Saturday, January 24, 2009
Obama, Messiah vs. Rush Limbaugh (Ideas): Burning Heretics at the Stake!!!!
"President Obama warned Republicans on Capitol Hill today that they need to quit listening to radio king Rush Limbaugh if they want to get along with Democrats and the new administration." This is the lead from today's New York Post story headlined on Drudge. It is, of course, well known that leftist Democrats, including Obama and the mainstream news media, do not really believe in free speech for anyone other than themselves. Thus, the sanctimounious hypocrites can push for the destruction of conservative talk radio (by threatening to again impose a "Fairness Dcotriine", or just use the intimidation fo the Federal Government to threaten licenses of stations who carry Limbaugh, et. al. as not "acting in the public interest"--which leftists devfine as the same as their interest). But you don't need more than this statement to understand that leftists do not believe in "bripartisanship" either, or in compromise (other than the Soviet Union definition: "What is ours is ours; what is yours we negotiate."). To leftist Democrats, "bipartisan" means areeing with them. That is it. Pure and simple. And that is what Obama has just said. So long as Repubicans recognize the Messiah, and commit no heresy, they will have a place at the table. If, however, they stand on principle (wich is all Obama means by "listening to Rush Limbaugh"), and firht Obama because what he is trying to do conflicts with their fundamental principles, then Obama is going to burn them at the stake (figuratively speaking). He, and the Democrats in Congress, intend to freeze (neat mixing of metaphors here, from "buring" to "freeze") them out--not even let them participate in anything. Leftist Democrats, Obama, and the mainstream media think that they have been effective in trying to use Rush Limbaugh as an anchor to weigh down the Republican Party. There have been few greater miscalculations in the history of man (a miscalculation similarly made by the Republican Party establishment, which is why both Rush Limbaugh and I are no longer Republicans). The Republican Party is dead because it ceased to stand for anything--not because of Rush Limbaugh, who DOES stand for consistent principles that the Republican establishment has abandoned. Even with the handicap of a Republican Party that has lost its soul, and an economic meltdown caused by Democratic politicians creating a housing "bubble" and by the panic of Bush and Paulson, this Republican Party still almost beat Obama. Obama should have won by a double digit percentage, but he was not even close. What are these principles of Rush Limbaugh that Democrats think are so out of step with the American people? Well, let us list a few of them: 1. Rush Limbaugh does not think we should be moving toward socialism. The American people agree (turst me on these, even though I personally have taken no scientific poll, and don't believe in them anyway). 2. Rush Limbaugh des not beleve in bailouts of GM, Citigroup, Bank of American, etc., while small business like my brother's trucking company are left to fail (often because of the actions of those very banks that taxpayers like my brother are bailing out). Okay, Rus does not believe in bailing out my brother either. But neither does my brother, except when he sees banks, GM, and Wall Street being bailed out while small businesses like his are picked as "losers" in this new socialism. Again, I am confidant the American people agree. I am just not confident the Republican establishment agrees. In fact, I am confident they do not, as reflected by the domestic policies of that leftist mole, President Bush. 3. Limaugh opposes amnesy for illegal immigrants, supports enforcement of our immmigration laws, and supports real border security. So do the American people. 4. Rush Limabugh supports the death peanlty. So do the American people. Obama will appoint judges who he knows will outlaw the death penalty (doing his dirty work for him and Obama's fellow leftists), while Obama can talk around the subject. 5. Rush Limbaugh opposes gay marriage, and societal APPROVAL of the gay lifestyle. As the vote in California shows, so do the American people. Again, the Republican establihsment is on the wrong side, as with illegal immigration. Again, Obama wants to waffle and deceive, while appointing judges who will overrule the people (as in California) and opposing any attempt to overrule those judges. 6. Limabuh opposes abortion of nine month fetuses/babies before they have a chance to be born. Obama supports abortion on demand up to the moment of birth, as do real leftists. The American people are with Limbaugh on this one, too. Oh, I know Limbauh opposes abortion on demand back to conception, as do I, but you would be amazed at how close the American people (majority) are to agreeing on that one, too. Remember (because I was there when that fight was taking place then), the MODERATE LEFTIST position on abortion used to be that it was unthinkable to allow abortion on demand (deception on the part of Planned Parenthood and other leftists, since unrestricted abortion on demand was always their goal, up to the mooment of birth). The moderate lefist position was that reasonable exceptions should be made (which they wanted to eat up the rule). I am absolutely confident that this is, at worst (from my point of view), still the position of the American people. They just are unable to express that position, sinc the judges have taken over. 7. Limbaugh believes that the Federal Government is too big, never "sacrifices" its own power and growth, and that people should not look to the Federal Government to solve all of their problems. The American people believe this too (and vote to sabotage that belief). Even Obama SAYS he believes it. He LIES. You see what I mean? If the American people understand what Rush Limbaugh stands for, they will mostly agreee with him. If Repubicans stand for what Limabugh stands for (whether they say they are "listening" to Limbaugh or not, they can win. As it is they (Republicans) are a party without a soul, and without any discernible principles. That party deserves to lose, if the Republican establishment remains in control, and I fully intend to do my personal best to make sure that party does lose. Enough people think like me that the Obama/Republican establishment recipe for the Repubilcan Party merely spells doom for that party. The party rejected Limbaugh by nomnating McCain, and suffered a total disaster. It is not Limbaugh himself that the Republican Party needs to follow, as he, himself, says. It is the principles that Limbaugh stands for that remain the soulf of the real Republican Party. Or do they? That is what the present battle for the soul of the Reublican Party is all about, with the mainstream media doing its best to support Obama in making Limbaugh the "bogeyman" (meaning that the mainstream media and Obama do not have to fight Limbaugh's IDEAS, where they have no chance).