This is very good news. I never saw the need for the entire morning to be Imus.
Fox please get your network channels serious about news.
FOX “News”, attacker of Sen. Cruz for
Team Romney-Soros-Obama-Rove, deserves NO respect.
Never understood how anyone could watch or listen to Imus. He isn’t funny at all. He knows nothing about anything.
I am objecting to the entire loss of Geri Willis program at 5pm Eastern. It is a very good CONSUMER-oriented program. I’d prefer it to be moved to the 7pm hour if at all.
Yes it was.
Is he leaving radio too? Because then they could put Curtis & Kuby back in morning drive and that would be the best news I’ve had in a long long time, radio-wise.
I used to appreciate Imus for his irreverent and politically incorrect comments. His gold digging wife and total brat son were very annoying, as was his constant shilling for the “green cleaning”. Then there was his gold plated retirement ranch paid for by getting people to donate to a ranch for kids with cancer. The final straw was the “nappy headed ho” incident where he had to grovel to Sharpton and kiss his butt. Never watched or listened after that.
Well Don, don’t let the door hit you in the Imus on the way out.
This has the absolutely genius lyrics Bob Dylan parody about Clinton. You almost have to listen to it twice to hear all the brilliant lines. No modern parodies come close.
And then it also contains Imus's "Me and Paula Jones" parody, wicked. One line stands out to me today as still being relevant: paraphrasing: "if I don't get immunity Hillary's gonna crucifYYY.... Me and Paula jones...." People today might forget that Hillary was the Heavy in Clinton's presidency and everybody knew it.
One more good one on there is "I Never Promised You a Full Pardon," which also talks about all his cronies ---- and Hillary ---- going to jail. We need to SAVE these gems.
At the end are some boxing parodies, the last good one is the one above.
Wait, Imus is not dead?
I will miss Bernard McGuirk
It has finally been made official. Long running politically incorrect radio show Imus in the Morning has been dropped by the Fox Business Network as part of the networks daytime schedule revamp.
Controversial talk show host Don Imus himself shared the news two weeks ago that his 6-year run at the network was coming to an end. But insiders say the change has been on the table since the start of the year.
One source says that Imus was set on moving to Texas and after a discussion with Fox Business CEO Roger Ailes, the two decided to end their business relationship amicably.
Imus in the Morning is expected to continue broadcasting even after it leaves the FBN lineup, but its still unclear what network will distribute the program.