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Really … “questions about Limbaugh losing his potency.”
I’d suggest if he had ANY potency we may have NEVER heard of him.
This is one, extremely sick dude.
Potency? That is so humorous. Re the trip to the Dominican Republic. Perhaps he should apply his verbal criteria regarding Fluke to himself.
It’s interesting how regularly over time Rush has been the subject of TV “news” stories; especially MSNBC so frequently. A longer view analysis, such as this one here, can be informative, but does every one of Rush’s broadcasts really warrant daily coverage?
It reminds me of the saying – no such thing as bad publicity as long as they spell your name right. Funny, I can’t recall ever seeing a mis-spelling of Rush’s name in any of the long running daily TV slams.
As of late this afternoon 30 companies had pulled ads from Limbaugh’s show. Of course the question is are they simply waiting to ride out the storm or are these permanent decisions?
And still – wouldn’t the world be a little more sane and perhaps even our political discourse if Limbaugh was off the public airwaves?
I doubt that Limbaugh will fall as easily as Beck (media differences). However, the list of attendees at Rush’s (4th) wedding should be documented for future reference.
If you look over Rush’s shoulder in that picture, you’ll notice the partially obstructed logo which he apparently had some hand in concocting. It is some sort of self-bestowed knighthood which I believe stands for “Excellence in Broadcasting”. But [“my friends”, as Rush would say], that logo has a sleazier past, and Rushbo wasn’t the first to smugly display it as a status symbol. I ain’t makin’ this up, folks–Adolf Hitler had Albert Speer come up with a monogram for gifts he gave to Eva Braun, and it’s exactly like Rushbo’s logo: EB, in the shape of a butterfly!
I don’t understand why the comedy world hasn’t picked up on the fact that these arch conservatives are always preoccupied with how much and what kind of sex other people are having. They bitch and moan about “welfare queens”, a thinly veiled racist slur, but get all excited about birth control. “Right to life” is another one, but they’re all for the death penalty. Women shouldn’t use contraceptives because it, “encourages promiscuity”, but it’s OK for some fat, sleazy white guy to go to the Dominican Republic and ‘have his way’ with women who would live in abject poverty if it weren’t for sex tourism. Yes, let’s destroy the social safety nets, make education expensive beyond the reach of the “unwashed masses”, eliminate social security and labor unions, and that way, people like Rush won’t have to travel so far to engage in human trafficking. George Carlin really hit the nail on the head: “What is it with these fat, rich white guys sucking on those big, thick brown…[cigars]. Michael Savage is another one like Rush. He apparently changed his name and disavowed his decidedly San Francisco lifestyle past to cash in on the hate-mongering conservative radio goldmine. It’s a formula: blame welfare, social programs, taxes, minorities and liberals for all the problems caused by outsourcing, union busting, corporate welfare and endless war. Every arch-conservative I ever knew had two things in common: prurient preoccupation with sex, and they all cheat on their taxes. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Who cares about what this dude Limbaugh says or does? It’s time to tune him out. I often don’t know or care about radio and or Hollywood celebrities. That chick, Lindsey Lohan? for instance, I could give a hoot who she is, what she does or has done. There’s so much visual and written stuff in the news streams a majority of which are impossible to relate to. I’m willing to bet, there are scores of readers who’d love to buy a software program that engineers out most of the so called eye candy and junk news.. eh?
I agree ‘elmer’! I think the main guys (and I gotta believe that RL’s audience is 99% male white guys, probably between 18 & 55) who listen to his radio program are guys that 1.) don’t like music, 2.) want pseudo-justifications for not caring (much less DOING anything) about other peoples’ problems, 3.) want their politics simple and loud, cause that makes it ‘right’, aina-hey? To me, listening to Limbaugh would be as bad as trying to watch an hour of Jersey Shore or other similar cable crapola.
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