Sunday, March 1, 2009

How powerful is Rush Limbaugh? Well, powerful enough to make Michael Steele, chairman of the Republican National Committee, apologize for calling the radio host a mere “entertainer.” Possibly powerful enough to cost Steele his job. But powerful enough to force President Obama to debate him? You’d think that would be highly unlikely, but as we found out this week, the White House is going to do everything in its power to keep Limbaugh at the forefront of public consciousness.
I think that its truly nice to have Limbaugh around as we can rely on what he says and at least know what is happening in this country. If these liberal writers, liberal newspapers or liberal politicians think they can do battle with Rush they are in for a nasty surprise. Just ask Dingy Harry. Rush played him like a violin last year and KO'ed him within a week.

4 comments:

  1. Who knows? Obama loves the opportunity to fly on Airforce 1 and a good photo op.

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  2. There are two things happening here with Obama vs. Limbaugh. First, Obama and his team of tax cheats are using Rush as a distraction so we'll focus on that rather than the fact that they are spending money freely that we don't have.
    The second is, they're cutting off their own noses to spite their faces. Using media such as Rush and Sean Hannity to cause a distraction, they unwittingly raised the popularity of these conservatives and now more people are listening.
    Let them call out Rush and Hannity and every other public personality who opposes them! Maybe these people can find a way to pull the lefties out of their kool-aid induced trance.

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  3. Well, every time this leftie comes out of my kool-aid trance, I hear Limbaugh...and quick run for more kool aid!

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