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Published on December 31, 2009 By Draginol In Politics

Rush Limbaugh has been hospitalized with chest pains.  As usual, left-wingers are out there hoping he dies.

http://radioequalizer.blogspot.com/2009/12/limbaugh-hospitalization-brings-out.html


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on Dec 31, 2009

Nothing new there.

on Dec 31, 2009

Talk about scared people. Is Rush really that much of a problem for them? Can they not handle a single man? Is death the only solution to their problem? And they call themselves talkshow host, commentators and reporters.

on Dec 31, 2009

Just a week ago the R's in the senate were praying for a D senator to die and not make the vote.

 

In other words, political extremists want their extremist opponents to die. On both sides.

 

This isn't news, and isn't even worth mentioning anymore.

on Dec 31, 2009

Just a week ago the R's in the senate were praying for a D senator to die and not make the vote.

You want to back that up with links?  Or is that just your opinion based upon your desires?  I think the later.

on Dec 31, 2009

Just a week ago the R's in the senate were praying for a D senator to die and not make the vote.

 

I'd like to see evidence.

on Dec 31, 2009

Someone made a comment to the effect that the only prayer of defeating the Senate bill was for one of the 60 Dems to not show up or 'fail to make the vote.'  Referring to no person in particular and certainly not 'praying for a D senator to die.'  I understand perfectly how libs/leftists choose to see no difference, however.

on Dec 31, 2009

These people are really pathetic.  

They whine over how we treat terrorists, yet they have no problem wishing this on a radio show host.

 

on Jan 01, 2010

Well, despite what some anti-liberal sheeple are claiming, not all liberals want to see him dead, but I expect nothing less from those types of people.  That said, though I cannot stand his show and feel that it's a waste of air time - I for one hope he gets better and does not die. Every life is precious; I'll keep him in my thoughts.

~AldericJourdain

on Jan 01, 2010

Someone made a comment to the effect that the only prayer of defeating the Senate bill was for one of the 60 Dems to not show up or 'fail to make the vote.'  Referring to no person in particular and certainly not 'praying for a D senator to die.'  I understand perfectly how libs/leftists choose to see no difference, however.

 

Yeah well, as usual, people will read into comments whatever they want - left and right. I seem to remember something some democrat said in 2009 that, of course, the republican politicians and pundits ran with.

Typical bullshit politics...

~AldericJourdain

on Jan 01, 2010

btw, it was Senator Coburn that made the original comment, and Durbin that made the first comment about it (So far as I know).

Source

 

Happy New Year, ~AJ

on Jan 01, 2010

Your link is pretty funny, AJ.  Classic MSNBC-style 'interpretation' of a 'hidden meaning' only they can see.  At least they printed the actual quote.  Give 'em that.

on Jan 01, 2010

Your link is pretty funny, AJ. Classic MSNBC-style 'interpretation' of a 'hidden meaning' only they can see. At least they printed the actual quote. Give 'em that.

Typical liberal - trying to attach their sins to others.  WHile AJ and MF danced at the news, and reveled in the expectation of death, they had to find some sliver of an excuse where none exists.

They really are pathetic.  I wonder if we should bring back hats so at least their brains will be good for something.  Wait, that is their skull, so even an empty headed liberal can wear a hat.

But then I repeat myself.

on Jan 01, 2010

I've searched through the JU forums since Ted Kennedy's diagnosis of brain cancer - can't find any 'Die, Ted, Die!' posts.  But we're the rabid crazies.  Maybe I missed 'em.

on Jan 02, 2010

~~~"I've searched through the JU forums since Ted Kennedy's diagnosis of brain cancer - can't find any 'Die, Ted, Die!' posts.  But we're the rabid crazies.  Maybe I missed 'em."~~~---Daiwa

And Limbaugh was one of the first to wish him well, and offer prayers for his recovery. Beck and Hannity, those other two thoroughly hated, high-profile mouthpieces of traditional values, also wished Kennedy a speedy and complete convalescence. Ironic, no?

Whenever you find yourself the target of liberal bile and attack, take heart; you know you're doing something right.

Reminds me of the guy who posted on the DU after Reagan died. Said he'd been keeping a bottle of champagne for years, for just that occasion, and he couldn't wait to get home, open the fridge and pop it open.

These are the people who claim to be the compassionate, caring ones. When something like this happens, however, their true nature is shown, caught in the harsh glare of blinding truth.

To be fair, AJ did express a disagreement with these cold-hearted yokels. 

 

on Jan 02, 2010

Children.  Read the link the original poster posted.  Its nothing more than Quotes from Twitter and message boards.  Is the ravings of people on the internet really to be equated with the liberal mainstream?

 

Once again conservatives use their favorite tactic.  One which you cant go 2 minutes without hear on Fox or talk radio: The straw man.  The most effective tactic in the new media.  Build up an invisible enemy and equate it with your real opponents.

 

Get quotes from Nanci Peloci, BO or Keith Obermann wishing death.  Then you might have a fraction of a point.  In the mean time get the hell over it.  You want us to go snooping around twitter and message boards for the "mainstream" conservative views on Obama?  Yeah, thats right.

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