Friday, April 25, 2008

Sucking Rush's Weiner

Do you like Rush Limbaugh?

Do you think his views are good for America?

Do you like to perpetuate hate?

Well, it seems everytime a Democrat votes for Hillary Clinton, you are just giving dirty sloppy slobbery head to the vicodin-addled radio beast. And here is proof:

Limbaugh: 'Operation Chaos' Helped Hillary
Thursday, April 24, 2008 3:04 PM

Rush Limbaugh says his “Operation Chaos” played a significant role in helping Hillary Clinton achieve her 10-percentage-point victory in the Pennsylvania primary this week.

Operation Chaos is the leading radio talk-show host’s campaign to urge his conservative listeners to cross party lines to vote for Hillary Clinton. Limbaugh says the aim is to keep her in the race so she can continue battling Barack Obama and create chaos in the party, thereby aiding the Republicans this November.

“Were it not for Operation Chaos, Obama could win this by winning the primary process. But he can't now. Nor can she,” Limbaugh said on Wednesday.

“Both of these candidates need unelected superdelegates to be the nominee.

“So, unelected party hacks . . . are gonna choose the nominee. All the people that have voted in these primaries up to now will not be a factor. The nominee will have been delivered by party hacks, unelected superdelegates, and that is a dream come true for Operation Chaos."

On Tuesday, Rush told listeners as voters went to the polls: “Operation Chaos is succeeding exactly as planned and meeting all objectives.”

He pointed to the tens of thousands of voters in Pennsylvania who changed registration from Republican to Democrat in the weeks leading up to the primary and suggested they were “Operation Chaos operatives.”

Following Clinton’s win, the McClatchy Newspapers reported: “One out of 10 voters said they'd changed their party registrations so they could vote in the primary, according to exit polls. They broke for Obama by a margin of nearly 2-to-1.

“Yet late-deciding voters — including those who'd long been registered Democrats — broke heavily for Clinton. One possible explanation was the flood of controversial news about Obama in recent weeks, as well as his defensive performance in a debate last week.

“Another possible ingredient in the mix was mischief: Popular conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh for weeks urged his loyal listeners to register as Democrats to vote for Clinton and prolong an increasingly harsh battle that might benefit the Republicans.”

On Wednesday Limbaugh told listeners Obama could secure the nomination by acknowledging the success of Operation Chaos. "What Obama has to do is go out and say this [Hillary] win is artificial and this win is phony because of Operation Chaos,” he said.

“He needs to go out there and say, 'Why in the world is everybody taking this seriously? Rush Limbaugh had his listeners register as Democrats for one day to go vote for Hillary to prolong this. We're letting Limbaugh get away with making our party look like it's in a total sewer and a mess. This victory in Pennsylvania is illegitimate, is undeserved because Democrats did not vote for her. Republicans did.'"

12 comments:

  1. There was a time back in the early to mid 90's that I could actually relate to Limbaugh's opinions. We had the rat bastard Clinton in office and my mind was still a bit impressionable.

    My opinion now is that this guy is a mother fucking piece of shit. He makes all republicans look bad(not that we need help with that)

    Hey El Rushbo...Is your candidate so god awful that the only way to win is to create chaos with the other party? You are fucking pathetic, go die of an overdose.

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  2. Dr B seems to be full of anger lately....

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  3. wow, a uniquely ,um, er, progressive point by the Dentist. I do have to admit that I agree.

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  4. Speaking solely as a Democrat, I would like to express an honest opinion - I truly do understand the general point of view of conservatism and Republicanism. I do not agree with it per se, but I can understand the philosophy of wanting to maintain the status quo, fiscally conservative policies and hands-off government. That unto itself, I never find ignorant (although I do have a different opinion.)

    What I do disagree with is the ignorant ugliness of what Republicanism has become under the current administration. This weird, semi-religious neo-conservativism that is a poke in the eye for everything that its forerunners stood for (Ronald Reagan especially.) Rush Limbaugh, Karl Rove, these guys make it ugly to be Republican and I truly think its deplorable. Republicans deserve better, otherwise the whole system fails.

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  5. I thought Rush Limbaugh had become one of those morbidly obese shut-ins, and was only able to leave his home with the aid of a crane.

    He'd become so irrelevant that I had erased him from my brain sometime after high school graduation. I do not appreciate being reminded of his existence, Mr. G & T.

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  6. News flash Dave, The system has failed...look at our choices for President.

    Lisa, Im not angry at all. I just can't stand guys like Limbaugh and Bill O'Reily who turn people off to free thinking. They perpetuate this ideal of an end justifying the means. We can start an endless expensive war to gain what... So that gas isn't 5 bucks a gallon?

    Besides, Who can be mad when in 6 weeks I will be seeing boobies and getting drunk with Mr' Gin and Tonic himself.

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  7. Amanda, don't blame Brian. It was my fault to bring him up in the first place a few days ago.

    Wow, I really hate myself now.

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  8. Oh I don't know, I think *my* vote's going to a pretty good choice (should I get the opportunity.)

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  9. I think I'm growing a third nipple. It will go well with my second bellybutton.

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  10. The comments were better when Brian was doing them himself

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  11. Brian does it himself frequently

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  12. Point to the Welshwoman.

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