Actually, Rush has some advice for everyone. The question is whether or not anyone should listen. Should Republicans take him seriously considering that Rush has never run for office or, to my knowledge, even worked on a campaign or been involved in ANY way in elective politics. Rush's advice for Republicans is that they shouldn't negotiate with President Obama on the so-called fiscal cliff. Rush Limbaugh To Republicans: Don't Negotiate With Obama On Fiscal Cliff So, should Republicans listen to Rush? It's a good question since the answer, if yes, could come back to bite Republicans BAD in the aftermath of the election in which Obama campaigned on higher taxes for the top 2% and often mentioned Republicans unwillingness to compromise. What would Rush lose if the Republicans took his advice and it backfired? Nothing! Frankly, I wonder why people listen to Rush at all. He has no formal educational degree past HS. He's never worked in politics. In fact, Rush has zero experience in the areas where he continuously offers advice on topics of national concern like politics, governance, taxation, military matters, international affairs, and all manner of public policy. So, should Republicans take Rush's advice?