Oh come on. Most of that piece is Rush plugging his own show as an advertising medium. "Like everyone who advertises on the EIB Network, their sales are way up." Please. Select Comfort's sales are up (and fyi, they used to be a dog of a company, and their share price is still only $5) mostly because of their TV ads, which I see on all the time. <br><br>Besides, why would Apple want to advertise on radio, where no one can see their product?<br><br>At least it's nice to see Rush likes "System 10" <br><br>
Th Dow has dropped about 4,000 points in the last year and three quarters, and ditto for NASDAQ (the percentage is horrific for NASDAQ, merely horrible for the Dow). State governments are sweating out the downturn. The federal govt. is in deficit again. In my town businesses are closing all over the place. So Rush doesn't think there's anything wrong with the economy and that the earnings trouble of Apple (one of two computer firms that actually made a profit this past quarter) is entirely caused by Jobs' liberal leaning. <br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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