In the aftermath of the firing of Don Imus, some expressed the fear that his replacement would possibly be worse.

Well . . . why don't we campaign for somebody better? And we have a wonderful opportunity with MSNBC giving Stephanie Miller a try out three days up until Wednesday, May 2, in the old Imus slot. From what we've heard she has been hitting it out of the park with her delightful progressive wit.

So let's all fire up our keyboards and tell MSNBC she won the audition.

The right wing tries to argue that we're just against things, demanding to know what we're for. Here is a wonderful opportunity to tell MSBNC that we are STRONGLY for classy humor with a progressive political bite, which is perfectly representative of where the majority of America is at in their thinking right now. We can be proactive. We can promote better alternatives. And our voices really can break though in the media, if we just keeping speaking out.

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Call in to your favorite progressive radio stations and ask them to give out the "text to" cell phone voting options for the National Cheney Impeachment Poll. Should Vice President Cheney be impeached? Text "IMPEACH" to 30644 to vote Yes, text "KEEP" to 30644 to vote No. Click on the links below so you can listen to the shows and let them know you are listening.

Air America:
All day and night
Ed Shultz:
M-F, 12-3PM (EST)
Stephanie Miller:
M-F, 9AM-12PM (EST)
Peter B. Collins:
M-F, 3-6PM (PST)
Guy James:
Sat, 6-9PM (EST)
Mark Levine:
M-F, 6-7PM (EST)
Sun, 5-7PM (EST)
Doug Basham:
M-F, 10PM-1AM (PST)
Peter Werbe:
Sun, 11PM-2AM (EST)
Lynn Cullen:
M-F, 12-3PM (EST)
Young Turks:
M-F, 6-9PM (EST)
Don Elkins:
Sat, 6-8PM (CST)
Mon, 6-8PM (CST)
Bernie Ward:
M-F, 10PM-1AM (PST)
Sun, 6AM-9AM (PST)
Ray Talifaro:
M-F, 1-5AM (PST)
Mike Webb:
M-F, 9PM-1AM (PST)
Laura Flanders/Mary Ambrose:
M-F, 10-11AM (PST)
Stephen Crockett/Al Lawrence:
Sun, 12-1PM (CST)