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Posted on 02/13/2013 8:43:30 AM PST by Biggirl
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I’m laughin so hard I cannot get off da floor
This is brilliant analysis by Rush. Obama’s agenda has widespread support while at the same time the majority of Americans are dissatisfied with the country’s direction. Obama postures as the crusader, the man who’s fighting against everything that’s wrong. He’s not governing, he’s still campaigning, still fighting against the entrenched interests. It’s stunning.
That woman’s all butt and no chest.
looks like butt and balls to me.....
Obama’s position is that he doesn’t have anything to do with the policies of the country; he’s the one trying to fix everything that’s wrong.
I agree. I think that is indeed the secret to his success—the perpetual campaign.
So he can bring about the destruction of the country, all the while pretending he’s the one fighting against it.
Good Gawd, one of Frank Luntz’s idiot focus groups.
Rush’s insights are often right on. What doesn’t get pointed out enough is that conservatives started losing ground with the election of GWHB. He only laments that we may never turn it around in his lifetime.
Luntz is an idiot from Planet Isanidiotshere
I used to wonder how on earth the German Citizenry ever allowed Hitler to advance so quickly. Now I know.
Obama doesn’t want to be perceived as responsible for anything that happens in the country. Even as he succeeds in implementing huge portions of his agenda, he portrays himself as fighting the evil entrenched forces. That’s why he will never agree to any compromise on any issue. He knows he’s got a winning formula: keep pinning the blame for his policies on the Republicans, keep portraying himself as the hero fighting the evil conservatives, don’t allow a budget to pass or any other action that Americans might reasonable associate with him. And as Rush points out, it works because the media are absolutely complicit. (I know I’m just repeating what Rush is saying—I’m taking notes for future reference.)
That makes sense, CSM.
While tearing down the institutions that made our country great, he portrays himself as the one fighting to prevent that from happening. Amazing. And that’s why he wouldn’t get involved in the Benghazi incident—so he wouldn’t be held responsible. And Rush’s comment that that’s why he voted “present” during his congressional “career”—brilliant. And that’s why Obama let Pelosi write Obamacare, and why he never went out and sold it himself.
Did anyone else see this
“So God Made A Liberal... “
I don’t do Twitter but first found this guy, Sooper Mexican, during one of Alec Baldwin’s many rants couple months ago. This guy was giving it to him good. Anyway, Dana Perino was talking about this on The Five the other day. She follows him on Twitter... It’s awesome. Rush needs to mention it.
Listening to Rush today makes me so glad that I did not watch Dear Leader last night. I am getting angrier by the minute!
You nailed it. Scary shit.
Yet mention Hitler in the same sentence as Obama and you get Godwin's Law, "The first person to mention Hitler, loses the argument." Well, I would reply that sometimes the comparison is appropriate, and citing Godwin's Law is just another attempt to stifle free speech.
kinda like Reynold’s law
Reynold’s law declared Murphy was an optimist
Brilliant, my butt. If Rush is just now suddenly having this big revelation that people aren’t connecting Obama with the current situation in the country, why did he make a big deal (rightly so) about the need to educate the public in the days following the election? It’s completely obvious and nothing any of us hasn’t already figured out for cripesake. Rush just insults his audience when he goes into this kind of “jeez I was too stupid to realize this before” bit. How about getting on with the process of educating the “low information voters” then? Will Rush do anything more than yak about it or will he rise to the standard of his conservative mentors like Wm. F. Buckley and work to show the connections he he now finally sees are missing?
Not so Giant...I got un PINGED!!
I am honestly thinking that the final nail has already been hammered 80% in! The reality is that if we lose to the Progressive D’s then we are done. In addition, if we lose to the Progressive R’s, we are done.
The Real Americans, Conservatives, have to fight the President, the media and Rove’s ilk. If we don’t get some more Tea Party Conservatives in the House to overcome Boehner and enough Tea Party Conservatives in the Senate to overcome Reid, then our Republic is officially dead.
She is on life support now and we can only hope that we have the right Dr on call and that the American public doesn’t run the ambulance off the road.....
So am I. And there’s another interesting observation by Rush: Obama’s complete lack of cooperation with Republicans is by design; he’s not going to allow anything to happen that might result in his being seen as responsible for government policies while Republicans hold the House. He has to be perceived as and outside, the brave challenger constantly at war with unseen forces (and Republicans) who are trying to destroy the county. Then if he wins the House in the 2014 election, he can spend the last two years of his presidency finalizing the implementation of his agenda: citizenship for all illegals, a level of taxation on gun ownership that will put guns out of reach of everyone except the very wealthy and criminals, the socialization of the private sector (including whatever’s left of private medicine and medical insurance companies), and income tax increases that will bring about the end of entrepreneurship in this country.
No one should make the mistake of thinking Obama is stupid. He knows exactly what he’s doing, and he’s carrying it out brilliantly. With the complicity of the media and the acquiescence of Americans successfully dumbed down by 50 years of Democrat-run government schools, he is an unstoppable force. Or at least I can’t think of anything that can stop him.
Geez, sorry to be so depressing. Please, somebody, prove me wrong.
I was doing something better... FAMILY time....
ROTFLOL with the Shanklin parody!!!
That was funny....
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Obama can’t afford any compromise with Republicans because there’s not one aspect of conservatism that he can accept. He has to remain the outsider fighting for good against the evil, entrenched establishment. (Still taking notes here.)
One thing I disagree with is that Obama doesn’t have the courage to allow his name to be associated with his policies. I don’t think it’s a matter of courage. He just knows that if he’s associated with his own policies, Americans may begin to wake up and realize their dilemma is his fault, and that might slow the implementation of his agenda. He doesn’t want the responsibility of the presidency; he intends to live the rest of his life as the shining knight who did everything possible to defeat the forces of evil, when in fact he was the architect of that evil.
It’s a nightmarish twist on Ronaldus Magnus’ famous statement that you can get a lot done if you don’t care who gets the credit for it.
First, why does someone waste time arguing their name pronunciation? Second, I smell llort caller.
Much like the split between the Queen and the Prime Minister in the U.K.
The total opposite of Obama's fellow Democrat, Harry S Truman. Where does "buck stop," now?
Screaming in ager, maybe; cheering? NFW!
“only Levin and a few politicians are openly fighting back
while sangre latino Rubio is foisted as the new third rail petard”
Levin is a big fan of Rubio. That’s a glaring inconsistency in Levin’s fight against the GOP elite.
His support of Rubio and his 1860s views are glaring holes
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