MRC president Brent Bozell was interviewed by Rush Limbaugh for the September issue of The Limbaugh Letter.
Rush asked: "You started the Media Research Center in ’87, a year before me. You’ve got 28 years in, trying to stop the media, or alert people to the media, or educate people to the media. Honestly, how do you see your mission to date? And going forward, how do you stay enthused?" Bozell replied:
You won’t remember this, I bet, but you and I had a conversation very early on in this adventure. You asked me, “What is your end goal?” I said, “To win, to close down the MRC, and get a real job.” You laughed and said, “Then you’ll never have a real job,” your point being that this problem is never going to go away...
It’s not how liberal the media are. The question is: How much are they believed, how much are they trusted? You’re never going to stop the press from being left-wing. You can’t do a thing to stop that. But what you can do is expose their lack of credibility. You have to do it every single day. That’s what motivates me, because it works.
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