Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Clearly Thinking

You can't blame David Limbaugh for leaping to the defense of his brother Rush, in his latest article. Still his defense doesn't make a lot of sense. He wants to have it both ways, suggesting that Rush isn't as important as some Democrats are making him out to be while simultaneously exulting him as the standard bearer of the opposition.
Have you noticed their coordinated effort to label Rush the leader of the Republican Party? Do you think it's accidental that James Carville so describes him? Do you think it's just coincidental that Obama called Rush out personally and that the entire flock of mainstream media sheep followed suit?

. . . Rush is the target because he represents the real opposition. He's the leading voice for those who are really standing up for America and its founding ideals.
It kind of sounds like Rush really is something worth going after if you want to promote liberal ideals.

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