Rush to Democrats: America doesn’t want what you have to offer

Rush delivers a great monologue just after a grumbly caller had accused him of not participating in this joint sacrifice. Rush tells the Democrats that America has rejected liberalism and then proceeds to expose the lie that Democrats hide behind, that they are actually siding with the rich and powerful while claiming to be on the side of the little people. This is why they are so upset about Wisconsin, because they may lose their power structure that exploits the little people to keep themselves elected. They don’t want people to be able to voluntarily join a union, they want people enslaved to the union so they can continue to enslave America with their liberal ideas.



Excellent monologue!

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12 thoughts on “Rush to Democrats: America doesn’t want what you have to offer

  1. This was exquisite. Rush showing why he is Rush. He says what we want to say, at least I know I would’ve been proud to say any and all of that. I really like how he hammered the rejection that the American people have ladled over the tops of liberals, democrats, progressives like so much gravy. “We don’t want you. We don’t want what you have to offer.” Good, good stuff from a good, good taxpayer advocate.

  2. When you cast your vote in November 2012 ask yourself the following:

    Do I want to elect a representative that will do what I want, or do I want to elect a representative that will do what union bo$$e$ tell them to do?

    1. I believe it’s more like:

      Do you want someone who will do what rich and powerful monied interests that have historically been against the people at all turns ask them to?
      or
      Do you want someone who will do what rich and powerful monied interests that have historically at least superficially sided with the people ask them to?

      I dunno, when it comes down to it, I’d rather go with the party that got us 40 hour work week than the party that has historically been against child labor laws.

      Or here, let me put it in clearer terms, since I’m horridly jetlagged and can’t take this idiocy any longer:

      If you want to listen to a hypocritical moralizing drug addict who was once busted on the way to the Dominican Republic (big sex tourism destination!) with a bunch of viagra in his bags, be my guest; but regardless of the Democrats’ successes or failures, if you think the Republicans are going to anything but bend you over and shove the largest object they can find straight up your @$$, then you are an idiot.

      1. That’s ridiculous………..historically against the people? What the heck are you talking about? Go take a nap.

      2. You’re looking through the cloudiest prism in existence huh? I don’t think that thing could even qualify as anything even remotely accomodating to the passage of light. Your post sounded like it was passing something a bit more gaseous.

        We still see your true colors though irrespective of your warped vision and nontranslucent glass. I did notice that you could not or at least did not attempt to rebutt a single thing he said. You did score some nice personal attacks though. That might hitch-up your giddy-yap. This “idiot” thinks your post here, a waste of space and a poor reflection on yourself.

      3. You know, no one is buying that very old and haggard talking point, used constantly against Rush, by folks who really have nothing productive or of value to add to the conversation. It’s not promoting any thing other than vitriol and hate. Do you have ideas about a “better way” or just comment in a vacuum using others worn out invectives? At least be original.

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