First a joke.
What's the difference between Rush Limbaugh and the Hindenburg?
One is a big flaming Nazi gas bag. The other is a dirigible.
Any ways thanks to the GOP and those who love them, tap dancing isn't dead. Such as it is in a letter that ran in today's Journal Sentinel:
Leonard Pitts' Jan. 27 column "Limbaugh's calculated rage" read like it was from one (of many?) who doesn't listen to Rush Limbaugh but feels free to criticize something without knowing the context in which the comment was made. If Pitts did know the context, he did not share that with his readers. It was this: Limbaugh believes President Barack Obama intends to try to grow big government and move the United States toward a European-style socialism. Limbaugh wants the president to fail to be able to set policies in place to do that.As some of you may remember Milwaukee had a couple of Socialist mayors, church-going all, and things ran better here than during the past eight years under a less so socialist president.
Been to Europe? Unless people are putting on, and they are very bad at that in France, Europeans under crushing socialism don't seem so glum.
But what about this concept of the country succeeding, but Obama's policies failing?
Huh? Right now we will be pretty much operating on what will be Obama policies, so the success of this country is not mutually exclusive to Obama's programs. That would be like removing the core of an apple without breaking its skin.
But since when has logic been part of the Limbaugh nation, once referred to as the Republican party?