Friday, September 28, 2007

Michael Savage family throws party at Playboy Mansion




Next time you hear talk show host Michael Savage railing about indecency and immorality --he's gone on record saying that 9/11 was a response to the pornography feared by the Muslim world--take a gander at this ad for a party at the Playboy mansion thrown by Savage's family business.

"An Evening of Decadent Dreams'' is sponsored by Rockstar, the energy drink.

Savage, whose real name is Michael Weiner, used to have plenty of pictures of himself on his Website promoting Rockstar, which is owned by his son, Russ Weiner (the guy who looks like Howdy Doody in this pic with Rod Stewart). Savage's wife, Janet, is company CFO and Savage's daughter is on the company's board (interestingly someone keeps taking these facts off Wikipedia's entry).

One of the early celebrity endorsers of the drink was porn star Ron Jeremy, and the company has also done parties with Penthouse magazine.

Next time you hear Savage talking about how gays or pornography have destroyed America's morality, keep Rockstar in mind. And next time you think about buying an energy drink, keep in mind what kind of fascist hypocrite you are supporting.

Check the pics of Savage fondling a Barbra Steisand wax figure; and selling vitamins in his old gig...that one speaks volumes about what kind of sleazy liar this guy is.

1 comment:

Bill said...

If I may be allowd a shameless plug ...

In my book, "Savage Lies: The Distortions, Half-Truths and Outright Lies of a Right-Wing Blowhard," I talk about how Savage writes about his "research" into porn in San Francisco. He said he does this "research" so that he can be more informed when speaking on his radio program

The thing is, though, when he wrote that (I forget which book right now), he said he was doing it for something like 15 years, but he'd only been on the radio for about 1 years! So he was doing 5 years' worth of research into porn, I guess, preparing for his eventual new career.

Man, that's dedication to your craft.

And also don't forget about all those "product placements" for Rockstar in the TV ads for the "Girls Gone Wild" series.

Also, if my memory serves me correctly, Rockstar shares the same Mill Valley phone number with Savage's "Paul Revere Society," the mysterious "education foundation" that last year lost its 501(c)(3) status. Last I saw, it had close to $1 million in the bank ...

Bill.