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"He's just mad at me because I'm the only one in the country that had the guts to explain his endorsement of Obama".
" There can be NO other explanation for it", said Rush
Me personally , In Bush's cabinet , one of the few bright spots was Colin Powell
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
What Rush (and his neocon clique) is doing reminds me of the top-tier fascists of the Nazi party throwing the few decent, competent members of their party under the bus for daring to speak out against their leaders.
Originally posted by SeanyNow they are dumping on him, with Rep party support at its lowest.
Originally posted by breakingdradles
God I hate agreeing with Rush...
He has a point though, why else would he decide to switch at this point in time.
I'm half black and I could not believe what some of my family was saying.
People that had never said a political word in their life were suddenly experts and trying to get people to vote.
I know at least 30 people that would have not voted had a black man not been running.
Originally posted by whaaa
I think Rush is working for the Democrats. He certainly isn't winning any hearts and minds with his constant whining. Driving more and more moderates away from the GOP; dooming the Republicans to be the perpetual party of old white losers; with no viable platform or appeal.
Negative campaigning and whining is old school and will not win elections.
I sit around the Jacuzzi at the gym with a bunch of old Rush devotees. Only about half of them bothered to vote.
Originally posted by RRconservative
reply to post by whaaa
What good are moderates to the Republican Party? We ran the King of Moderates in John McCain and got trounced. Now moderates are saying that conservatives are ruining this party? Get real!
We ran the King of Moderates in John McCain and got trounced.