Skip to comments.Vanity: Rush Limbaugh, the most powerful man in the world!
Posted on 01/25/2009 2:40:42 PM PST by Jim Robinson
B. Hussein Obama arguably holds the most powerful office in the world, yet he fears a mere conservative talk show host. I say that makes Rush Limbaugh the most powerful man in the world!
Way to go Rush!! Keep up the great fight for Liberty and against Marxism!!
Rush has stepped it up a notch or two of late.
He is only one voice crying in the wilderness but, Oh what a voice.. and message. ;-)
Couldn’t agree more and I said the same thing on another thread earlier today.
We only need ONE leader and Rush right now is it!
Yea, Obozo wants Conservatives to dump Rush.
Welll, let see, ahuh ahuh, I am so stupit that I am going to take advice from a liberal. Ahuh ahuh!
Obozo must think that we are as dumber then he is.
The Democrats have overwhelming control.
“...he fight over free speech”
Should BO and his buds try to infringe upon the first amendment right to free speech by seeking to hush Rush and other broadcasters, I believe it will be time for us to organize a “March on Washington” with numbers that will far exceed the attendance at last week’s inauguration.
Most of us have to work so it ain't going to happen. Who the hell can afford to lose their job and spend thousands of dollars to walk in the beaten path of unwashed idiots "hitting the streets"?
Try to come up with a plan that doesn't involve sniffing glue.
Yep, I fully expect Mark will have Rush’s back, and I’m looking forward to hearing his show tomorrow, too.
Here is a quote from B.O.’s inaugural speech that - from the looks of things - we and Rush will be able to use against him sooner rather than later, for he’s describing himself:
“To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history...”
Here’s another quote from B.O.’s inaugural speech that is so not true, and so naive, that it sounds as if Jimmah Carter or one of the Code Pink nit-wits wrote it for him:
“... our security emanates from the justness of our cause, the force of our example, the tempering qualities of humility and restraint.”
Source: Text of President Barack Obama’s inaugural address:
And here is even more that will come back to bite him in the butt:
January 24, 2009
Obama’s Curious Inaugural Rhetoric
By Paul Kengor
“...Alluding to the American founders, President Barack Obama, in his Inaugural Address, stated: “The time has come to reaffirm our enduring spirit; to choose our better history; to carry forward that precious gift, that noble idea, passed on from generation to generation: the God-given promise that all are equal, all are free, and all deserve a chance to pursue their full measure of happiness.” This seemed to be a reference to the Declaration of Independence, or at least to the principles in that sacred political document.
The moment I heard those words, I immediately noticed — as did others who quickly commented — that Obama neglected two crucial things from the most famous line not only in the Declaration of Independence but in the essence of the American founding: 1) He left out the unalienable right to “Life;” and 2) He left out the words “created” and “Creator” — the God who “endows” that “Right,” a right which is a “self-evident” “truth.”
This slight was significant for a myriad of reasons. Chief among them, it is patently clear — as it was to the American founders — that one must have life before one can even begin to entertain liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That is why that quintessential right is so fundamental and unassailable, as theologians and political philosophers alike have long pointed out in their admiration of the founders and their Declaration.
When I say “founders,” I mean founders, since Thomas Jefferson himself wrote that very line, which was then preserved and approved in a series of edits and revisions to Jefferson’s text by John Adams, Ben Franklin, and the entirety of the Continental Congress.
Even that, though, does not get to the heart of what Obama pronounced. Whether the new president — and his speechwriter and staff — realized it or not, he appears to have inter-mixed the core of the Declaration of Independence with the core slogan of the French Revolution: “liberty, equality, and fraternity.” He seems to have integrated the guiding document of the French Revolution, the Declaration of the Rights of Man, with the guiding document of the American Revolution.
There, too, in the Declaration of the Rights of Man, the emphasis on “life” is replaced with “equality,” as it was in the new president’s Inaugural Address. In the French manifesto, the word “life” is non-existent, as are the words “God” and “created” or “Creator.”
That was no accident by those who spearheaded the French Revolution. ... [snip]”
“Wonder what Rush will have to say about it?” ~ freekitty
Rush to Announce a Bipartisan Plan [to Obama] to Resolve the Fight Over the Stimulus Package on Monday’s Show
Let’s stop the acrimony. Let’s start solving our problems... together. Why wait another day?
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Nobody else is willing to defy the Obama cult.
Rush’s radio show tomorrow will be ANOTHER ONE for the civics history books and I bet the salient parts of it will show up on Youtube..
Another few jobless reports and most of us wont have that problem..........
"You know it and I know it." :)