I don't listen to talk radio, my husband does, I don't. When we drive somewhere, I listen to music. NPR is also talk radio, I don't listen to that either. The rest of my family is glued to it. There is a difference. I refuse to be brain washed, by talk or talk radio.
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The multi rich bloviator who realized early on that hate sells and it has made him rich. He is one of the most dishonest talk show hosts around. He even has beck beat.
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Although he can be obnoxious and irritating to listen to, it is amazing how many things he predicted about the Obama administration came true.
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the whiny, racist, sexist drug addict
hummm Obama? Clinton? Weiner? Hillary? Who ARE we talking about here?
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PoeticJustice14 I'm still waiting for you to tell me where and how much of this welfare I'm getting!!! Been 3 or 4 days and still have not heard anything at all from you, that leads me to the conclusion that you were wrong the entire time......I'm sure that is a first for you!! lol
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It is intolerable to hear Oblahblah even speak one word.
I don't know anybody can listen to Oblahblah for 10 seconds and not power barf over the moon.
I don't know how Rush can even talk about Obabbler.
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A poll asking if people are tired of listening to a radio personality who's political views are far-right? then offereing 3 answers eluding to a "yes"? who comes up with these polls? Would you ask if people are tired of hearing Piers Morgan and his dumb opinions? You should, and then offer 3 responses that elude to a "yes"! To accurately answer this poll, as much as I am on the right, Rush gets a little extreme sometimes, so I just change the channel, but other times, he's spot on.
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"I mean, let's face it, we didn't have slavery in this country for over 100 years because it was a bad thing. Quite the opposite: slavery built the South. I'm not saying we should bring it back; I'm just saying it had its merits. For one thing, the streets were safer after dark."
-- Rush Limbaugh
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Rush owes his entire success to Demo-rats. If it weren't for their double standard, duplicitous, corrupt, fraudulent practices, he would have never had a talk show.
Proves beyond all doubt how stupid Devocrats are all wet and full of hot air. Good for him.
Even if he is as dumb as a fence post, he got one thing right.
If Karl Marx were alive, he would be too proud to succumb to a life of making a living. He would still sit on his backside in the library touting his theories of economics while 3 of his children starve to death.
At least Rush tried to make some money and he did.
JackAaah: "it's the only way to move forword as a country....by eliminating any and all opposing opinions of the Democrat Party..."
Didn't we all know this already? Sorry, Jack, but you get a big "DUH" for writing this.
Don't let it get you down. Have a wonderful day anyway.
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Political satire will never be politically correct. It's a sign this country is becoming very stressed when the people have lost their sense of humor. Earlybird 2013
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"...and not power barf over the moon."
mules, this is great. You had me audibly chuckling at the screen.
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Dammmmmmmm that oil!!!
The number of North Dakota residents using food stamps to buy groceries has dropped to a three-year low, even as the state's population has risen to an all-time high.
the decrease in the number of people using food stamps in North Dakota is a result of a strong economy, fueled largely by the oil bonanza in the western part of the state.
North Dakota's unemployment rate, at less than 3 percent, is the nation's lowest. U.S. Census Bureau data show North Dakota's population has increased from about 672,500 people in 2010 to nearly 700,000 in 2012.
That is probably the VERY main reason Obama refuses to come to North Dakota.
North Dakota is the only thing keeping the Federal unemployment averages from tanking..
Dammmmmmm that oil.....
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Bobs2cents: "To accurately answer this poll, as much as I am on the right, Rush gets a little extreme sometimes, so I just change the channel, but other times, he's spot on."
namexxx Nov-07-13 9:02 AM
urbanlegends . about . com
"The earliest attributions anyone has been able to find cropped up in a series of anonymous edits to the Rush Limbaugh Wikiquote page in July 2005 -- about a year before (left-wing author Jack) Huberman's book came out.
"Thanks to Wikiquote's "History" feature, every edit ever made can be isolated and tracked. The slavery quote, for example, first appears at 5:53 a.m. on July 20, 2005."
And there were two more quotes in addition to namexxx's posted on wikiquotes attributed to Limbaugh.
"In any case, all three entries were repeatedly challenged, removed, and reposted over the next few months, and finally deleted for good on October 13, 2005 with the notation, "Removed fake quotes, including paraphrased Hitler quote."
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"A year later, two of them turned up in Jack Huberman's book.
"Three years after that, the same two quotes reappeared on the Rush Limbaugh Wikiquote page, now labeled "sourced." Can you guess who the "source" was? That's right: Jack Huberman, in 101 People Who Are Really Screwing America.
"If, as appears to be the case, Huberman originally came across the statements on Wikiquote (or some secondary source citing Wikiquote), the history of their sourcing is perfectly circular and Huberman isn't a credible source himself.
"...Huffington Post challenged Jack Huberman to substantiate the quotes, which had appeared in a July 2006 blog posting on the site. He could not, and the quotes have been deleted from the article.
"Also, CNN's Rick Sanchez has apologized for airing the slavery quote, which he says the network was "unable to independently confirm.""
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There are both lefty and righty "quotes" and "articles" circling around in cyberspace. Both lefties and righties are sharing them as though they are factually accurate. I'd found out about one posted recently at another MDN article and said it wasn't correct. That one was a righty one.
So MDN lefties, are you also going to start refuting your friends that post inaccurate quotes and articles?
Why, and how can anyone be tired of listening to good ol Rush.
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i get a kick out of how for years hes been telling us all about how this obamacare bs was going to be an absolute failure. Looks like once again Rush is Right.
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How can you not like someone who is RIGHT 99.6% of the time. To disagree with him just makes you WRONG.
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tune in everyday.. someone who will tell you the truth about whats going on in our country and he doesnt mince words about it.. Tells it the way he sees it.. He doesnt strive to be politcally correct and tell you what he thinks you want to hear.. He tells it as he sees it and as he calls it..
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So few posts from the "progressives" on this subject. The $10 per post from George Soros must be drying up. Maybe he found out what his new "obamacare" plan is going to cost?
Isn't there 2 things a "TRUE AMERICAN" follow, Rush and the Bible???
Pill Popper, I wouldn't be surprised if he's still on them
Rush Limbaugh, on the inauguration of African-American Barack Obama in 2009, said, “I hope he fails.” Then he and his followers began to scheme.
Rickrod Is this another attempt by a Democrat to BLAME someone else for Obamas failures?
Your never a failure until you blame someone or something else for your failing.. Bum Phillips!
If Obama is a failure its his fault not Rush Ls fault..
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