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Rush Limbaugh, A Racist, Tackles Newt Gingrich

March 9, 2009

The Rush Limbaugh escapades continues.  And if he thinks this helps the conservative element of the GOP then he is taking too many pills again.  As evidenced by Monday’s show the petty side of Rush Limbaugh is front and center, and it is not pretty.

On Meet the Press Sunday, former House Speaker and Republican elder statesman Newt Gingrich repudiated Rush Limbaugh’s “message of hope” that Barack Obama fails.

Before we get to the comments about Gingrich let us be clear about one thing.  Rush has a problem with black people.  Rush is so filled with anger about having a black man in the White House, and so strikes out at anyone who disagrees with his rants.  He will deny this, but the ‘yuck’ of his show over these many years paints him for what he is.

Rush Limbaugh is a  racist.

Rush Limbaugh has stated on his show when speaking to an African-American, “Take that bone out of your nose and call me back.”   Rush has also said, “Have you ever noticed how all composite pictures of wanted criminals resemble Jesse Jackson?”

So when folks, even Republicans like Newt Gingrich, speak even slightly kindly about President Obama, Rush stiffens and needs to strike back.

Rush offered up this reply below on his show today in response to Gingrich.

I’m frankly getting tired of talking about Newt. I mean, it’s a pointless exercise,” Limbaugh said of Gingrich’s dismissal of him on “Meet the Press.” “I’m surprised by nothing when I’m dealing with people in the media who think they’re in politics. … They are fly-by-night operators, and most of them stand for nothing until they see a poll about what the American people want, and then they go out and try to say one way or another what the American people want while trying to falsely hold onto an ideology at the same time — and you can’t count on them. You can’t depend on them. They will sell you out; they will throw you overboard to save themselves, faster than anything. And they’ll use you on their way up as often as they can at the same time.”

“I mean, next week Newt could come out and profess his total admiration and love for me if it would serve his purposes,” he continued. “They’re running TV ads against me. Newt Gingrich wishes they were running TV ads against him.”

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