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June 11, 2009

Confirmation That Rush Limbaugh Is INSANE! Believes That White Supremacist Is A Leftist!!!

It was just a matter of time before divisive rhetoric and ideology like Rush Limbaugh’s send insane people over the edge and cause serious harm to communities in the United States.

Rush Limbaugh needs to be responsible and recognize that words are powerful and influence people.  Limbaugh has been selling fear to his listeners with extreme right wing propaganda.  It is dangerous.

It seems that guilt has taken hate monger Rush Limbaugh so much waaay over the edge that he’s now saying that cold blooded murderer James von Brunn, the man that murdered museum guard Stephen Tyrone Johns (who was kind and held the door open for him at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC) was influenced by the left wing!

This proves either that Limbaugh is c-o-m-p-l-e-t-e-l-y delusional and needs psychiatric help or that he is c-o-m-p-l-e-t-e-l-y selfish and is willing to destroy the Republican Party.

Limbaugh is uneducated about the facts he speaks about, he’s ignorant, selfish, dim-witted and a security hazard and at this point I think someone in the Secret Service should go to his office and have a conversation with him.

Watch the asinine and fanciful video of Limbaugh saying that white supremacist, Aryan Nation advocate, Jew hater, black people hater James von Brunn is a leftist:

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10 Comments »

  1. This guy is ridiculous. The funny part is that Brunn got his information from rightwing books. This guy is a joke unfortunately there is people out there that believe what he says. Limbaugh’s words isn’t helping his party or the nation by giving a voice to the extremist out there, basically validating their ideas. Rush isn’t going away until republicans stop making him the face of their party. Lets hope they open their eyes soon.

    Comment by sensico — June 11, 2009 @ 11:16 pm | Reply

    • Sensico, Limbaugh and people like him are stirring up violence. I’m all for freedom of speech but this kind of speech is dangerous.

      Since we aren’t allowed to curse over the airwaves the FCC should also disallow dangerous speech over the airwaves. If these people want to meet in a cave somewhere and spew their hate amongst each other fine but this speech should not be over the airwaves.

      I think most people prefer to be offended by curse words than to be killed by some white supremacist or other extremist that is insane at the core of their being and was inspired to act violently because of worthless information lacking facts that they heard over the radio.

      The only way to reel in Limbaugh is to hit him in the pockets and the FCC needs to do something about this urgently and I also believe seriously that the FBI should sit him down and talk to him.

      Comment by Paulette — June 12, 2009 @ 10:13 am | Reply

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  3. I don’t know that Limbaugh actually believes anything. What he does is say what he needs to say to attract attention, get a big audience, and promote his own advertising.

    This kind of thing keeps his name in the press. If he actually believes what he says, then you’re right that he’s insane. He might, though, just be a media whore. He’s playing a personality on the radio that makes him plenty of money.

    Comment by wickle — June 13, 2009 @ 12:05 am | Reply

    • Wickle – I agree, Limbaugh simply might be a media whore but he’s dangerous and irresponsible nonetheless. He reaches millions of people and all he needs to do is incite the wrong person and create a Columbine or Virginia Tech kind of situation.

      Rush does not have children so it seems that he really doesn’t care about what happens to America and Americans down the road.

      Comment by Paulette — June 15, 2009 @ 11:45 am | Reply

      • Sorry, I missed this and never answered …

        I agree completely. Whether he believes this crap or not, he’s dangerous because some of his audience does.

        If he convinces enough people, or specifically the right people, that the “angry black man” we elected really hates the country and is trying to destroy it, then he might well bear responsibility for violence.

        He, of course, will deny it and laugh all the way to the bank.

        Comment by wickle — July 30, 2009 @ 12:22 am

  4. Rush is a piece of work, and is purposefully stirring the pot. Good news is that he represents a thin slice of America. Secondly, he’s not worth 8 minutes of my time to watch the video as I already know he’s pathetic.

    Comment by afrankangle — June 15, 2009 @ 10:56 am | Reply

    • Frank I didn’t watch the entire video either…:-)

      Rush is dangerous and he doesn’t seen to care. I wish he’d move to some distant land with just snakes as inhabitants.

      Comment by Paulette — June 15, 2009 @ 11:40 am | Reply

  5. Notice how skinny Limbaugh’s body has become, despite that his HEAD (and face) is just as fat as ever; clearly, he’s back on the drugs (once an addict, always an addict).
    You write that “Rush may be manipulative and uneducated, but he is not stupid.” I disagree: to paraphrase Confucius, “A fool can produce more fallacies in ten minutes, than a wise man can disprove in ten years.” Likewise, a lie repeated, becomes believed– and Limbaugh does it 10 hours/week straight on national radio. Limbaugh simply repeats lies, validated by token hand-picked callers and “judge, jury and executioner-style” control of the conversation in order to make himself appear right, no matter what the other party says; likewise, he simply sells commercial hate-speech by telling his audience what they want to hear: i.e. that they are superior to their “enemies,” who likewise supposedly “hate” his audience because “we’re good and they’re evil.” (Then he claims to be a Christian).
    In short, Limbaugh is a common hate-monger, who uses common tactics of divisively twisting the truth– and then repeating it– in order to act as Republican Party-hack– a party which is as bad or worse than its only alternative in the entrenched (and illegal) biarchy that is the American national politic.
    Because truth is stranger than fiction, lies are much easier to sell– particularly when they’re made attractive… like most baited traps and hooks: and Rush’s audience swallows them hook, line and sinker before springing the trap. Now the national debt is up to $12 TRILLION (up from 6 trillion in 2000), almost DOUBLING in 8 years of Republican government– including embroilment in a farcical war that drew resources away from the REAL threat (which Republicans likewise failed to remove or prevent, but simply addressed by destroying liberty and shredding the Constitution, engaging in ruthless Nazi-like practices of searches, arrest and torture without trial or warrant). Limbaugh also persecutes popular targets by catering to prejudices, openly attacking homosexuals, mentally ill persons (i.e. the homeless) etc. He even attacks what he calls “ugly freckled redheads” as proof of his Aryan-supremacy hate-mongering; while Limbaugh is obviously stupid, he shows the coward’s instinct of only attacking those groups whom he feels are relatively powerless, and unable to hurt him back, since he could even more easily attack other ethnic minorities, if they were not protected; though with shameless hypocrisy, Limbaugh likewise attacks “political correctness” which prevents him from doing so, rather than the inverse double-standard by which the larger and better-organized minorities (i.e. the more powerful groups who pose more of a threat to him), are protected more than the smaller, diverse ones who NEED the protection even more.
    In short, Limbaugh is a typical party-hack and hate-monger who preserves the myths of a corrupt political part via common myth-conception and non-stop repetition, combined with elitist jingo-humor and group-think. Studying his type is a complex field, but is more in the genre of propoganda, than political science. Limbaugh obviously tries to slant the truth, but lacks the superior intelligence necessary to do so through shrewd psychological methods common to expert manipulators and politicians.

    Comment by Brad Anderson — July 28, 2009 @ 5:23 pm | Reply

    • Brad — I don’t doubt what you say for a minute! LOLLL!

      While America is growing up and trying to make social progress Limbaugh and now Glen Beck are showing themselves to be EXACLTLY what we know them to be — ignorant asses.

      Comment by Paulette — July 29, 2009 @ 9:38 pm | Reply


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