Skip to comments.Limbaugh: This New “Call For Civility” Is Just “Censorship” From The Left
Posted on 01/18/2011 6:29:07 PM PST by Nachum
Today Rush Limbaugh wanted to make it perfectly clear that anyone thinking political rhetoric in the 1980s was more civil than it is today doesnt remember the Reagan era very well. Rush claimed the hatred for Ronald Reagan was universal in the Democrat party and throughout the media and that the discourse was just as vitriolic with Reagan being directly blamed for the spread of AIDS, homelessness and every other bad thing imaginable. Why Rush discussed this history was to justify his skepticism about the lefts call for civility as nothing more than censorship.
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I think he hit the nail on the head. The left is never “civil” about anything...
Democratic consultant Bob Beckel went on Fox News and said he invented the bull's-eye maps.
"I invented targeting with two other guys in the early 70s that's a state of art in politics, targeting. We called it targeting. You figure out they're going to vote you and you want to get all that." "I used to use targets in ads all the time."
Democratic consultant Bob Beckel
If we embrace a call to civility Hollywood film production would stop overnight.
And Rap would be done as well.
Its just the lefts latest attmept to expand the Fed while reducing rights.
The left can kiss our collective a$$es. We will show them what incivility is all about.
Yes, Rush has it excruciatingly right this time. The Left will only act to silence the majority of real Americans, nothing less.
Crossfire was a current events debate television program that aired from 1982 to 2005 on CNN.
Toning down the rhetoric is a Democrat euphemism for shut up and obey, like the Race Card has become.
The Radical Leftists are only interested in toning down the rhetoric of those that disagree with them, while they are free to engage in violent and vitriolic rhetoric against public figures on the right, while cowering the Center.
They call it “moving the window”
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