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FRONT PAGE  |  8/20/2019
THURSDAY, JUN 26, 2014  |  30 comments
Limbaugh erupts: GOP is 'corrupt, reprehensible'

If you think conservative juggernaut Rush Limbaugh is a champion for the Republican Party, think again.

The nation’s top-rated radio host just launched a blistering attack on the GOP establishment, calling it “corrupt” and “reprehensible” for aligning with Democrats to defeat a tea-party Republican in a Senate primary runoff.

On Tuesday night, six-term Sen. Thad Cochrane held off state Sen. Chris McDaniel by a narrow margin of 50.8 percent of the votes to 49.2 percent.

On Limbaugh’s Wednesday program, the host flayed the Republican Party’s tactics, holding up a flyer featuring photos of both candidates he said was indicative of the GOP’s efforts. ...


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News Item6/28/14 8:14 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
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1)I hope I have pointed out, I'm glad to see Southerners of UPS intelligence, and not all Southerners are extremists.

2) Being a Christian, I can agree with some of the platforms of the Republican Party. Being a Northerner from a family of Northerners there are practices I abhor of ..the -tea-party [/URL].

3) There are no doubt quite a few Southerners who don't like the Tea Party --and I don't mean just Black ones either I can be harder on my own state of Nebraska for giving up its heritage and becoming traitors to it, than I can on some Southern states.

1) Magnanimous of you Jim. I'm sure UPS is grateful.

2) How about a list in your own words?

3) Maybe you're the one disconnected from Nebraska heritage. Ever considered moving to my State? You'd likely be more comfortable, what with our economics in the tank, 3 million fewer residents than 10 years ago, and perpetual liberalism, which led to people leaving, and the tanking. We have lots of people left though, the "intelligent" ones as you interpret it. They're so intelligent, they keep reelecting the same butthead liberals.

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News Item6/28/14 7:07 PM
penned  Find all comments by penned
SteveR wrote:
I had a really good response to your comment a few moments ago, but I just cant remember it right now
nice one. I meant to respond back, was that yesterday?
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News Item6/28/14 5:30 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
The message I put up before this one states my thoughts quite well, but I did run across this commentary which in passing mentions radio commentators of the right-wing variety. I hope I have pointed out, I'm glad to see Southerners of UPS intelligence, and not all Southerners are extremists. Being a Christian, I can agree with some of the platforms of the Republican Party. Being a Northerner from a family of Northerners there are practices I abhor of the [URL=http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/12/08/the-south-has-indeed-risen-again-and-it-s-called-the-tea-party.html]]]http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/12/08/the-south-has-indeed-risen-again-and-it-s-called-the-tea-party.html[/URL]. This idea is totally obnoxious to me. The author isn't correct in some ways, because states that were settled by Union veterans and their families have surrendered to neo-Confederate ideas. There are no doubt quite a few Southerners who don't like the Tea Party --and I don't mean just Black ones either I can be harder on my own state of Nebraska for giving up its heritage and becoming traitors to it, than I can on some Southern states.
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News Item6/28/14 2:23 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
R.K., you're right! It's neo-Confedracy attitude is dangerous. Now that's a good term for it, sorry I didn't think of it myself. It's as accurate as most terms, and perhaps, not so nasty. I see more sensible Repubs are trying to reclaim the party-- [URL=http://online.wsj.com/articles/tea-partys-poll-setbacks-dont-limit-its-washington-clout-1403743322?mod=WSJ_article_EditorsPicks]]]http://online.wsj.com/articles/tea-partys-poll-setbacks-dont-limit-its-washington-clout-1403743322?mod=WSJ_article_EditorsPicks[/URL] (Ihope that works WSJ has a way of making their articles, quickly unavailable )

Why, Michael how can you call what I said a sign of superiority? I automatically assume 99% or more commenters have more than a 5th grade education! Sorry if I stepped on anyone toes. Oh, and again, [URL=http://withchrist.org/talkradio.htm]]]Left & Right Voices in Talk Radio & TV[/URL]

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News Item6/27/14 9:52 PM
R. K. Borill | Baton Rouge, Louisiana  Find all comments by R. K. Borill
That's why I got out of the GOP 10 years ago. It's been infiltrated.
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News Item6/27/14 8:34 PM
William S. Sutherland | Houston, Texas  Find all comments by William S. Sutherland
You said it, Mike, I rest my case. And dittos to Strat!
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News Item6/27/14 2:50 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
1)---I haven't listened since before Clinton was President?

2)'Tell a lie often enough, especially a whopper, people will believe it' or remember the story about the boy who cried wolf?

3)But since I have more than a 5th grade education, I don't listen to him at all. If I hear him on; I'll turn him off.
By the way, the GOP leadership was brilliant and not a tool of the Koch brothers when didn't pick a Tea Party fanatic. Their action in this particular case was laudable.
Oh, some examples:

4) "That cracker made a lot of African-American millionaires."—Rush Limbaugh, on the death of longtime New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, July 13, 2010
I'm surprised he didn't use the "N" word. Oh, and, "... So Miss Fluke and the rest of you feminazis, here's the deal. If we are going to pay for your contraceptives and thus pay for you to have sex, we want something. We want you to post the videos online so we can all watch."—Rush Limbaugh, March 1, 2012
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1) That's why you're the expert on him.

2) You and your Caesar should know.

3) Your superiority is noted; the insults because you have nothing else.

4) You haven't listened since Clinton. If you had, you'd have picked up on the context.

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News Item6/27/14 2:30 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, how can I bring up specifics on his tirades, when I haven't listened since before Clinton was President? Oh, I could point out his repeated attacks on Clinton, which was stupid (ah not sane, rational?) because. Because in both these cases, 'Tell a lie often enough, especially a whopper, people will believe it' or remember the story about the boy who cried wolf? Even when Rushie finally tells the truth, people of good sense won't listen to him. But since I have more than a 5th grade education, I don't listen to him at all. If I hear him on; I'll turn him off.

By the way, the GOP leadership was brilliant and not a tool of the Koch brothers when didn't pick a Tea Party fanatic. Their action in this particular case was laudable.

Oh, some examples:
"That cracker made a lot of African-American millionaires."—Rush Limbaugh, on the death of longtime New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, July 13, 2010

I'm surprised he didn't use the "N" word. Oh, and, "... So Miss Fluke and the rest of you feminazis, here's the deal. If we are going to pay for your contraceptives and thus pay for you to have sex, we want something. We want you to post the videos online so we can all watch."—Rush Limbaugh, March 1, 2012

GST, then why bring up Obama, considering the idiot before him?

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News Item6/27/14 1:52 PM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
SteveR writes:
I had a really good response to your comment a few moments ago, but I just cant remember it right now

Sounds like you need to lay off the gmo food, and quit getting vaccines.

Say, perhaps this explains why John Y routinely posts the same comments all time, or why Jim Lincoln cant help bringing up Bush and the Greedy Old Party.

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News Item6/27/14 1:28 PM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
pennned wrote:
people's minds are lobotomized by mercury and fluoride and many other toxic metals, faux sugars that are neurotoxins, and are losing their ability to remember things, their brains are compartmentalized. I'm not joking either. I really mean it. they really can't remember. a propaganda line really works on them, they really do build their understanding of health on commercials on tv, no clue what has come.
I had a really good response to your comment a few moments ago, but I just cant remember it right now
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News Item6/27/14 10:17 AM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
what did Limbaugh ever care about the constitution as his party build dhs around us like an iron grid and sent our best to wores that were meant to be perpetual? now today we hear of some little county in FL getting an MRAP armored vehicle... most are so fluoridated today, they wouldn't even know the significance of it.
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News Item6/27/14 10:01 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
William S. Sutherland wrote:
Mike,
I doubt that Jim is going to respond with specifics because there aren't any. It's much easier to throw out his usual blanket tarring-and-feathering of anyone who supports the Constitution, especially if they are in the GOP. Chris McDaniel, like many in the Tea Party Movement, are not nuts. They are simply concerned Americans, many of them Christians, who are tired of elected officials in the two major political parties who constantly violate the law and their duty to the U.S. Constitution and their constituents.
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...what happened in that race was a betrayal and an outrage. Constitutionalists will not give up until this kind of treachery is rooted out.
Remember Mississippi!
Agreed William, and those who try to stamp out this so called tea party movement which is a grass roots movement, not a political party, will find it's like nailing jello to the wall, to use an old expression. The left can't compete in the area of ideas and principles, so there is nothing for them to do but to smear and name-call, and like pigs, root around in the dirt hoping for anything they can use to fill their greedy stomachs.
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News Item6/27/14 9:53 AM
pennned  Find all comments by pennned
people's minds are lobotomized by mercury and fluoride and many other toxic metals, faux sugars that are neurotoxins, and are losing their ability to remember things, their brains are compartmentalized. I'm not joking either. I really mean it. they really can't remember. a propaganda line really works on them, they really do build their understanding of health on commercials on tv, no clue what has come.
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News Item6/27/14 8:31 AM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
I'm amazed at the times I live in where people who support lower taxes,liberty,freedom,personal property rights,immigration control,the Constitution and the bill of rights are "nuts"

The opposite of those things is suffocating taxation,bondage and tyranny,being literally invaded by foreigners summed up,national suicide...and these people have the nerve to call others names.

This nation is committing suicide on a scale that causes one to think it was and is both planned and orchestrated.....and despite all the complaining the people are doing nothing to stop it,concerned at the present about some stupid Soccer game thousands of miles away.

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News Item6/26/14 9:02 PM
William S. Sutherland | Houston, Texas  Find all comments by William S. Sutherland
Mike,
I doubt that Jim is going to respond with specifics because there aren't any. It's much easier to throw out his usual blanket tarring-and-feathering of anyone who supports the Constitution, especially if they are in the GOP. Chris McDaniel, like many in the Tea Party Movement, are not nuts. They are simply concerned Americans, many of them Christians, who are tired of elected officials in the two major political parties who constantly violate the law and their duty to the U.S. Constitution and their constituents.

I listened to Rush's entire program that day, not something I normally do, as well as to several other programs both local and national and they all agreed that what happened in that race was a betrayal and an outrage. Constitutionalists will not give up until this kind of treachery is rooted out.

Remember Mississippi!

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News Item6/26/14 6:44 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I am? as one of my dictionaries put it:
Sane=Marked by sound judgment
This article shows he's a nut. When did he show sound judgment? When he was on drugs?
What actual comment did he make that was insane? Could you be more specific?
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News Item6/26/14 6:01 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I am? as one of my dictionaries put it:

Sane=Marked by sound judgment

This article shows he's a nut. When did he show sound judgment? When he was on drugs?

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News Item6/26/14 3:46 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Mike he acts as if the new Republican leader is a liberal! He isn't. I suppose there are other things to complain about him, Kevin McCarthy: Say what?[/URL]. So, Rushie should be complaining about other things, as the above article points out. Apparently he's not as abrasive personality that Rushie wants for the job?www.huffingtonpostAre the Koch Brothers Funding Rush Limbaugh? [/URL]. A short, somewhat thought-provoking article. Yes, it's safe to read, it doesn't say they directly fund, The Mouthpiece.
One note samba Limbaugh, bored me to no end, as I said, even when Clinton was running, and if I had continued to listen to Limbaugh, I would have felt so sorry for Clinton, I would've voted for him! Koster, Rush's son is able to read, but it's still debatable about Rush, q.v.,
As usual, Jim, you seem unable to stay on track. I ask again what comment did Rush make, concerning the Mississippi farce in this article, that you found insane? You're the one responded to it by saying who said you were "hoping that Limbaugh was going to make a sane commentary."

As you well know, the article was not about Kevin McCarthy whatsoever. But I admire your dancing away from the dance floor.

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News Item6/26/14 2:38 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Mike he acts as if the new Republican leader is a liberal! He isn't. I suppose there are other things to complain about him, [URL=http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/dana-milbank-house-gop-leader-kevin-mccarthy-has-an-odd-way-with-words/2014/06/17/2009ac42-f65c-11e3-a606-946fd632f9f1_story.html]]]Kevin McCarthy: Say what?[/URL]. So, Rushie should be complaining about other things, as the above article points out. Apparently he's not as abrasive personality that Rushie wants for the job?[URL=http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-greenwald/are-the-koch-brothers-fun_b_1313726.html?view=print&comm_ref=false]]]Are the Koch Brothers Funding Rush Limbaugh? [/URL]. A short, somewhat thought-provoking article. Yes, it's safe to read, it doesn't say they directly fund, The Mouthpiece.

One note samba Limbaugh, bored me to no end, as I said, even when Clinton was running, and if I had continued to listen to Limbaugh, I would have felt so sorry for Clinton, I would've voted for him! Koster, Rush's son is able to read, but it's still debatable about Rush, q.v., [URL=http://withchrist.org/talkradio.htm]]]Left & Right Voices in Talk Radio & TV[/URL].

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News Item6/26/14 2:31 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Koster wrote:
Has Limbaugh been reading too many of Jim Lincoln's posts?
Limbaugh has been critical of ruling class Republicans for some time. Jim is unhappy that Limbaugh is doing this because he doesn't want to found agreeing with him about Republicans. It's not part of Jim's SOP.
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