Borders, Language, Culture

@worldwise1 (14887)
United States
September 22, 2008 7:47am CST
Although I am on the opposite side of the political fence from Dr. Michael Savage(www.michaelsavage.com), in most cases, I do admit that I am a regular listener to his radio show. While he is ultra-conservative, often racist, and sometimes annoying, to give credit where it's due, he also has his good side. He built his show on the philosophy of borders, language, and culture. I can't argue with that. He has a droll sense of humor which I find attractive. I've learned much about the man over the years, and though I don't always agree with him I respect his right to his own opinions. What he says about our lax attitude in protecting our borders is absolutely true. Many of the problems we now face can be attributed directly to our open border policy. What I'd like to know is whether you listen to the show and what is your opinion of Dr. Savage if you do.
1 response
@ronaldinu (12439)
• Malta
22 Sep 08
I do follow a local politician and he resembles Dr Savage from what you have mentioned. He often comments about the situation of illegal immigration in Malta. He is often labeled as an extremist and a racist. Ten years later moderate politicians are realising that we do have a problem about illegal immigration in Malta. I think that these type of characters have a valid point but than they spoil everything when they exaggerate or blow things out of proportion.