Obama After Rush and Hannity After Heloise Called Them Out
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve mentioned either Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity in my many articles leading up to the raucous win of Obama. One is a no brainer–Rush was originally in the Chicago radio market. I listened to him then and since he has rolled out to Florida.
Hannity is also in Texas where he broadcasts from. I am also in Texas and of course he has a media show.
You recall the now famous words of Sarah Palin “I told Congress thanks but no thanks to the bridge to nowhere.” Oh no she didn’t go there I thought. So I called her out on it the day after she said it 17 times. More times than I’ve ever heard it in my life. I also called out Sean Hannity because after my original article in June he continued to use that phrase in his broadcasts for days and weeks on end.
Some writer slithered my words into the convention speech for Palin. Imagine my surprise. Besides she was lying, I was not. She dropped that line like a hot brick the next day.
Rush has been a bone of contention since he thought he was the one keeping old Hillary in the race. He played the race card and a bunch of other cards. But to no avail. I called him out every now and then for one thing or another. He loves to sing and have his folks create ditties about Obama and other black and democrat leaders.
Is he a racist? I don’t know, don’t care. But if Obama and the Dems are bent on shutting them down as I’ve read some online in accordance with the dead fairness doctrine, then good luck with that. He doesn’t bother me really. It’s better to know what the enemy is thinking rather than merely guessing.
More power to Rush and Sean they make me laugh.