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Rush Limbaugh assured his listeners yesterday that warnings that Tropical Storm Issac could land in Tampa are just “wishful thinking” on President Obama’s part. His logic, as usual, is unassailable:
“The National Hurricane Center is Obama…The National Weather Service is part of the Commerce Department. It is Obama.”
It certainly fits the Limbaugh far-right narrative; the president, having nothing more important on his plate than trying to ruin Republicans’ fun, has decided to create a phony (potential) weather crisis. The reasoning behind him doing something so outrageous? Let’s say… Joe Biden:
“You know what it is in the media, it’s all about the hurricane hitting next week and they’re not talking about Biden,” Limbaugh continued. “They are talking about this Hurricane Isaac thing.
Originally posted by Sailor Sam
reply to post by Blackmarketeer
Shows what a fruitcake this clown is.
And I am not talking about Obama.
Once again it proves to the rest of the world how stupid LImbaugh and his Foxnews cohorts really are.edit on 23-8-2012 by Sailor Sam because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Sergeant Stiletto
Limbaugh is a narcissistic nut job. It's laughable that he is allowed to spew his nonsense on the air waves but people like Brandon Raub get locked up.
On a broader note, the GOP has serious issues. So many of it's standard bearers are off the deep end. From Theo-Conservatives to Neo-Conservatives to Tea Party Conservatives - they are seemingly loosing it.
There is hardly any room left for just plain old fashion American Conservatives who are more moderate and not bent on obstructionism.
It's kind of scary.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if this thing hits in Louisiana someplace, before it’s all said and done, just kidding!”
As an added bonus feature Rush makes a s'n-word'ing reference to Hurricane Katrina, which you would think he’d avoid, because the devastation and loss of life there, sort of disprove his entire argument