Skip to comments.The Rush Limbaugh LIVE Radio Show Thread - Tuesday April 28, 2009
Posted on 04/28/2009 8:19:07 AM PDT by IMissPresidentReagan
AND NOW . . . amidst billowing clouds of fragrant, aromatic first- and second-hand premium cigar smoke. . . it is time for . . . that harmless, lovable little fuzz ball, the highly-trained broadcast specialist, having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have, from behind the golden EIB microphone, firmly ensconced in the prestigious Attila-the-Hun chair at the Limbaugh Institute of Advanced Conservative Studies, serving humanity simply by showing up, and hes not retiring until every American agrees with him, do NOT doubt him, with shrieks of joy at the mere mention of his name (thats Rush, for those in Rio Linda),the Mandarin of Talk Radio, with talent on loan from G-d, at the cutting-edge of societal evolution, with half his brain tied behind his back just to make it fair, the all-knowing, all-caring, all-sensing, all-feeling, all-concerned Maha-Rushie! Americas anchorman, truth detector, and doctor of democracy. A Real Man, a living legend, a way of life. Commander in Chief of U.S. Operation Chaos. Chief Waga-Waga El Rushbo of the El Conservo Tribe. Chief of the Patriotism Police. Leader of the Conservative Movement. A Weapon of Mass Instruction. El Rushbo (a little Spanish lingo, there). He is the man who is running America (you know it and I know it). He knows the Democrats like every square inch of his glorious naked body. He is ready to do what he was born to dothats host. Get ready to what you were born to dothats listen (and post your comments on the Rush Limbaugh LIVE Radio Thread).
My f-i-l worked at GM for over 46 years before he retired. He’s turning in his grave over this nonsense.
So, it’s official?
He has gone by so many names, maybe TOTUS needs to keep track for him
The Bill of Federalism
“The Bill of Federalism: 10 Amendments to be Proposed to the States for Ratification” as drafted by Professor Randy Professor Barnett, working with the assistance and support of The Nationwide Tea Party Coalition.
It’s a shame....how long do you think it will take before the Union runs it into the ground. Sure will make union negotiations easy!
May the rest of the RINOs follow suit. Burn down the BIG TENT and toss the clowns and circus freaks like Arlen, McLame and his butt-boy Goober Grahamnesty.
Talk about letting the inmates take over the asylum!!
In a Rasmussen Reports poll out this morning, the Pennsylvania Republican lags behind GOP primary challenger Pat Toomey by more than 20%. Just 30% of Republican voters in the Keystone State say they would vote for the incumbent, while 51% are throwing their support behind Toomey.
Furthermore, 55% of voters have an unfavorable view of the incumbent senator, according to the poll. Rasmussen Reports calls those stats “stunningly poor” for a veteran such as Specter, who’s spent nearly 30 years in Congress’ upper chamber.
Thanks for the picture of the fashion maven!! /sarc
Might as well give a few folks a ride
And you know that how? Because the administration says so??? You're sure that the "photo op" of AF1 wasn't just a cover for a scenic junket for some of Zer0's followers?
Boy, I wish I could be as certain (/s)
This is actually good news, if it means that Specter will be the Rat candidate in the Fall.
How does Ford negotiate a good contract with the part owners of their 2 remaining American competitors?...Can you say Conflict of Interest?...Not in the World of Bammy!
What’s Sean Vannity gonna say since he supported that POS over Toomey.
I can see GM going back to to the Gov. for more money when sales fall into the terlet!
Or W for that matter!
DUmocrat party isn’t a “Big Tent”....it’s more like a gaggle of FREAKS!
If I was in the market for a new car, I’d give Ford a serious look. Hubby REALLY needs a truck, even though we can’t afford one right now.
YouTube video of the “suprise low flying jet flight”.
Ha, just said that about Specter on the Specter thread.
He will get the nom. He’s been voted in office all this time and he’s clearly not been true blue Republican. The PA Dems will love him for offically switching. Toomey ‘may’ be in trouble over this.
Opps, here it is.
So the Republican Party is stronger because of Spector leaving? Rush is confusing me.
Once the Obammament© controls the car companies.....we will no longer be allowed to decide WHAT car(or for that matter anything else) we want.
I hope you don’t mind if I steal your graphic.
Feel free...it’s “borrowed”!
Bambam isn’t smart enough to come up with this on his own. WHO is REALLY pulling the strings?
FREE TRANSPORTATION to the polls!
Capitalism ended last Oct. when Bush and Congress voted the first bailout!
The scary thing is that so many people sit back and don’t see a problem with the Government and the Unions taking ownership of companies!! Hard to believe all this has taken place in 100 days......scares the heck out of me to think about the next 4 years!
It’s being culled of RINOs.
F150s are nice trucks.....Mr. PTD loves his.
“In a dramatic move yesterday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) withdrew the air quality permit it issued last summer for the Desert Rock coal-fired power plant, which is slated to be built on the Navajo Nation in the Four Corners region just southwest of Farmington, New Mexico.”
Well, if we can ever afford one, that could happen. =)
OMG I never thought I’d say this, but hillery-rotten dresses better than ma-bell.
I’d like to be a fly on the wall in his office. I think it’s more than just George, though.
Specter wont rule out run as an Independent
By Aaron Blake
Posted: 03/17/09 08:18 PM [ET]
Sen. Arlen Specter said Tuesday that he will not run for reelection in 2010 as a Democrat, but might run as an Independent.
The Pennsylvania Republican has been under tremendous pressure from the GOP base since being one of just three Republicans to vote for the Democratic-led stimulus package last month.
He said in an interview with The Hill that the role of the Republican Party in Washington is too vital for him to switch to the Democratic side.
Im staying a Republican because I think I have a more important role to play there, he said. I think the United States very desperately needs a two-party system. And Im afraid that were becoming a one-party system, with Republicans becoming just a regional party.
At the same time, Specter said he is open to the possibility of running as an Independent with the understanding that he would caucus with Republicans, just as Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) did with Democrats in 2006.
Though he left that option on the table, he suggested it would be a last resort.
Its pretty hard to run without a party, Specter said. Its always something that could be a possibility. But then I wouldnt be in the Republican caucus wouldnt have quite the standing as a Republican.
The decision would be harder for Specter, too, because Pennsylvania state law does not allow someone who has lost a primary to run as an Independent, as Lieberman did. Specter would need to decide to run without a party in advance of the primaries.
Specter lamented that his home state doesnt allow for him to run as an Independent if he loses the primary. He also said he supports an upcoming effort to open the primaries to independent voters.
A recent Susquehanna poll showed 66 percent of Pennsylvania Republicans saying they would like a new senator, while just 26 percent said they would support Specter.
Specter also has a viable primary opponent in former Rep. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), who lost to Specter by less than 2 percent in the 2004 primary.
The five-term incumbent senator, who switched from Democrat to Republican before running for Philadelphia district attorney in 1965, suggested that his principles might be more important than his political survival. He cited his recent decision to be one of three Republican senators to join all Democrats in supporting President Obamas $787 billion stimulus package as an example.
Sometimes it might be too high a price to be able to stay here, he said. When I voted on the stimulus package, I was well-aware of the political peril.
Specter could alienate his base again if he votes for the Employee Free Choice Act, which would make it easier for unions to organize and was reintroduced earlier this month. He was the lone Republican to join Democrats in a failed attempt to call up the bill last Congress, and hes carefully considering voting for the bill again.
Talk of a Specter switch percolated Monday when Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell (D) said in an interview with a news station that he, Vice President Biden and Sen. Bob Casey Jr. (D-Pa.) have all tried to recruit Specter to the Democratic side.
Were Specter to join the Democrats, they would likely attain a 60-seat, filibuster-proof majority, with Democrat Al Franken apparently headed for victory in Minnesotas protracted Senate race.
Specter said that prospect is not appealing.
I think each of the 41 Republican senators, in a sense and I dont want to overstate this is a national asset, he said, because if one was gone, youd only have 40, the Democrats would have 60, and they would control all of the mechanisms of government.
Leaving his party to run as an Independent would be welcome news to at least one member of the Senate.
Id be delighted to have him in my caucus, Lieberman said.
Mr.FF has always said that Ford made trucks better than anyone. Says it’s i-beam construction. Despite his family of GM workers both our vans were Fords.
The Republican Party cannot afford another blood bath in 2010. Maybe Rush’s ratings will continue through the roof but recruitment efforts for the Republican Party are only going to get worse with this continued bashing of the Party by Rush and others on talk radio.
I hate Port.