I typically find him arrogant and annoying, but one thing he is is reasonable. His typical attitude is the 'conspiracy theorists' are morons, and everything is pretty much what it seems to be. This morning I was listening to him talk about Donegy. To paraphrase he said something like: What do you expect. The guy had it made, and the league kicked him out. He is bitter and 'throwing a hand grenade into the room hoping some people get hit'. He said the guy had the life, now he has nothing, and he wants to strike back, so he creates some type of potentially believable story, and throws it out there hoping to damage the league, because of his problems. He is a disgruntled former employee who is vengeful. He used the analogy that if you worked in the White house for 20 years, were a loyal employee, then did something and got fired, what would you do? What until the eve of the election then drop some bombshell at exactly the point it will get themost attention. Truth doesnt matter, you want attention, and revenge. As I listened to it Ithought, if you changed Tim Donegy to Matt Walsh it is exactly the same thing. Why has no one really picked up on discrediting Matt walsh as a disgruntled employee who was fired from his job so he waited until the day there would be the most coverage, and took a potshot at his former employer, who fired him, for revenge? I just found it funny how there is a mounting effort to say Donegy is just making things up because he pissed at the league, and the coverage about walsh has not come close to including comments about how he was FIRED, and FIRED employees have a habit of trashing the company that fired them and trying to exact revenge.