Rush to Failure

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    The Dems are beginning to act and sound like a bunch of high school kids. It's becoming a bit discraceful.
     
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    There are some who might argue that point. When we voted in Barack Obama and his Rush to spend, we may very well have voted for a rush to failure.

    Immie
     
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    Rush put in his suggestion for the billboard slogan on yesterdays show:
    Stack of Stuff Quick Hits Page
     
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    Yeah agreed.

    More Dem. partisan nonsense.

    Were the DNC really smart, they'd let the Republicans battle this out without getting involved.

    Instead, by insinuating themselves into this internacine battle, they actually make the Republican Party more cohesive by giving it an outside enemy to hate..

    SOME of you might be cynical enough to see that THAT is exactly the idea.

    SOME of you might be cynical enough to realize that the Republican Party NEEDS the DEMOCRATIC PARTY and vice versa.
     
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    Yeah, but do we need them?

    Immie
     
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    "Internacine" editec? Had to look that one up in the dictionary. Good word, however it's spelled with an e instead of an a. "Internecine."
     
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    See... all the Democrats wanted was power. Now that they attained it, they don't know how to handle it properly. Rush Limbaugh is a strong conservative voice who articulates accurate and constitutional points about this nation. There is NO POLITICAL GAIN in attacking him. Clinton tried it in 93 in an attempt to keep Congress for the Dems, and failed.

    The Democrats current leadership is conveying FAILED European Socialist ideas on the economy, healthcare, military, etc. Again, they have FAILED... and yet we are going to waist our time and money on them???? YES, I WANT OBAMA'S SOCIALIST POLICIES TO FAIL. If you actually listened to Rush Limbaugh's recording of what he said, you would hear the same thing. CNN, Moveon.org, etc are just taking it out of context, and the Leftist Democratic Leadership are going along with it, and it will be to their ultimate demise.
     
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    The dumbest possible course of action by the Dems. It's almost like they are hell bent on political suicide. If you are going to turn someone into the next Tom Delay or newt Gingrich, make sure he doesn't talk to 20 million people everyday. And make sure that he doesn't have a cadre of water carriers that will leap to his defense so that the airwaves are filled with 18 hours + per day of counters to any charges put forth by the Dems.

    Further, guess what? It's a dumb idea to take an entertainer and raise his status to the level where the White House is commenting on him. Fine, Rush is Rush. He's been doing this 20 years. But, you can't fall into the trap of calling him out. He has nothing to lose and nothing but audience to gain by being pilloried by the White House and their cheap imitation of the plumbers. Starring Paul Begala as G. Gordon Liddy. :lol:
     
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    He is not an entertainer... he is a conservative political commentator. He may be entertaining.... that doesn't make him an entertainer...

    Other than that... I agree that the Dems are making a big mistake.
     
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