Interesting that the story wasn't released on his web site until way after 6:30....
Make the rats filibuster 24 /7 I say as my opinion from day one. From what I read and hear things changed after the fox story and when Rush ran with it as his opener at 12 noon today and the first caller said go 24/7. Know what I mean?
posted on 02/28/2003 6:59:01 PM PST
(God Speed as Angels trending upward dare to fly Tribute to the Risk Takers)
I honestly thought you had changed the headline because it didn't match the story and I was wrong.
This headline does not go with the story -- my sense is that Rush was going to do a real number on the Republican Senators based on the Fox Story by Major Garrett. I started to tear into that story last night as the 2nd paragraph was wrong not to mention the first one against Republicans. There was no vote to end debate and Republicans did not have a bad night.
Then I saw all the naysayers and decided not to waste my time. I had also heard last night that Garrett had taken quotes out of context, but no way was I going to say anything.
I actually agree with going 24/7 if things don't change -- in fact, I would like to see them do it a couple of days before the bombing starts.
What I would like to know is why some people are so quick to take a Fox story and declare it factual even if there are parts of it that were easily proven wrong? That includes Rush.
posted on 02/28/2003 7:31:58 PM PST
Let's make this simple. I am going to haunt you until you answer my question. Say the Republicans keep the Senate in session 24/7. At midnight, the Dems decide to go home and go to bed. How do you stop them? And even if you could do it, how is that going to change their minds.
posted on 02/28/2003 8:35:48 PM PST
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