Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh just got a new rival today with
the launch of www.themightygwinn.com, a website that showcases the rapier
wit and conservative views of The Mighty Gwinn, a Houston Internet radio
broadcaster who promises listeners he will "take on the forces of
evil one issue at a time."
"Rush has been on the top of the conservative talk show heap for two
decades," says radio personality Dylan Gwinn, who says he is setting
his sights on becoming a liberal-fighting conservative talk show host of
the same caliber as Limbaugh - "except my target audience is a new
generation of conservatives."
A disciple of the late President Ronald Reagan, The Mighty Gwinn says he
honed his conservative credentials "in the belly of the liberal
beast," as a native of Washington, D.C. He says his lifetime of
experience dealing with "annoying leftists", along with his
willingness to use a new medium to broadcast Themightygwinn.com, sets him
apart from any other conservative radio talk show host in the country.
Gwinn, 31, says he isn&#t afraid to take on the arch-nemeses of the
conservative radio listener: he takes aim not only America&#s targets in
the war on terror, "but those at home who support the war
half-heartedly." The Democratic Congress, Hollywood and the media
are all in The Mighty Gwinn&#s crosshairs.
"In light of the new legislative majority in Washington," says
Gwinn, "it seems to me that we&#re going to have to re-define the
meaning of the term &#support the troops.&# I, The Mighty Gwinn, have
According to Gwinn, &#support the troops&# now means:
-Sending a general that you have no confidence in halfway around the
world to perform a task you&#re dooming to fail.
-Saying you hope the mission succeeds, while looking for ways to cut the
-Saluting, and saying you&#re reporting to duty while claiming the troops
are terrorizing women and are too dumb to do anything else.
-Calling the troops heroes while likening them to Nazis, Pol Pot&#s
henchman and Stalin&#s Gulag wardens.
-Saying Iraq is overrun with terrorists, while also saying Iraq has
nothing to do with the War on Terror.
-Saying you hope the troops succeed, while also saying there&#s no such
thing as victory. Aren&#t you happy I cleared that up for you?"
Gwinn, who claims to be "unafraid to take on the left any time of
day or night," will update the new website four times a week with
hour-long segments from his conservative radio talk show.
"The Mighty Gwinn combines the best of traditional terrestrial radio
with the opportunities only an Internet radio show can offer," says
the young radio talk show host. "People don&#t listen to someone
like Rush Limbaugh just because they agree with what he&#s saying;
they&#re also looking to be entertained." Gwinn says his new website
gives younger conservatives a chance to hear about important issues and
have a few laughs in the process."
News that a conservative radio talk show host has taken to the Internet
can hardly be thrilling to Sen. Hillary Clinton, says Gwinn. He pulls no
punches when he talks about the New York senator.
"People like Billary are running around lying about what they voted
for four years ago at the expense of the troops they voted to send to war
in order to appeal to the treasonous base of their traitorous
party," he says. "It&#s up to The Mighty Gwinn to ensure a
conservative talk show exists to let people know what the truth is!"
Gwinn says he has big plans for the future of his conservative radio talk
show. "One of the greatest things about the Internet is the
opportunity for interaction," he says. "I hope our listeners
will take the time to email me so we can talk about the conservative
issues important to them. Making the show a two-way street is a great way
to make the discussion worthwhile. In the near future, we&#re going to
start doing the show live and set things up so people can call in, and
that&#s something I&#m really excited about."
"Now, more than ever, conservatives need a new breed of conservative
radio talk show host," says Gwinn, who says he is unafraid of
liberals and controversy. For more information about conservative talk
show host, The Mighty Gwinn, visit www.themightygwinn.com or call Dylan
Gwinn direct at (832) 533-6364.
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