Rush Limbaugh Opens New Verbal War Front Against ABC’s Stephanopoulos

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Conservative talk show host and GOP powerhouse Rush Limbaugh has opened a second front in his national verbal war — this time against ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos. He insists that Republican leader Rep. Eric Cantor really DOES want President Barack Obama to fail despite what Cantor suggested in public. He also charged that Stephanopoulos is part of a White House conspiracy.

Impression from this independent voter who has been in both parties
, been a conservative, liberal and who split tickets often (I was a Reagan Democrat in the 80s): American politics has gotten increasingly hateful. But the fact that we now see people actively cheering for a President to fail — no matter how it is later finessed — and making this kind of desire a kind of partisan LITMUS TEST is mind-boggling.

The other fact is that if America fails and goes down the tubes Mr. Limbaugh is so rich that he will never feel what millions of Americans would feel as he flies in his private jet and smokes his cigars.

If Rush loses a million? So what? That’s his food bill for one week.

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  1. So realistically, Rush is the spiritual head of the Republican Party and most Republicans agree with Rush, net result is that Republicans are actively hoping that Obama and our government's stated policies fail. I do agree with him that most are just too chicken to admit it.

    Wow – how far does this party have to fall before they turn around?

  2. But the fact that we now see people actively cheering for a President to fail — no matter how it is later finessed

    Was this not what the Democrats have been doing to Bush for the last 5 years?

  3. Was this not what the Democrats have been doing to Bush for the last 5 years?

    We did not hope for failure, we knew it was going to happen, after Shrub's entire career has been one of failing upward and letting his daddy clean up his messes.

    The only we didn't know was how big the failure was going to be and how long it would take the general public to realize that they had put Alfred E Newman in the White House.

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