Discussion in 'Media' started by Dont Taz Me Bro, May 2, 2011.
That on such a great day all talk radio could do was speak ill of the president.
Oh Christ Bro, Both sides were trying to make it political. made me sick.
Funny, one of the lead stories out there today is Rush Limbaugh praising Obama for getting Osama.
I can't honestly say whether its true because I was working while Rush was on. But that's what Im seeing online. But the parts I did hear of Rush had him giving the President Props.
If you listen to what Rush actually said, it was insulting towards Obama. He basically spent the first 8 minutes of his show discounting Obama's decision making.
Of course, that's most likely what he did with the other 2:52 as well.
What a BS lie... I actually listened to talk radio today and all I did was hear them say that TODAY lets celebrate.
Of course there was the occasional criticism.... Hell, the left has been blasting the war for 9 yrs, NOW all of a sudden they claim victory.
I am thrilled that Obama got him! That don't mean that I am all of a sudden going to forget that I hate Obamas politics though.
Props to him this time.
If you're going to Neg rep me, at least have some fucking clue what you're talking about. I attached the audio. Perhaps you didn't listen to that part, or perhaps you didn't actually pay attention to the clip I provided.
Unlike you, Rush was not man enough to give props to Obam - go ahead, listen for yourself.
Well the folks on MSNBC were doing their part this morning. One long Obama dick suck for his courage, leadership, etc., etc., etc. I'd bet Mika ran right out after Morning Joe and bought an Obama dildo.
Wrong war, sparky.
I heard Rush a little bit on Monday. He was praising Obama.
Yes, he did point out how many times Obama used the words "I", "me", and "mine" in his speech on Sunday night, and the fact that he barely mentioned the military who carried out the operation.
So to say all talk radio could do is "talk ill of the President" is an outright lie. I've heard mostly all praising.
yep, especially those that were for the war before they were against the war.
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