Discussing the condemnation by some members of Congress of nationally syndicated radio host Rush Limbaugh's recent, controversial "phony soldiers" remark, Newsradio 850 KOA guest host Sean Rima said on the October 9 broadcast of The Jon Caldara Show that Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (NY) "is in fact the anti-Christ, according to my opinion." Later in the show, after referring to Democrats as "Demo-crapheads," Rima repeated his smear of Clinton by saying, "If you don't think Hillary Clinton -- the anti-Christ -- doesn't lie on her back at night staring up at the ceiling while she's in bed, gritting her teeth over talk radio, you know, trying to devise new and interesting schemes to get it shut down, you're crazy."
From the October 9 broadcast of Newsradio 850 KOA's The Jon Caldara Show, with guest host Sean Rima:
RIMA: Our Senate, the federales, our beloved senators -- who are there for us, right? They're there to represent you and I; they're there to make the important decisions of this nation, this great nation. Our senators wrote a letter to the CEO of this company, Clear Channel, in regards to Rush Limbaugh, when he had a conversation with a caller about the quote, unquote, phony soldier. And, you know, I don't want to get into the minutiae of what either talk show host had to say about whatever the hell, because that's not the point. The point is that there was an official act of government. Your federal tax dollars in some way, shape, or form went into the funding of a whole crap-load of senators -- all the big players from the Democrats and a few Republicans: [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi [D-CA]; Hillary -- Hillary Rod Serling Clinton -- who is in fact the anti-Christ, according to my opinion; big fat, big fat brisket [Sen.] Ted Kennedy [D-MA] -- they're all on there. [Sen.] Barack Obama [D-IL] -- they all signed off on this. And what the senators wanted in their letter to the CEO of this company was to admonish Rush Limbaugh and force him to apologize on the air -- an official act of government to curtail someone's free speech on the airwaves. And if that's the kind of America you want to live in, well, good for you. But I'm getting the hell out.
RIMA: Here's [caller] in the Springs. Is talk radio evil?
RIMA: Hey, [caller], how you doing?
RIMA: Is talk radio evil?
CALLER: The only thing that's evil is these Democrats that are trying to stop it.
RIMA: Is the what?
CALLER: The Democrats that are trying to stop it.
RIMA: The Demo-crapheads who want to bring back the Fairness Doctrine and shut it all down.
CALLER: If that's [unintelligible] ain't a word, I don't know what is. It's not fair; it's their trying to slam their views down on everybody.
RIMA: They're trying to create this idea that all Americans think like they do. They've been doing it for decades, OK? Honestly. And they can't get around the blogosphere, they can't get around the Internet, and they can't do a damn thing about talk radio, and it makes them grit their fricking teeth. If you don't think Hillary Clinton -- the anti-Christ -- doesn't lie on her back at night staring up at the ceiling while she's in bed, gritting her teeth over talk radio, you know, trying to devise new and interesting schemes to get it shut down, you're crazy.