to Wikipedia, before Howard, Sirius Satellite claimed about 600,000 subscribers.

After Howard, that number jumped to over 3 million.

Mancow's Morning Madhouse is currently aired on 20 stations nationwide. (Source FMQB)


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