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Casey

Minneapolis, MN

#1 Mar 4, 2012
Yesterday Rush Limbaugh issued a heartfelt apology to Sandra Fluke for his poor choice of words during his attempt at humor over her public support of Obama's policy to force insurance companies to provide free contraception for all womyn.
One of his sponsors threatened to jump ship over the kerfuffle, although every woman who called into his radio show on Thursday and Friday supported Rush and thought Ms. Fluke was an embarrassment to all self-reliant women.
Consistent

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Mar 4, 2012
Right you are Casey. All calls go straight through to Rush with no screening.
Casey

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Mar 4, 2012
Consistent wrote:
Right you are Casey. All calls go straight through to Rush with no screening.
Wrong you are, name-jacking urban liberal jackass who has never listened to Rush!
Yes, he has a screener who allows the calls from liberal jackasses like you to go on air FIRST!
Consistent

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Mar 4, 2012
Casey wrote:
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Wrong you are, name-jacking urban liberal jackass who has never listened to Rush!
Yes, he has a screener who allows the calls from liberal jackasses like you to go on air FIRST!
I see you have their system figured out as accurately as your other "thoughts".

Since: Aug 10

Here

#5 Mar 4, 2012
Still trying to figure out how Obama and his pals found the Fluke so quick and got her there to testify so quick. Nobody had ever heard of her before and Hocus Pocus.. there she is with stories about women who have supposedly been affected by the University's policy, have medical needs and have suffered dire consequences because birth control wasn't free.

Since: Jan 12

Saint Paul, MN

#6 Mar 4, 2012
Sooo, what do you think this weeks political distraction will be? Obesity? Pet health care/insurance? Owls? Let's guess....
Consistent

Saint Paul, MN

#7 Mar 4, 2012
Miz Airy wrote:
Sooo, what do you think this weeks political distraction will be? Obesity? Pet health care/insurance? Owls? Let's guess....
I'm going with gay marriage and voter ID.

Since: Aug 10

Here

#8 Mar 4, 2012
Miz Airy wrote:
Sooo, what do you think this weeks political distraction will be? Obesity? Pet health care/insurance? Owls? Let's guess....
First they have to find another Fluke to pull out of their distraction hat. Other than that it's anybody's guess what the next distraction from the price of gas, food, the economy, spending and unemployment will be.
Casey

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Mar 4, 2012
Consistent wrote:
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I'm going with gay marriage and voter ID.
Says the gay illegal alien who voted for Dayton, Franken, Klobuchar, and Ellison!
Consistent

Saint Paul, MN

#11 Mar 4, 2012
Casey wrote:
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Says the gay illegal alien who voted for Dayton, Franken, Klobuchar, and Ellison!
That's some real hard hitting material there Casey. Closing with an exclamation point really drove it home.

Since: Aug 10

Here

#12 Mar 4, 2012
Consistent wrote:
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I'm going with gay marriage and voter ID.
You could be right.. we'll have to wait and see but one thing is for sure.. the teleprompter hasn't spoken about the real issues in America for over 3 years now and I don't see it changing it's speeches now.
Seattle Slew

Seattle, WA

#13 Mar 4, 2012
Aint My America wrote:
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You could be right.. we'll have to wait and see but one thing is for sure.. the teleprompter hasn't spoken about the real issues in America for over 3 years now and I don't see it changing it's speeches now.
Tell us, you don't know every speaker today uses a teleprompter, come on....
Consistent

Saint Paul, MN

#14 Mar 4, 2012
Seattle Slew wrote:
<quoted text>Tell us, you don't know every speaker today uses a teleprompter, come on....
That's not true. Some use Palin prompters.
Liberal press

Minneapolis, MN

#15 Mar 4, 2012
never apologize for speaking your mind and the truth - it is called freedon of speach, stay strong RUSH - keep that muslin on a task.
Casey wrote:
Yesterday Rush Limbaugh issued a heartfelt apology to Sandra Fluke for his poor choice of words during his attempt at humor over her public support of Obama's policy to force insurance companies to provide free contraception for all womyn.
One of his sponsors threatened to jump ship over the kerfuffle, although every woman who called into his radio show on Thursday and Friday supported Rush and thought Ms. Fluke was an embarrassment to all self-reliant women.
Seattle Slew WA

Seattle, WA

#16 Mar 4, 2012
Liberal press wrote:
never apologize for speaking your mind and the truth - it is called freedon of speach, stay strong RUSH - keep that muslin on a task.
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It's called business and he APOLOGIZED, for costing the "man" business, with his bid fat mouth !
Seattle Slew WA

Seattle, WA

#17 Mar 4, 2012
freadon of speah ???

Since: Sep 11

Champlin, MN

#18 Mar 4, 2012
Yes Rush is an ass. We all know that. He started out as an interesting and somewhat relevant commentator who morphed in to an opportunistic showman. That said, he is what he is, an entertainer, not a newsman or even a journalist. But anyone who thinks that Obama's entry in to this situation is anything more than another campaign "photo op" to show how sensitive he is to the "plight of the commoners" in order to garner votes is not paying attention.

And by the way, Michael Savage would not have apologized. That's why he's better than Rush.
Seattle Slew WA

Seattle, WA

#19 Mar 4, 2012
cantmakeitup wrote:
Yes Rush is an ass. We all know that. He started out as an interesting and somewhat relevant commentator who morphed in to an opportunistic showman. That said, he is what he is, an entertainer, not a newsman or even a journalist. But anyone who thinks that Obama's entry in to this situation is anything more than another campaign "photo op" to show how sensitive he is to the "plight of the commoners" in order to garner votes is not paying attention.
And by the way, Michael Savage would not have apologized. That's why he's better than Rush.
Anyone who believes you, is believing a guy who admits he's a LIAR ~!

Since: Sep 11

Champlin, MN

#20 Mar 4, 2012
I posted this in another thread about this issue but is seems relevant here as well.

From the annals of "Pointing out the Painfully Obvious". One would think that with all the unrest in the middle east, the flailing economy, the grotesquely bloated federal budget and deficit, the unprecedented levels of unemployment in America, and the pending election, that Mr. Obama and his staff would have more important things to concern themselves with than a disgruntled college student who was "offended " by Rush Limbaugh.
cluelessinseattl e

Minneapolis, MN

#21 Mar 4, 2012
Seattle Slew WA wrote:
freadon of speah ???
freadon???

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