Thursday, October 15, 2009


The Truth About Rush

Of all the repugnant things Rush Limbaugh is supposed to have uttered according to the past week's slanderfest against him, the world is still waiting to hear the incriminating excerpts captured from his show or other sources. Apparently, recordings of viciously racist, hateful and bigoted statements attributed by CNN, MSNBC, ESPN et al to the most carefully documented and closely scrutinized conservative figure of the past twenty years are nowhere to be found in the public record.

It's like they were a complete fabrication or something.

Let's hear from some of Rush Limbaugh's shameless apologists.

Arab-hater Mark Steyn:
Can anyone play this game? Bryan Burwell says, "I like to have sex with donkeys." What's that? He didn't actually say it? Fine, let's play along for the time being and take him at his word that he was inaccurately quoted...
Power Line:

The irony runs deep: Keith Olbermann, who unlike Limbaugh is actually a hatemonger, is employed as an NFL commentator.
Andrew McCarthy:

That's how Rush treats people — in the Martin Luther King aspiration that the content of one's character is what matters, not the color of one's skin. Yet, in the media narrative, he's somehow the one who's got a race issue — and the guys who trade on race, live and breathe it 24/7, are held up as our public conscience. The Left calls this "progress." I call it perversion.

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