Saturday, April 26, 2008

Rush Limbaugh Puts His Foot In His Snout

By MARC MCDONALD

Rush Limbaugh has caused another controversy with his latest comments. UPI reported Friday that Limbaugh said that riots at this summer's Democratic National Convention in Denver would be "like a dream come true."

The Fat One was reported as saying that "There won't be riots at our (the GOP) convention."

Well, maybe not. (Although I know of a lot of Republicans who are angry and upset that the "liberal" John McCain is on the GOP ticket).

But what I objected to most with Limbaugh's latest OxyMoron nonsense were the other statements he made Friday. For example, Limbaugh claimed that, unlike Democrats, Republicans "don't riot."

Hmmm, I guess the drugs have turned The Fat One's brain into mush (or made it even mushier than it was before).

As I recall, Republicans don't hesitate to riot, when it suits their purpose.

Does anyone remember the GOP rent-a-mob rioters in Florida in 2000 who disrupted the Gore-Bush vote counting process? Those Brownshirts played a role in the theft of the election and the installation of the Bush Crime Family.

As far as Limbaugh's comment Friday that Republicans "don't kill our children," I really have to wonder about his mental state these days. Granted, Limbaugh likely isn't up on what's going on in Iraq. In fact, he doesn't seem to be aware of what war is all about (no surprise there: Limbaugh was a chickensh*t coward who ran away from serving his country during the Vietnam War).

After all, Limbaugh's hero, Bush, is the one who ordered a war based on lies that has killed over 4,000 of America's soldiers (most of them young people).

So, yes: the Republicans do have the blood of a lot of children on their hands. Not to mention the thousands of Iraqi children who have been slaughtered in this nightmare of a war.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: these NeoCon extremists scare me a hell of a lot more than Al Qaeda ever could.

2 comments:

VimTotter said...

The Chicago Seven were charged with "inciting to riot" in connection with the '68 Dem convention.
I wonder if Limbaugh could face similar charges.

Karlo said...

He could always adopt a defense that the drugs made him do it.