Rush Limbaugh Gives Keynote Speech At CPAC

You know that Alice has gone through the looking glass when Rush starts making sense. I will keep adding each progressive segment of this amazing speech as they are added to Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/v/_qtvtBGWgBc&hl=en&fs=1

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http://www.youtube.com/v/1MyDsRWwQvc&hl=en&fs=1

http://www.youtube.com/v/ujdk97UXODM&hl=en&fs=1

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6 Responses to “Rush Limbaugh Gives Keynote Speech At CPAC”
  1. Tim says:

    I thought he did a great job.

  2. My biggest disagreement with what he said was when he referred to how many more votes there would have been against Obama if there had been a conservative candidate. That’s a total cop out! These jackasses let the usurper in because McCain wasn’t “conservative” enough, and I can never forget it! They sold our country down the river to make a stinking political point!

    Never forget this; the conservatives may help us get the results we need, but they are not the saviors of this country. Quite the opposite, in fact. Political extremism in America has got to end now! It’s time to take America back!

  3. GG – that is exactly what I have been yelling about for months – since the freakin’ election. TIME TO DROP THE LABELS AND BE AMERICANS! The Republicans are as corrupt as the Dems.

  4. I’ve been thinking about this since last night, and the question that keeps popping into my head is this:

    Why does Barack Obama want Rush Limbaugh to be the de facto leader of the Republican party?

    The answer is simple: the two men represent the extremes on each side of the political spectrum. Obama can only be effective if there is a polar opposite to him, and vice versa. Obama scares them to the far left, Limbaugh scares them to the extreme right; those of us in the center are continually ruled by the extremes when they use this method.

    Ironically, this is part of what Rush is saying in his pretty little speech, but of course his finger is pointed firmly left. Stop and think about it – he tells the conservatives not to let the liberals manipulate them or make them change their core values, but isn’t that exactly what both he and Obama have demanded that most Americans do? Give up your beliefs about freedom of choice if you’re for being economically conservative. Give up your belief in freedom of religion if you’re in favor of the right to bear arms. Give up the right to bear arms if you’re in favor of helping the poor and elderly, and on and on.

    There’s one more thing they have in common: their love of criminals. Remember Rush’s little story about the CEO that used company funds to remodel his home? According to Limbaugh we are supposed to forgive that because by hiring contractors he “stimulated” the economy. So both these bastards think it’s ok to break the law as long as you’re rich and powerful enough to get away with it.

    The enemy of my enemy is not my friend.

  5. lamar says:

    these comments are so small…

  6. sarainitaly says:

    this is the first time i’ve heard him speak this long, and i have to say… i agree with a LOT of what he is saying. I am watching this on Greta right now.

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