Crazed Libtalker: Rush Limbaugh Worse Than Westboro's Fred Phelps
Lefties Hope To Kill Foes With 1000 Paper Cuts
During yesterday's syndicated radio program, Rush Limbaugh asked liberal detractors why they haven't been more effective in their most recent career-destruction efforts. Is this really the best they can do? After all, the latest charges of "racism" against the talk titan seem especially silly.
Their methods have certainly changed: instead of waiting for a major ('nappy-headed ho's') opportunity, "progressives" are now utilizing even the most mundane comments to build a "case" against Limbaugh. The faux OUTRAGE (!!!!) machine is now running 24/7.
Repeat the smears often enough and they're sure to stick, aren't they?
Listen as libtalkers and guests utilize this sleazy strategy:
STEPHANIE MILLER (14 July 2010 - Hour One) (12:00): (after airing Rush audio reaction to George Steinbrenner's death) See, that’s a reference to the New Black Panther ('whatever' sound effect) whatever huge story that’s on the Fox News (Fox news breaking news sound effect) 24/7.
GUEST KARL FRISCH, MEDIA MATTERS FOR AMERICA: He also said the same day that Steinbrenner had fired a lot of white guys. There is nothing that Rush Limbaugh does not see through racially charged tinted glasses.
And yet the media always says well Rush Limbaugh has this to say about health care. Rush Limbaugh has this to say about the war in Afghanistan.
You know, I don’t remember them going to other run-of-the-mill-racists whenever they needed comment. But you know this is not the first time he’s politicized the used of racially charged rhetoric.
RANDI RHODES (14 July 2010 - Hour One) (37:08): This is his death, Rush Limbaugh, this is George Steinbrenner's death! Is there any event that you can't turn into a platform for racism? Rush Limbaugh has ruined more funerals than Fred Phelps ever dreamed of ruining!
I mean, he's much more widely distributed than Fred Phelps' little Westboro Baptist Church out of freaking Kansas that goes to, uh, you know, our soldier's funerals with signs that say God hates the F-word. I mean, really, this is what we've degenerated into and you want to, what, say America's the greatest country in the world.
Note how Frisch in particular uses the phony Steinbrenner flap to marginalize Rush. In the same way it would be crazy to cast Mel Gibson for an upcoming film, why would the media bother to quote a "run-of-the-mill racist" like Limbaugh?
Clearly, the new anti-talk radio strategy is death by a thousand paper cuts rather than a bombshell event. Will it work?