Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Don't Want To Gloat, But . . .

Rush makes it impossible not to:

RUSH: What I tried to say at the beginning of the program is I am not worried about Virginia and Pennsylvania. I am telling you that it's going to be reported the opposite, I'm telling you that all this stuff about fraud in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania -- and, by the way, we got some sound bites coming up of the Black Panthers intimidating voters in Philadelphia. We're working on that now. The reason all this is going on is because it's been a myth that Obama was gonna win Pennsylvania. He has never won Pennsylvania! He didn't win it in the primaries! He lost Pennsylvania by ten. We've been inundated with all this talk about Virginia and northern Virginia and all these people are going to vote Obama, but why is he spending so much time there? You know, it's interesting, if you go out, if you look at where the candidates have been and look at the media reporting -- for example, Obama went back to Iowa, just as I, El Rushbo, predicted. And you know why they said? "Well, he's trying to stretch his lead."

Bull! Bull bleep! Stretch his lead, my sizable rear end. Stretch his lead? And then they said it was a pit stop. He went in there Friday, too, it was a pit stop on the way home to go trick-or-treating with the kids. There's disconnect here, it's absolutely absurd. You look at McCain and Palin, they practically lived in Pennsylvania. Palin did. McCain's been over in Ohio. Why? If there's no hope there, I mean McCain and Obama are the ones running for president, not Tom Brokaw and Charlie Rose, and not all these other wizards of smart who are telling us why all this is happening. The people who are running for president are the ones that are doing things to try to win. McCain, Palin spending all this time in Pennsylvania and Ohio just to lose? They got the news in Michigan and they pulled out. They didn't go back to Michigan, did they? Didn't spend a lot of time, but they did spend time in Virginia, in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Why? Something must have told them that there was a good reason to do that. And, by the way, for awhile Obama was shadowing them all over the place in these places. Virginia and Pennsylvania, there are so many myths about this election. The Drive-Bys, I tell you, they have their templates, and you can't talk 'em out of it.

Have a Vicodin, El Rushbo. Settle down. Taste hope!

***UPDATE***: Limbaugh "congratulates" Obama, then has an embolism:

Conservatism did not lose last night. Conservative was not on the ballot. The Republican Party has not sought to be conservative since the new tone was initiated by the Bush administration in 2001. But I would like to congratulate President-Elect Barack Obama, ladies and gentlemen. Without Senator Obama, we would still be dealing with the specter of Hillary Clinton lurking around the Democrat Party seeking the White House. So I want to congratulate and thank Senator Obama for dispatching the Clintons, at least until he screws up enough to give them an opening to get back in. I am the Doctor of Democracy as you know, and today my waiting room is filled. (laughing) I can well imagine . . .

Let's be gracious. Let's be conciliatory, and let's indeed govern from the center, as a whole bunch of more Stephen Breyer's show up for work at the federal courts every day. Yep, that's for me. How about racial and ethnic preferences? Yep! Let's admit that we're a bunch of racist pigs, sexist, bigots, homophobes, and let's go ahead and expand the whole concept of racial preferences and quotas and affirmative action. Let's go ahead, because we still have a price to pay, folks. Even though we got the first black president, we haven't accomplished anything. "We haven't accomplished anything. This doesn't mean anything. Obama doesn't have slave blood." A black leader told me that. "His wife has slave blood, but he doesn't. So he doesn't come from the down-with-the-struggle crowd."

Thanks for the admission, Rush, you racist pig, and thanks for making victory that much sweeter. It gets better. Good toilet reading:

And furthermore, ladies and gentlemen, as I was saying, I hope you people in Ohio lose your coal industry; and I hope all your Joe the Plumbers are unemployed in six months! There.

Hahahahaha. Did Rush just say he wants to bankrupt the coal industry? I hope Hannity and Greta are on top of this tonight with a Fox News Alert! And Rush: Joe the Plumber is already unemployed, you fat mass! What a glorious day!

1 comment:

Pat Bateman said...

Rush is not relevant anymore. His listeners are dying off. They're old and sick and and their ideals will die with them.

As Robert the Bruce aptly put it, I put it to Rush and his pointy headed zealot followers:

Your hate.

Will die.

With you.