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Are Americans Smart Enough to Realize Barack Obama is a Fraud? — Part I

Rush was ON FIRE today, especially after taking a call from a man who expressed my frustrations to.a.f###ing.tee.

The entire segment was fantastic, but it’s too long to put all in one post. So I am breaking it down into a few posts.

I wanted to stand up and cheer for this caller when I was listening this afternoon. He expressed everything that I have been thinking and feeling. I too believe the American people are stupid and I too believe that they are so stupid that they will keep the Democrats in power in 2010 and will re-elect Obama in 2012. They were stupid enough to vote him in in the first place and they did it for no good reason. And, as they say, you cannot reason someone out of something they did not reason themselves into. My series on “Debating an Obama-lover” on my blog is a prime example of the utter freaking stupidity and ignorance of Obama-lovers, voters and supporters. I sure hope Rush is right and I hope the American people prove me wrong, but I am not getting my hopes up.


Are Americans Smart Enough to Realize Barack Obama is a Fraud?


RUSH: We go to Wausau, Wisconsin and Jeff. Thanks for calling, sir. Nice to have you here.

CALLER: Well, Rush, I hope you say that after my call. I’ve listened to you for years and I love ya, and I’m going to say to you, “Nice try, but you’re wrong.” You are wrong about the wise, conservative-to-the-core American people. I want to know how the wise, conservative-to-the-core American people stuck us with the president, who was the most far left voting candidate ever. My God, this guy is starting to make Bill Clinton look like George Washington. I tell you. And the wise, conservative-to-the-core American people are responsible for this. How in the world? I’m just a lunkhead sitting here in Wausau, Wisconsin. I knew this guy was the most far-left voting Senate candidate. I could see through the lies before this guy got elected. I mean, how in the world could not the rest of the conservative-to-the-core American people see this? I mean, American people, are you listening to me? You are smart at some things. You are whiz-bang at technology and things like that, but in politics you are dumb and you are getting dumber. Could you turn off American Idol for frickin’ 30 minutes? Could you turn off watching crab fishermen for frickin’ 30 minutes and find out what the hell is going on in your country? Here we are now. We’ve got this guy for another, what, three years? And I tell you this, Rush, I’ll bet you a case of cat food for your cat, whatever it likes. This guy is a lock, he is an absolute lock to win reelection. I don’t care if there’s 40% unemployment and cities are in flames. This guy is a lock because the American people are smart in some things, but in politics they are dumb and they are getting dumber by the hour. We’ve got this guy; now we’re stuck with him. Thanks wise, conservative-to-the-core American people. Thanks a lot. Sarah Palin, if you’re listening out there, dear, I love you. Stay out of it. Next time it’s going to be nothing but baby, baby, baby, that goofy ex-fiance’s going to be trying to earn every dime he possibly can. He’s going to be on every far-left TV show that he can possibly get on out there. They are going to destroy you, honey. They are going to destroy you. Take it easy. Enjoy some fishing. Enjoy life in Alaska. Stay out of it. The American people in politics are dumb and they’re getting dumber. Rush, I’ve tried my best to contain myself. I still love you. I’m still going to listen to you. I don’t know what you think about me now.

RUSH: Well, I love ya.

CALLER: (laughing) Oh, you do?

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: Even though I say you’re wrong about this?

RUSH: This is a great call.

CALLER: Well, thanks. I didn’t expect that.

RUSH: Well, we don’t always judge the quality of calls on whether the caller makes sense. Passion is —

CALLER: Wait a minute. I’ve got to think about that.

RUSH: Wait. Passion is the key. Passion is the key.

CALLER: A passionate caller who is not making any sense. To me, I make perfect sense.

RUSH: I know you are making perfect sense to yourself, and I know you passionately believe everything you said. You basically said the American people are a bunch of idiots.

CALLER: They are not a bunch of idiots, not across the board, but in politics. Look, McCain, McCain, these war heroes, I love him for what he did in the Hanoi Hilton. But these war heroes come back and they get witless when they go into politics. The guy wanted to be the great statesman, the guy wanted to be fair play, above the fray. What did it get you, Mr. McCain, if you are listening out there?

RUSH: Wait a second.

CALLER: What did it get you? Two more votes? Obama beat you in a landslide. The most far-left guy, a community organizer beat the war hero in a landslide. You tell me the American people are not dumb in politics.

RUSH: Hang on a second. Let me address this.

CALLER: All right.

RUSH: I would give the American people —


RUSH: If you look at that campaign as it was run, I think it was pretty damn smart not to vote for McCain.

CALLER: Well, he might as well not been running —

RUSH: Let me finish now. The reason it was smart is because he wasn’t a conservative.

CALLER: That’s true.

RUSH: The whole Republican Party has gone south trying to become Mr. and Miss Moderate, Mr. and Miss Independent.

CALLER: It’s the same thing that happened to these people, if they get back into Congress next year, it’s going to be the same thing. Oh, they are talking now.

RUSH: Wait.

CALLER: But as soon as they get into Congress, “We want to reach across the aisle. We want to include the Democrats.”

RUSH: Hold it. There’s no point in talking to you if you are this fatalistic.

CALLER: I’m sorry. I’m sorry.

RUSH: I mean, if you are this fatalistic, if there’s no solution to this, I think you should go to Alaska and go fishing with Sarah and Todd Palin.

CALLER: Okay, please correct me then. Give me some hope.

RUSH: Well, I want to change the premise. I want to go back and have you relive that campaign.


RUSH: You were smart enough to figure out Obama, but most people who were getting a lot of their news from the State-Run Media had listened to seven years of how absolutely rotten Bush was. Bush never defended himself, leaving his voters out to dry. They were never defended. He never defended himself. The lies that the media told about the economy, the war in Iraq, domestic spying. The American people wanted change, anything. But you put up the war hero and the one-foot-in-the-grave campaign he ran versus this smooth-talking, eloquent liar who had people believing they are going to get the exact opposite of what they got. People wanted what Obama was promising. You may have been smart enough to see it, but people vote emotionally in a lot of cases. In addition to falling for Obama, the people who didn’t fall for him really had nowhere else to go. There was no passion. Like you’ve got passion. There wasn’t any passion in the Republican electorate.

CALLER: Are the American people going to be smarter the next time around?

RUSH: Well, this is what my theory is, that real-life experience, this guy’s not who he said he was. This guy’s a fraud. He’s practicing deceit. Their lives are being destroyed while he tells them they are being rescued.


RUSH: Now, at some point people are smart enough to know that they can’t afford food. They are smart enough to know when they don’t have a job to go to. They are smart enough to know when their spouses start complaining to them about hanging around the house all day. They are smart enough to know gasoline prices start going up. They are smart enough to know they can’t afford a new car unless the government gives them $4,500. They are smart enough to know a lot of things as they live them.

CALLER: Well, Rush, let’s hope three years from now when that old Obama campaign begins rolling again, they are smart enough to know then, too.

RUSH: To hell with three years, 2010. There’s got to be some stop to this agenda.

CALLER: Only if you are Speaker of the House and keep them guys in line, or maybe the whip. Maybe that would be better.

RUSH: I am the Speaker of the American House.

CALLER: Rush, I know you’ve got to let me go. I still love you. I think you are wrong about this but I hope you can prove me wrong.

RUSH: Well, it’s not to me. It’s the American people. I have faith they will prove you wrong. Do you not take any heart and solace in the fact that Obama’s cratering issue by issue in the polls?

CALLER: He’s cratering right now, but I got a feeling that he’s going to come bouncing back for some reason. I don’t know. Maybe it will be a war that lands in his lap or something, or something.

RUSH: All right. Here’s the key for you.

CALLER: If the election was next week, maybe so.

RUSH: Well, look. I’m not quitting.

CALLER: No, I’m not quitting, either.

RUSH: I certainly sure as hell don’t want you to. Now look, here’s the thing, because I do now have just one minute. The key to all of this is taking back the Republican Party so that we have a political vehicle to advance the conservative movement, Jeff. The American people, by every legitimate study, are more conservative than liberal. We have to have a nominee who is conservative, who can speak conservatism, who can speak American patriotism, who can respond to left-wing arguments, who is confident in his knowledge. This is the challenge. The challenge we have is making sure the moderates, the genuine stupid elitists in our own party do not control it come the next two elections. If we put up a candidate like that, we’ll win. We always do when we put up a candidate like that in national races. We are making the case for our case on radio in books to have somebody to vote for. And that’s how you turn out the vote in national elections, to get you, your passion lit up in everybody else, to get this current agenda fixed and gone and the only way that passion that you exhibited in this call is going to erupt for a Republican candidate is if he is or she is a genuine conservative. And if that passion can be aroused, the Democrats don’t have a prayer, especially with the damage they are wreaking on everyday people and their lives.


RUSH: Look, folks, what choice did the people have in 2008? We had a Democrat promising to do traditional Democrat things and we had a Republican telling us his big asset was his willingness to work with Democrats to get done what they wanted to get done. What choice did the American people have? Give them a choice. It works every time it’s tried.



August 6, 2009 , 12:10AM - Posted by | 2008 Presidential Election, Barack Obama, Communism, Conservatism, Fascism, Liberalism, Marxism, Rush Limbaugh, Socialism

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