Earlier today, May 26, 2010, “Pam from Baltimore” called Rush Limbaugh’s radio show, and surprised “the Rush” by not calling to agree with whatever it is that he says.
“People like you make me mad, you make so much money and all you do is ridicule our government, you don’t produce anything of value to anyone…” Pam started.
“Pam, you must just hate everyone successful who makes a lot of money,” Rush responded.
“Pam from Baltimore,” only followed Limbaugh complaint that those who do not produce should not make a lot of money. Limbaugh suggests that Government expenditure, and those others not in the private-sector, are bad for the economy because Government does not, and neither others not in the private-sector, produce anything of value.
“Only the private-sector produces and people in it should be rewarded accordingly,” Limbaugh says forgetting that the media does not produce anything, and that media actors include him.
“Pam from Baltimore” then said that she was sick and tired of Limbaugh mocking President Obama.
“I wish I could mock the President,” Limbaugh responded, “but everything I say about Obama, sadly, is true!” Limbaugh forgets the times when he imitates the President, the epitome of mockery…
Finally, “Pam of Baltimore” said: “You lie a lot on your show.”
“I never lie,” Limbaugh responded, “I AM THE TRUTH!”
If Rush Limbaugh really believe that he is “the truth,” essentially the “second coming,” if you will, no wonder that about twenty-five million Americans take Limbaugh’s word as gospel, as flawed as his word often is.
Rush Limbaugh, the de facto leader of the GOP, thinks that he is superior to all others, clearly to the present President of the United States.
With Rush Limbaugh leading the Republican voices considering himself to be “The Truth,” the conservative movement could be in serious trouble. Limbaugh marriages history, the fact that he is a college drop-out, and his demonstrated flawed views and knowledge of the world, do not qualify him is the leader, especially the moral leader, of the conservative Republicans in the United States.