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Rush Limbaugh offered himself some kudos Wednesday for predicting in March that the health care bill wouldn't be passed before Ted Kennedy's death.
On his radio show Friday, Rush Limbaugh suggested that Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA) would be dead by the time health care reform legislation passes. "Before it's all over, it'll be called the Ted Kennedy memorial health care bill," the talk show host says. He says President Obama has moved on to health care because he can't solve the economic crisis. Listen, via Media Matters
Along with a health care reform bill, it would be a fitting tribute to the late Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) if Congress could act on his other great unfinished cause: immigration reform.
It wasn't much of a prediction. We all knew Kennedy was dying. We knew the health care reform wouldn't go through quickly. It made sense that Kennedy would die before the bill got to a vote.
Originally posted by Jazzyguy
Here's my take on this. You would have thought that the conservatists have a higher moral standard and mannerism compared to the lefties (at least according to them). But by looking at their behaviors and actions so far, I have to say that is simply not the case.
Originally posted by RRconservative
reply to post by Benevolent Heretic
Actually it does make him intelligent and worthy of listening to. He can read lefties like a book.
Remember the Paul Wellstone fiasco? Taking advantage of a crisis (Rahm Emmanuel), or taking advantage of the death of a Senator is SOP for Democrats. The only thing is that it usually backfires on them.