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It is apparent to me that Lush Rimbaugh is obsessed with Barack Obama. He can’t help himself. He has to talk about Barack Obama every day. It is impossible for Lush to go even ONE DAY without mentioning Barack Obama.

Today is another example of just how delusional Lush Rimbaugh has become when talking about Barack Obama. Listen:

Do you ever wonder why Lush Rimbaugh never has anything good to say about Barack Obama? About Democrats? Liberals?

Tune in tomorrow and I’ll tell you exactly why Lush never has anything good to say about those who believe differently than he does.

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Is anyone else sick of the hyprocrisy coming from the radical wrong wing of the Republican party besides me? Fortunately, we have Jon Stewart to point out the completely illogical, knee-jerk reaction of some conservatives to anything Obama proposes…..even if it’s the same thing Ronald Reagan once suggested.

I only have one word for such idiocy: stunning.


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Rush got a mention on Yahoo! Buzz for mentioning on his program an apparently intentional hoax about President Barack Obama’s college thesis.
Do you think Rush Limbaugh apologized to his audience for his mistake?
Guess again.

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Dave Zirin, sports correspondent for the Nation Magazine, had this to say in response to Rush Limbaugh’s outpouring of rage against him:

Some are surprised that ownership isn’t welcoming Limbaugh with a passionate embrace because most owners are to the right of Attila the Hun. They are billionaires who have feasted at the public trough of corporate welfare while basking in tax breaks for the rich. In other words, they constitute Limbaugh’s base. But his membership in this exclusive fraternity of billionaires would violate the first rule of ownership: protect the bottom line.

The inconvenient truth is that no matter how much he rants and raves, no matter how often he calls columnists like Burwell, Sharp and me “state-run-media scum,” it’s the commissioner and the owners who believe that his history of ugly vitriol would be just too harmful to the NFL brand. You reap what you sow, and Rush Limbaugh has reaped a whirlwind.

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Rush Limbaugh has been dropped from the group of businessmen seeking to buy the St Louis Rams football team.

Rush Limbaugh’s dream of owning an NFL team is over. CNN reports that sports mogul Dave Checketts, ringleader of the group bidding on the St. Louis Rams that Limbaugh belonged to, released a statement Wednesday announcing that the radio jock would not continue as a limited partner in their group. “It has become clear that his involvement in our group has become a complication and a distraction to our intentions; endangering our bid to keep the team in St. Louis. As such, we have decided to move forward without him,” Checketts said. For the group to successfully purchase the Rams, three-quarters of the NFL’s 32 other owners would need to approve their bid—and the radio host’s myriad enemies and racially charged history were proving to be a liability. Limbaugh had remained stalwart in his bid to the bitter end, announcing early this week, “I am not even thinking of exiting”—but ultimately the decision wasn’t up to him

ESPN ran a video commentary Wednesday on Rush Limbaugh’s failed attempt to join the NFL as an owner.

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“I met Rush only once. He seemed like a nice guy to me and all those kind of things,” Irsay said. “It’s bigger than the NFL. As a nation, and as a world, we’ve got to watch our words and our thoughts. They can do damage.”

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Rush Limbaugh is a paper tiger who wields limited power in the media world, but has no power to influence politics in the real world. So says NY Times op-ed columnist David Brooks in his latest opinion piece on Rush, Glenn Beck, and their ilk, titled “The Wizard of Beck”.

Over the years, I have asked many politicians what happens when Limbaugh and his colleagues attack. The story is always the same. Hundreds of calls come in. The receptionists are miserable. But the numbers back home do not move. There is no effect on the favorability rating or the re-election prospects. In the media world, he is a giant. In the real world, he’s not.

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Jon Stewart seems to think so. What do you think?


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