The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney

15 October 2009

Limbaugh Explains Obama's Takeover Of The NFL


Exclusion From NFL Underscores Anti-American Trend

Coming out swinging against the dishonest smear campaign that derailed his NFL bid, talk titan Rush Limbaugh told listeners today he feels "sad for our country" in light of what appears to be a partisan political takeover of the football league by left-wing Obamists.

An organized smear campaign led by sleazy "progressive" websites, the Reverend Al Sharpton and state-run media outlets successfully created a new standard for team ownership based on political beliefs. Opposition to Obama is now grounds in itself for exclusion from team ownership.

Limbaugh also dropped a bombshell during today's show: that far-left currency-killer George Soros may be among those bidding for the Rams.

Regarding the group bidding for the St Louis Rams, Limbaugh revealed, "I did not seek them out, they sought me out." He called the move to block him "a very slippery slope."

"It's already happened to Wall Street, it's already happened to the auto business," Rush noted, pointing to government takeovers of private sector businesses under the Obamist regime.

"The end result of this folks, (is that) I have lost nothing... but our country has lost a great deal," he added.

Summing it up, Rush said, "what I'm now going to be known as is the mirror that showed what the country is becoming... those people who enabled this event for their own racial reasons, for their own ratings... will be just as unhappy as they were before."

Echoing the sentiments of many others, he added, "I'm more sad for our country than I am for myself."

Meanwhile, the National Legal and Policy Center has revealed a list of the corporate sponsors who helped Sharpton and others engineer their dishonest smear campaign:

Sharpton’s Corporate Sponsors Funded Anti-Rush Limbaugh Campaign

Submitted by Peter Flaherty on Wed, 10/14/2009 - 21:38

Al Sharpton’s platform for his assault on Rush Limbaugh’s NFL ownership bid was the National Action Network (NAN), which is bankrolled by corporate America.

The following companies were identified this year by NAN as “sponsors”: American Honda, Anheuser Busch, Colgate-Palmolive, Comcast, Entergy, Ford Motor Company, Home Depot, Johnson & Johnson, Macy’s, PepsiCo, Pfizer and Wal-Mart. Sponsorship reportedly cost $50,000.

NLPC is asking these companies to end their support for Sharpton and NAN.

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    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 15 October, 2009 21:04  

  • It seems to me that all the negative vibes this blowhard (Rush Hudson Limbaugh A.KA. Jeff Christie) has been spewing over these many years has come back to blow back on his face (A classic “Blow Back”). He always tries to give off the airs that he can have anything he wants but as we all witness those with more money and influence tossed him aside like sack of potatoes and the ultimate insult was that it was done in public (money don’t buy you everything butterball).

    Now of course he blames everyone else (Michael J. Fox, Perez Hilton, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Sonia Sotomayor, Hillary Clinton, Olympia Snowe, ESPN, NFL, the media, basically people of color, women and gays) when of course all you have to do is listen to his show and plainly hear his daily prejudices filled sermons. So NFL, I salute you decision, job well done. And to the whaling cry baby perched on his self made pedestal, quit your whining it was your own fault. Don’t we all feel better?

    By Anonymous Paul, at 15 October, 2009 23:19  

  • The NFL decides who becomes an owner not the other way around.

    All this blowhard (Rush Hudson Limbaugh A.KA. Jeff Christie) has to offer is his money and his opinions, which in my opinion are on the fringes of racism (one mans opinion). There are many more groups biding for the Rams, not just his group. Lets face it there are more men with money that will gladly fill the slot and the Rams will win or lose depending on how well the team works together and not on whether or not Rush is an owner.

    As for Vick, well he is a player (he has talent not like you, Rush or I, unless you are a NFL player?) and he served his time and the NFL decided we live in the land of second chances, so why not (I personally don’t like it but, oh well). Life has never been fair (NEWS FLASH!)

    Now as to the “Free Speech” argument, I guess many of you like myself heard Rush on Thursday “Almost in tears”, priceless. But the last two days he now is in his normal ranting and will continue until someone surpasses him, “Free Speech” continues, so quit your whining.

    By Anonymous Paul, at 21 October, 2009 00:01  

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