posted on Mar, 4 2009 @ 01:43 PM
Originally posted by ragman
While I do not like the Obama Administration's policies, I agree that he should not go on Rush's show. It would be foolish for him as it would put
him subordinate to a talk show host-- The President should show deference to no one when it comes to negotiation of policy. (Don't confuse deference
with concessions, its okay to concede on issues, but never give up your position of authority as LOTFW) To me, if Rush wants to talk to Obama, it
should be in the White House as to show deference to POTUS.
Can't have it both ways. You can't annoint someone as the leader of the opposition, say you want to negotiate with the opposition, but then say you
won't talk to the guy you proclaimed as the leader of the opposition. Of course, if you are a complete disengenious phony you can try, but you will
expose how shallow you and your ideas are in the process.
Many of the democrats want the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" revived, which would REQUIRE radio stations to offer what the government says is
"balance". Well, Rush is saying to Obama and the democrats - You want "fairness" on my show? Fine, come on my show, Mr. President. Let's have
Again, sheer brilliance.
The dems complain about lack of fairness on "conservative radio", then when they get an invitation by the "leader of the opposition" and the
leader of the conservative radio, they will refuse the offer.
Once again, their empty rhetoric getting exposed.