Today it pains me to write an article criticizing Rush Limbaugh. But I’ve taken more than I can chew.
On the first hour of the Rush Limbaugh show, caller Ed from Chicago commented to Rush about Glenn Beck’s equating the republican party with the democrat party.
Rush replied that one of his tenets in radio policy is to never engage in criticism of another radio host nor his or her objectives.
Yesterday Rush engaged in a slight against a certain speaker at CPAC:
I would not have said that the only people who can stop Obama should be excoriated for being just as bad. It would never occur to me to say that.
Frankly, Beck told the truth. It’s not enough to call out the democrat party as taxers and spenders, when the GOP themselves engaged in spending.
With all due respect, to Rush if you have a problem with Glenn Beck, I would advise him to call in to Beck’s radio or television program and engage in a meaningful discourse about third parties, the republican party, and the democrat party.
I admire men like Dan Riehl of Riehl World View and William Bennett. Agree or disagree with them, each have written articles critical of Glenn Beck, called him by name, and backed up their claims. More so, Bennett even called Glenn Beck to discuss his critiques of the CPAC speech.
Why can’t Rush follow that example?
I am frankly getting sick of the backhandedness, slights, and talking in the second person. It’s petty.
Rush is better than that. He’s the king of conservative talk radio. Rush should do what he’s superb at: talk! Call Beck up, Rush.