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Rush Limbaugh and the Dems' smear offensive
http://www.brookesnews.com ^ | Monday 6 October 2003 | Addison Ross

Posted on 10/05/2003 8:19:29 PM PDT by luv2ndamend

Once again, the left's knives are out for Rush Limbaugh. The National Enquirer, that paragon of journalistic integrity, reported that Rush has been taking large quantities of unprescribed painkilling drugs.

Now what matters is not whether Rush is or was addicted to a prescription drug but how the liberal media are treating the issue. And true to form, these political inquisitors, political assassins and carriers of the flame for the Dems are using it to try and destroy him.

Of course, the National Enquirer will argue otherwise. But these are the same political bigots who gave unstinting support to Bill Clinton when Juanita Broaddrick accused him of raping her. (This rag also has David Kendall, Clinton's former lawyer and an ardent Democrat, on its payroll. This is called "looking after the boys").

It's always the same story with Democrats. Their motto should be: Don't debate, assassinate. And this is what they are trying to do to Rush, despite the fact that the alleged evidence against him is extremely flimsy and may well have been concocted.

There are numerous examples of the Dems viciousness. Recall that in August 2000 that Zack Exley, a vicious Democrat, put up a defamatory site describing George W. Bush as a drunk and cocaine-user?

Where is this foul-minded bigot now? Working for MoveOn.org, a leftwing organisation that is funded by a couple of rich Silicon Valley Dems.

(Incidentally, one of Schwarznegger's accusers is associated with MoveOn.org).

So where did a bigot like Exley get his inspiration? From Bush-hating journalists who in August 1999 published unsupported allegations of cocaine use and then demanded that he respond to them.

Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post was the alleged source of this rumor, for which he admitted that there was not a shred of evidence. So why did Kurtz publish it? Perhaps the question should be which Dem asked him to publish it.

Am I being conspiratorial? If so, can someone please explain why Kurtz, a Democrat and a friend of Bill's, refused to publish detailed accounts of Clinton's use of cocaine? Now the accusations of drug-taking by Clinton are not based on hearsay or vicious rumors.

In 1990, for instance, Sharline Wilson swore on oath to a Federal grand jury that Clinton took cocaine. This is how she described to The London Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard one incident of cocaine use by Clinton:

"I watched Bill Clinton lean up against a brick wall . . . he casually stuck my tooter up his nose. He was so messed up that night, he slid down the wall into a garbage can and just sat there like a complete idiot.'"

There is also the testimony of Sally Perdue who gave a detailed account of Clinton using cocaine several times in her presence, saying: "He had all the equipment laid out, like a real pro. "

We also have the case of Dr. Sam Houston, a well-respected Little Rock doctor and Hillary Clinton's father's physician, who claimed that Clinton suffered a cocaine overdose

There exists a police surveillance team video tape of Roger Clinton telling his dealer: "I've got to get some [cocaine] for my brother, he's got a nose like a vacuum cleaner." I don't think I have to ask anyone why Kurtz and his fellow media brownshirts refused to investigate Clinton's drug-taking.

Drug addiction is not something to feel superior about. I've known drug addicts and I've seen the misery they go through. And alcoholism can be just as destructive. But there is a huge and self-evident difference between a presidential candidate using cocaine and a Hollywood celebrity, Martin Sheen for example, using it.

If the story about Rush is true, what we have is the tragedy of a man who became hooked on painkillers because of drugs his doctors prescribed to kill his pain. This will not have been the first time patients have become inadvertently addicted to medications.

To use this affliction, if he does in fact suffer from it, to try and destroy him is indescribably evil. This assault on Rush proves that hardcore Dems have neither compassion nor even a sense of common decency. Brookes' economics editor, Gerry Jackson, is right when he says "hate and malice is what defines the left"

Rush's situation demonstrates the disgusting level to which the same media that covered up Clinton's drug use and refused to investigate Juanita Broaddrick's allegations of rape have now targeted him for extermination.

It's becoming clearer by the day that it is the Kurt's, Chaits, Meyers, Krugmans, Jennings, Rathers, Kourics, Sulzbergers, Dowds, Exleys, etc., who are imperiling Americans' liberty, for what they are in fact saying to every American is that if you oppose the Party we will destroy you.

For those of you who think I am exaggerating, just recall that it is only days since the left forced Rush out of ESPN. In addition, the same vicious pattern has repeated itself in California, with Schwarznegger as the victim.

The same Dems and reporters who stood by Clinton when he was exposed as a sexual predator, who covered up Bustamante's racism and Davis's assault on a middle-aged woman have now targeted Schwarznegger as a serial abuser of women. If that doesn't make you vomit, nothing will.

However, unlike Clinton and Davis, Arnie, being the man he is, did the decent thing and publicly admitted that in the past he had behaved badly toward women. He then apologized. The response of the LA Times and the New York Times was to falsely accuse him of being a Hitler supporter.

The LA Times went even further by producing more allegations of sexual assaults. To publish allegations without any attempt to confirm them is a gross breach of journalistic ethics. But to hardcore Dems anything is ethical if it destroys a Republican candidate.

There is only one way to deal with America's media scum — and that is to fight fire with fire


TOPICS: Editorial; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: addiction; desperatedems; lovablefuzzball; mediabias; rush; rushbashing; smearcampaign
Good article.
1 posted on 10/05/2003 8:19:29 PM PDT by luv2ndamend
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To: All
A Recall AND a Fundraiser? I'm toast.
Let's get this over with FAST. Please contribute!

2 posted on 10/05/2003 8:21:52 PM PDT by Support Free Republic (Your support keeps Free Republic going strong!)
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To: luv2ndamend
Indeed. And using words like "scum" and "bigot" are not only accurate but effective.

Do what works.

3 posted on 10/05/2003 8:22:21 PM PDT by Reactionary
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4 posted on 10/05/2003 8:24:28 PM PDT by Born Conservative ("Start every day off with a smile and get it over with" - W. C. Fields)
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To: luv2ndamend; null and void; Mo1; lodwick; Budge
"I watched Bill Clinton lean up against a brick wall . . . he casually stuck my tooter up his nose. He was so messed up that night, he slid down the wall into a garbage can and just sat there like a complete idiot.'"

ROTFL! The REAL Bill Clinton!

5 posted on 10/05/2003 8:28:25 PM PDT by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: luv2ndamend
It is a good article.

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6 posted on 10/05/2003 8:35:12 PM PDT by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: luv2ndamend
bump
7 posted on 10/05/2003 8:39:14 PM PDT by Sgt_Schultze
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To: sweetliberty
There is only one way to deal with America's media scum — and that is to fight fire with fire

Works for me .. I'm emailing this one out

My hubby has been reading alot of my Clinton books lately

He just got done reading Dereliction of Duty .. One of the many comments he had was

The Clinton's are nothing but Cheap Classless Trash

8 posted on 10/05/2003 8:43:48 PM PDT by Mo1 (http://www.favewavs.com/wavs/cartoons/spdemocrats.wav)
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To: Mo1
Sounds like he gets it. This is really a good article. I would like to see more journalistic retaliation, if that's the right word for telling it like it is or giving it back in kind. I used to have a theory which I have for the most part abandoned, but I think it would work well here.....if you're gonna be accused of something, you might as well do it. We are always being accused of being nasty and vicious and racist and all that stuff, so why not take the gloves off and give them a taste of their own medicine?
9 posted on 10/05/2003 8:48:01 PM PDT by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: luv2ndamend
On the CBS "NFL Sunday" show this morning I just caught a tiny bit of their conversation about Rush. One of them, maybe Jim Nantz, was wondering why it took people 48 hours to become outraged over Rush.
10 posted on 10/05/2003 8:51:13 PM PDT by barker (Still believe in my KC Royals. Randa was rockin')
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To: barker
The sheeple had to be told to be outraged! LOL
11 posted on 10/05/2003 8:52:08 PM PDT by luv2ndamend
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To: sweetliberty
I still want to hear Rush AND his defenders (on the presumption that the facts are accurate) call for either an END to the assault on the Constitution (AKA the WOsD) OR Rush's IMMEDIATE guilty plea and request for the mandatory minimum sentence for being in possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, which (given the alleged quantities) would be a VERY reasonable charge, even if they were for his own personal consumption... I do NOT mind that he used such drugs, as that is HIS affair as it surely had no effect on me, whether for good or ill. What I object to is the blatant hypocrisy of the Dittoheads who would give him a pass, yet still advocate stiff jail terms for anyone ELSE in his position.
12 posted on 10/05/2003 8:59:09 PM PDT by dcwusmc ("The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself.")
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To: sweetliberty
We are always being accused of being nasty and vicious and racist and all that stuff, so why not take the gloves off and give them a taste of their own medicine?

We don't need to get in the gutter like the Dems ..

This article is a perfect example of how it should be done.

Another one is the story about Arnold gropping women .. according to the Liberals, it's ok to rape a women, just so long as you don't touch her breast

Bottom line .. Dems and the Liberal Press are nothing by HYPOCITES!!!

And Everyone is noticing it

13 posted on 10/05/2003 9:02:14 PM PDT by Mo1 (http://www.favewavs.com/wavs/cartoons/spdemocrats.wav)
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To: luv2ndamend
BUMP

Terry McAuliffe's Democrat Party trick of the Politics Of Personal Destruction continue...

14 posted on 10/05/2003 9:02:41 PM PDT by weegee
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To: dcwusmc
I've never advocated stiff jail terms for non-violent drug offenses. I think it is one of the most overblown issues of the past 2 or 3 decades.
15 posted on 10/05/2003 9:03:09 PM PDT by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: luv2ndamend
Defending Rush Limbaugh. Did anyone else hear the FOX sports announcer of the Eagles game a few moments after the game ended? He said, "Donovan McNabb deserved to win! After the past week he deserved to win." ... "We've come a long way and I can't see why 'anybody' would take us back." The stupid announcer just made Rush Limbaugh's case when he said, "Donovan McNabb deserved to win!" Why did HE deserve to win and not the team as a whole? Later I looked at the FOX sports writeup of the Eagles game which further made Rush's case when FOX prefaced their report of the Eagles win with the remark, "Take that Rush Limbaugh!" The leftist news media and sports media would love to trash Rush's career and this is only further proof. FOXsports network should rename itself "Faux sports network."
16 posted on 10/05/2003 9:09:11 PM PDT by texas slim
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To: luv2ndamend
This assault on Rush proves that hardcore Dems have neither compassion nor even a sense of common decency.

I think Rush's attorneys have done a fine job putting out this fire. Lately, we've seen a lot of media backtracking on this story as they find out that use of the wiretap is illegal in Florida, the maid's husband had a criminal background, etc.

It seems likely to me that Rush's hearing loss may have been caused by his drug habit. It's just too coincidental, and unlikely that a 50-year old would suddenly lose his hearing without some external stimulus. If so, he has already paid a very heavy price. I doubt he bought pills in the quantities they claim. More likely, they were covering their tracks, attributing inventory that went to others to the Limbaugh account.

Drug dealers deal with violent characters. No sense giving out their names even if you have already made a deal with the cops. In fact, going public this way ensures that those customers who might have been worried can rest easier.

In the end, I think it's important that Rush come clean with his audience. Understanding the possible legal ramifications, I can see he may need some time before he can really spill his guts about it. Nonetheless, having listened to him from the first day he came on the air in Sacramento, I WOULD continue to trust him with my daughter, my mother, etc. And I certainly would not hold this weakness against him.

Certainly, he can continue to teach us all a big lesson in conservatism by laying claim to it, and then summoning his belief in personal responsibility to triumph over it.

17 posted on 10/05/2003 9:09:38 PM PDT by massadvj
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To: sweetliberty
Perhaps you have not; El Rushbo has, however...
18 posted on 10/05/2003 9:10:09 PM PDT by dcwusmc ("The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself.")
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To: Mo1
"We don't need to get in the gutter like the Dems .."

I didn't mean it like that. I meant it more in terms of how they would interpret it. They are forever accusing us falsely and yet we continue to walk on eggshells so as not to validate their accusations, but it doesn't matter. Their perception nor their lies will be changed one bit if we tell it like it is, which will doubltless give them the vapors as they say "I TOLD you they were evil and nasty! See; this just proves it." Of course, it would prove nothing except to expose them more completely for the vicious and vile creatures that they are. Well that, and it would at least open up honest debate again, which political correctness has virtually silenced.

19 posted on 10/05/2003 9:12:18 PM PDT by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: dcwusmc
I still want to hear Rush AND his defenders (on the presumption that the facts are accurate) call for either an END to the assault on the Constitution (AKA the WOsD) OR Rush's IMMEDIATE guilty plea and request for the mandatory minimum sentence for being in possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute...

Even if Rush did possess a controlled substance which I don't know to be the case, I would doubt he had the intent to distribute.

20 posted on 10/05/2003 9:23:52 PM PDT by FreeReign
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To: dcwusmc
Perhaps he has, but I am not so quick to judge. There are a lot of players out there with an agenda that would love nothing more than to take Rush down. We don't know most of the facts and the ones we do know just don't add up. Besides, even if there is any truth to Rush having a drug problem, now or previously, so what? Just because you fall into a given sin doesn't mean you have to believe it is okay. In fact, if one has battled a certain sin or weakness and come out on top of it, that person is likely to be its harshest critic because it was an enemy and one with which the individual came to be deeply acquainted. For example, the harshest critics of smoking are often ex-smokers. Some of the strongest advocates for sexual morality are those who have fallen at some time or other into sexual promiscuity and know the damage it can do.

It is a good idea to weigh the facts on their own merit, when we actually have facts to weigh. If it should turn out that he fell into that particular weakness, I think it is more important to remember the good he has done and and the fact that he has for many years spoken what many of us believe when our own voices are lost in the crowd. I am sure that if any of it is true, that Rush will suffer enough humiliation at the hands of his enemies without his friends turning on him too. Which of us is without sin or weakness, or even without an occasional dash of hypocrisy?

21 posted on 10/05/2003 9:28:44 PM PDT by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: CounterCounterCulture
ping
22 posted on 10/05/2003 9:29:18 PM PDT by nutmeg ("The DemocRATic party...has been hijacked by a confederacy of gangsters..." - Pat Caddell, 11/27/00)
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To: massadvj
In the end, I think it's important that Rush come clean with his audience. Understanding the possible legal ramifications, I can see he may need some time before he can really spill his guts about it.

Hmmm. Lemme see.

By your standard, I guess we should insist that any public figure who is accused of something by anyone, no matter how decrepid, MUST come clean to our satisfaction.

Yeah, that's right. If someone can get the national enquire to write a story implying some nefarious wrongdoing, then we MUST as a society demand that person come clean.

C'mon. No one in authority whatsoever has said anything about Rush, other than the fact that his name came up in conjunction with this housekeeper and her convict husband.

When someone in authority comes out with some hard facts about Mr. Limbaugh, then we might consider asking him.

Until then, you are falling right into the slimebucket trap that is already ruining this country.

Death by innuendo. Paid innuendo, no less.

23 posted on 10/05/2003 9:38:46 PM PDT by Edit35
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To: dyno35
Death by innuendo. Paid innuendo, no less.

All that matters is the seriousness of the charges -- even to some here at FR.

24 posted on 10/05/2003 9:44:51 PM PDT by FreeReign
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To: dyno35
If Rush has a drug addiction, given his political orientation and relationship with his audience, I think he needs to come clean. Not because he is a public figure, but because he has a bond of trust with his audience and sponsors. It's the only course consistent with his conservative principles.
25 posted on 10/05/2003 9:47:45 PM PDT by massadvj
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To: FreeReign
My understanding is that Florida, like FedGov, treats possession of over a certain amount of any illicit substance as "intent to distribute" so that they can sock it to the user with the stiffest penalties possible, even if it WERE solely for personal use.
26 posted on 10/05/2003 10:02:55 PM PDT by dcwusmc ("The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself.")
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To: sweetliberty
So I can put you down in the "END the War on the Constitution (AKA the WOsD) column"????
27 posted on 10/05/2003 10:04:05 PM PDT by dcwusmc ("The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself.")
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To: luv2ndamend
I hope Rush comes out in top form on Monday and gets into all this Recall BS that is flying around.

Wish I had heard John and Ken tonight. Bet it was good. Anyone have any details on the show?
28 posted on 10/05/2003 10:11:59 PM PDT by BJungNan
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29 posted on 10/05/2003 10:15:27 PM PDT by Timesink (For a good time, visit clark2004.meetup.com. Ask for Mary!)
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To: massadvj
More likely, they were covering their tracks, attributing inventory that went to others to the Limbaugh account.

You wrote exactly what my family and I suspect happened. We think there is some truth to the rumor that Rush began abusing narcotic pain relievers. God knows it is very easy to become addicted to opiates and Rush is a man with big appetites.

That said, we also think this woman and her husband are huge liars and are using Rush in the way you described. It doesn't matter to me if Rush is an addict. I liked Rush before this happened and I still like him. I want the best for him and I feel like he will face up to his problems like a man.

30 posted on 10/05/2003 10:24:08 PM PDT by Zevonismymuse
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To: massadvj
Radio broadcasters are prone to loss of/impaired hearing, due to the headsets they wear. Rush wears his for 3 hours, five days a week, and he's done so for decades...most of his life. Why NO ONE has brought this wee fact to light, is quite beyond me; but, it IS a well known, supstanciated F-A-C-T !
31 posted on 10/05/2003 10:29:29 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: massadvj
Everybody is assuming that Rush is addicted because he won't discuss the matter.

He doesn't want to say anything to mess up the case against the maid. Being that his faher and grandfather were lawyers,and he is somewhat knowledgeable in these areas.

I believe he is getting his legal staff together to put the Enquirer out of business.

I heard him say on Friday that the truth will be out there very soon and as an aside he said maybe by the end of this coming week.

32 posted on 10/05/2003 10:36:37 PM PDT by Wacka
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To: BJungNan
John and Ken were good, as always. You didn't really miss much, in that sense, though, because it was just like their usual show. It was all about the recall, of course, and the two hours just flew by.
33 posted on 10/05/2003 11:23:22 PM PDT by Yaelle
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To: massadvj
"In the end, I think it's important that Rush come clean with his audience. Understanding the possible legal ramifications, I can see he may need some time before he can really spill his guts about it. Nonetheless, having listened to him from the first day he came on the air in Sacramento, I WOULD continue to trust him with my daughter, my mother, etc. And I certainly would not hold this weakness against him."

Addiction to opiates is not exactly uncommon. Many of the addicted are very fine people, but addictions are spiritual in nature and have unintended effects. Rush is absolutely right to keep his mouth shut while in legal jepardy. Moreover i don't think we have any right to the personal details of Rush's life. TV or radio confession is not part of any sacrament that I'm aware of, despite the prevailing attitudes of many Americans.
34 posted on 10/06/2003 12:02:54 AM PDT by claudiustg (Go Sharon! Go Israel!)
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To: dcwusmc
"Perhaps you have not; El Rushbo has, however..."

Got a quote?

35 posted on 10/06/2003 4:11:26 AM PDT by G.Mason (Lessons of life need not be fatal)
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To: dcwusmc
"My understanding is that Florida, like FedGov, treats possession of over a certain amount of any illicit substance as "intent to distribute" so that they can sock it to the user with the stiffest penalties possible, even if it WERE solely for personal use."

Key word?

(((( possession ))))

36 posted on 10/06/2003 4:14:34 AM PDT by G.Mason (Lessons of life need not be fatal)
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To: luv2ndamend
The LA Times went even further by producing more allegations of sexual assaults. To publish allegations without any attempt to confirm them is a gross breach of journalistic ethics.
The First Amendment protects printers from legal consequence for just about anything short of dropping a printing press on your head. So having a journalist toying with peoples' reputations is about like being in a jungle where a tiger may lurk--you don't assume the best but seriously consider the likelihood of encountering the worst.

Belief in "journalistic ethics" is a sign of education-induced brain damage. Why Broadcast Journalism is Unnecessary and Illegitimate is my ongoing FR thread which discusses that reality, and what might be done about it.


37 posted on 10/06/2003 5:50:47 AM PDT by conservatism_IS_compassion (The everyday blessings of God are great--they just don't make "good copy.")
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To: dcwusmc
If we had half the resources that have been wasted on the WOD, there would be no national debt. Of course, I'm sure someting else would have been found to spend the money on.
38 posted on 10/06/2003 5:54:42 AM PDT by sweetliberty ("Having the right to do a thing is not at all the same thing as being right in doing it.")
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To: massadvj
I think he needs to come clean

He will!

39 posted on 10/06/2003 5:57:18 AM PDT by GWB00
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To: FreeReign
I would doubt he had the intent to distribute.

It makes no difference whether a person is selling dope or not, intent to distribute is based solely on the amount of drugs seized, not on actually selling anything.

If Rush was found to have more Hillbilly Heroin than legally allowed, he would be charged with intent to distribute.

40 posted on 10/06/2003 5:59:17 AM PDT by Walkin Man
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To: Mo1
"Another one is the story about Arnold gropping women .. according to the Liberals, it's ok to rape a women, just so long as you don't touch her breast"

Another one is the story about Arnold gropping women .. according to the Liberals, it's ok to rape a women, just so long as you don't touch her breast are a Democrat.

41 posted on 10/06/2003 6:23:48 AM PDT by Thom Pain
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To: massadvj
Lately, we've seen a lot of media backtracking on this story

Where?

42 posted on 10/06/2003 6:26:27 AM PDT by Howlin
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To: Born Conservative
BTTT
43 posted on 10/06/2003 7:26:41 AM PDT by b4its2late (If you ain't makin' waves, you ain't kickin' hard enough!)
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To: luv2ndamend
Because the left is amoral, this crap will go on for the rest of time as long as the Republicans play nicey-nice. The day that they employ a big stick, change will occur. For now, each day is Lucy telling the moron Charley Brown that she won't pull the football away at the last moment. The RAT's, of course, will ALWAYS le and do just that.

When some of the girly men in Washington sprout a set and prosecute the criminal scum on the left, the game will change. Until then, too bad Charley Brown - you fricken idiot.
44 posted on 10/06/2003 8:01:29 PM PDT by WorkingClassFilth (TAR & FEATHERING - AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS RETURNED)
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