From the KFGO website:
The attack is on the from the conservative right. All you have to do is search on google for Ed Schultz, and I will give them a plug, and you will see some of the most outlandish things that have ever been said or written about me as a radio personality and as a person. One of the websites that caught my attention was the thenewrepublic.com. Where do they get this garbage? Stories made up about me that are outrageous, which actually is a compliment. These people are nervous. They want to do anything they possibly can to take me down before we get launched.
What stories are outrageous? And why is he taking them as compliments? He says that the attack is on from the conservative right yet he doesn't site any examples outside of "thenewrepublic.com" which leads to a website which does not even mention Schultz's name. A search conducted for "Ed Schultz" on thenewrepublic.com does not produce any relevant results.
Now a search for "Ed Schultz" through google does produce some results from The Free Republic website, which is probably what Ed meant to say. Of course, those of us familiar with Schultz know that he tends to ignore that which does not support his opinions or ambitions.
If Ed Schultz is going to accuse a broad group of people like conservatives of attacking him I would expect him to at least link to some relevant examples. Or to at least make some sense, unless this sentence makes sense to you:
Stories made up about me that are outrageous, which actually is a compliment.
Ed Schultz would have us believe that he's a middle of the road guy. He doesn't take sides, he just reports on the issues as he sees them. This quote is also from the above referenced KFGO link:
I’m not a left wing wacko, I’m not an off the wall democrat, I’m not an off the wall anti-American flaming liberal. I’m a guy from Fargo, North Dakota. I’m a guy whose got a track record in the industry of good ratings and hard work. I will bring entertainment to the microphone and I’m proud to say that I’m a progressive.
He expects us to buy into this horse-hockey while in the same breath he talks about "attacks" from conservatives and a want to fight against the "conservative mantra." How can you start off an article with a statement like "The attack is on from the conservative right," and then finish it by declaring yourself party neutral by saying that you are a "progressive?"