Rush Limbaugh’s brash statements are raising eyebrows once again, as the conservative shock jock airs out another angry tirade about President Obama.
The radio show host, who mind you said he was leaving if healthcare reform passed, has written an editorial piece for The Wall Street Journal criticizing The President and one of his predecessors, Bill Clinton.
Entitled “Liberals And The Violence Card” with a subtext that reads, “Conservative protest is motivated by a love of what America stands for”, Rush hopes to defend the violent Tea Party protestors who spit and hurl racial slurs at Congressmen by citing the fact that they have more “love” for their country than liberals.
According to Limbaugh, Clinton and Obama do not love their country. He makes that implicitly clear saying that the Obama and Clinton administrations are “comfortable with the unrest in our society today” and villainize himself and FOX News to their advantage, a strategy most disagree with.
“A clear majority of the American people want no part of this. They instinctively know that the Obama way is not how things get done in this country. They are motivated by love. Not hate, not sedition. They love their country and want to save it from those who do not.”
Limbaugh also criticizes President Bill Clinton for recently inferring that radio show hosts such as himself might have incited the violence displayed by Oklahoma City Bomber Timothy McVey back in 1993.
Obviously uncomfortable with the truth *cough* that statement, Rush says
“McVeigh was not inspired by anything I said or believe and to say otherwise is outright slander.”
According to Rush, the people who really love the country, the protestors, have “peacefully risen up” and it’s wrong to call him seditious for insisting “that the temporary inhabitants of high political office comply with the Constitution, honor our God-given unalienable rights, and respect our hard-earned private property.”
Hoe sit down! Someone find this man a seat please.
Read more of racist Rush’s article here.