Rush has my ears nearly every day. What he said tonight was not new nor different from what he says every day.
And therein lies the problem: he’s singing to the choir. Every day. Same choir. (although it’s always fun to see the voice I listen to. And he’s looking great, by the way).
We need (somehow) to get voices like Rush’s to other choirs. Appearing on Fox (same choir) won’t do it.
Failing that, his words are becoming meaningless, I fear, as they have been said since 1989 or so by him to us. (albeit, 20 million of us)
Just imagine 20 million of us ALL campaigning for him.
Actually Limbaugh spoke to quite a number of folks he doesn’t
reach on a regular basis. Unfortunately a cable channel such
as FOX doesn’t command the viewership that the alphabet
networks do. And, of course, on any network a Rush interview
would consist of one hour of him having to explain why he
deserves to breathe the same air as the rest of the human race.
Absolutely no alphabet network interview toadie would throw
out topics and allow Rush to run with them like Greta did. That
is why he won’t do TV interviews as a rule. I would, however,
like to see him appear on a few panel format programs where
he would have the opportunity to demonstrate the art of
challenging the idiotic premises and statements of the libturd
For us dittoheads, Rush said nothing really new last night, which is like reading the Ten Commandments on a granite monument & then coming back later to see that nothing on it has changed.
For those of you in Rio Linda, I mean that about
Rush in a positive way. But the whole show was worth watching just to see the awe on Greta’s face, as though she were thinking, “Everything I have ever been told about this man is a lie!”
He is only singing to the choir because the media limits him the same way it works against conservatives.
IMO, just the way liberals have been boycotting and putting pressure on conservatives; maybe all the conservatives should do the same things to reporters and the companies that sponsor them.
Hit them in the wallet for the next ten years and see if that changes up things.
In fact, few people have a liberal view, but the press is so overwhelming that you would think they were a vast majority.
IMO, there needs to be a peaceful coordinated effort to boycott sponsors of liberal media. Work it!