Neal Boortz to Retire from Radio Show, Passing Torch to Herman Cain

speaking at CPAC in Washington D.C. on Februar...

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Conservative radio show host Neal Boortz is “passing the torch” to Herman Cain, former GOP presidential candidate, as he retires after 42 years on the airwaves. Herman Cain will start his new syndicated radio show on Inauguration Day, January 21. After January, Boortz will continue contributing vignettes (the “Boortz Blast”), and blogging about his travel, Radio-Info reports.

Here’s Herman Cain’s tweet:

Here’s Neal Boortz tweet:

Here’s the reaction from Twitterverse:

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  • Constructive_Feedback

    No commentary Janet?

    I am not particularly fond of Herman Cane as a talk show host.
    Its also interesting how the same conservatives who called Clinton a sexual slimpot are silent about Cane’s exploits.  

    Boortz is funny – for no other reason than his intention of pissing of BOTH liberals and Christian Evangelicals when they called his show.

    Cain is not as entertaining.  

    • HinterlandG

      Constructive Feedback — I can’t stand Herman Cain and I don’t believe he will be able to fill Neal Boortz shoes. Didn’t agree with everything Boortz said, but he was more entertaining and less onerous than Rush Limbaugh.