Sunday, June 28, 2009

Limbaugh Gives Hope To Us All

Did you ever hope the American right would just give up and go back to their caves. Did you ever hope Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter would decide that conservativism has lost and that they would just move to the Keys, stoke up their blenders, and lose themselves in their personal margueritavilles.

Did you ever imagine an America in which we could address public policy issues without having to be distracted by the hatred of liberals, African-Americans, gays, and Hispanics spewing forth from the conservative media?

Did you ever think there would be a time when war isn't the first, second, and third option of American foreign policy?

Well, Rush Limbaugh is beginning to imagine that time.

In his own particular way

In response to Mark Sanford's news conference last Wednesday, Limbaugh speculated that Sanford wasn't so much in love but that he was just giving up the fight for the conservative cause.

And Limbaugh warned that "there are a lot of people," a lot of conservative people, who are looking at the political landscape and becoming so dispirited that they're thinking of just giving up and "enjoying life."
There are a lot of people whose spirit is just. They’re fed up . . . say the hell with it. I don’t even want to fight this anymore. I want to get away from it. Rush, are you kidding, this theory of yours about Sanford?" No, I'm not. My first thought was he said: "To hell with this. The Democrats are destroying the country. We can't do anything to stop it. I gave everything I had to stop it here in South Carolina. My wife's left me, the hell with it. I'm going to enjoy life what little time I've got left." Folks, there are a lot of people that are looking at life, they're saying screw it. They're saying screw it. Before Obama takes away all their money, before Obama takes away their house or the economy takes away their house, there are people who are simply saying the hell with this. They've tuned out. The hell with it. I'm just going to try to enjoy it as much as I can. . .
Jason Links of HuffPost thinks that Limbaugh is just blaming Obama for Sanford's affair. But it sounds to me like Limbaugh thinks a lot of conservatives are ready to run up the white flag.

And that's reason to hope . . . and maybe celebrate.

Keep fighting team.

1 comment:

Todd Mayo said...

Definatley hope...and hopefully a celebration!! I don't even care about these people's private lives but those like Larry Craig and John Ensign really have been thrown under the bus they helped put on the road. There is poetic justice to that I suppose. I think I will keep fighting!!