Skip to comments.RUSH LIMBAUGH LIVE RADIO THREAD, SEPTEMBER 4, 2007
Posted on 09/04/2007 8:26:33 AM PDT by angcat
PLEASE PING TILL NOON!
I beat your ping!
I think El Rushbo is back today.
RUSH, REPORT THIS - http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1890618/posts
I think the Dems are in for a spanking this month. Bush had a spring in his step yesterday.
Hi, angcat. CC off today?
The traitorcrats have been overdue for a spanking for 40 years.
....along with their pimps in the DBM.
Did you have a nice weekend?
I’m sitting here pinging, and the family thinks I have a sonar set going ... can I stop yet?
Yhello! Yhello! Yhello!
I’m General Misbehaving
And I’m reporting for duty!
SIOUX CITY, Iowa - Sen. Clinton, watching hubby Bill stump for her in Iowa yesterday, blasted "rich people" and the "concentration of wealth" for her adoring fans.
Hillary Rodham Clinton unleashed some of her sharpest class-based rhetoric yesterday, as Barack Obama stepped up his efforts to paint the front-runner as a creature of Washington. "It is not rich people who made America great, it is hardworking Americans," Clinton told a crowd of 2,000 activists at a Labor Day picnic in Sioux City, Iowa. Later, at a labor rally in Des Moines, she inveighed against the "concentration of wealth, hoarding of power [and] smearing [of] dissenters" for which she blamed the present administration. Hubby Bill Clinton, his voice raspy after a day of campaigning in New Hampshire, said his wife's plan would "restore the middle class."
Meanwhile, speaking in Manchester, Iowa, Obama tried to undermine Clinton's repeated claims of having the most experience, warning about "divisive, special-interest politics." In a shot at Clinton, he said, "There are those who tout their experience working the system in Washington. But the problem is the system in Washington isn't working for us, and it hasn't been for a very long time." Clinton said she is already planning her first war council to coordinate the withdrawal of troops from Iraq after she's elected, just as President Bush met with his war council on his unannounced Iraq trip.
Clinton said, "As soon as I'm president, I'll call the Joint Chiefs of Staff together, my secretary of defense, my security advisers," and give them a simple directive: "Start planning now to bring [the troops] home as soon as we responsibly can." She added: "I'm going to ask distinguished Americans of both parties, including my husband" to jet to foreign lands to deliver the message: "America is back."
Afternoon, Clint. Did you have a good weekend?
Great weekend! Lots of cookouts and lots of tennis watching.
How’s bout you?
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