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The great ubur Patriot and obviously Non-Country Firster Rush Limbaugh damned America by proclaiming his hopes that the Obama Administration fails in its mission to resuscitate the economic fortunes of the nation. Rush in a rare moment of truthfulness and sober clarity, bravely waved the Republican Party banner. He implored all GOPers that this is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party and work against the recovery program of the ideologically impure and reprobate Obama Administration.

Ann Coulter, pictured here in top hat immediately took up the call and is looking to skewer any traitorous democrats that cross her path next time she is granted an interview at MSNBC. Rush, pictured above in the yellow dress is desperately in need of a man bra if he hopes to be able to physically storm the battlements of his entrenched enemies within the enclosed marble walls of the Capitol building.

When asked about this, Rush, in a pure profiles in courage moment stated, “damn the man titties, this struggle is even bigger then my ego. We must not allow Obama to succeed or I may lose some rating points.”

When asked about the sky rocketing unemployment, home foreclosures and growing social unrest Rush said, “It doesn’t matter. What matters is that I am proven to be right by keeping America on the right course of right wing conservatism. Right? Isn’t that what the EIB is all about. Right? Sarah Palin was right. You Betcha.” At this point Rush began to slur his words and the rest of the conversation was unintelligible.

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January 23, 2009 - Posted by | media, politics, republicans | , , , , , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. There are a lot of patriotic Americans who are praying that Obama fails.

    To the sane dissenters, Obama’s failure will be a great thing if he fails to raise taxes and fails to have any form of socialized healthcare reform. There are other issues but those are HUGE. If big promises he made fall flat due to the reality of Washington, D.C., that’ll potentially help make Obama’s term tolerable.

    But listen, wishing for Obama’s failure is NOT about hoping our economy worsens nor is about having a terrorist attack to be able to say, “See, we told ya so.” I really despise defending those two but even Rush and Ann themselves don’t wish for that to happen.

    A lot of people seem to enjoy taking the “I hope he fails” comments way out of proportion. Thinking the worst isn’t what we mean.

    Comment by Zoooma!! | January 23, 2009

  2. Thanks for the comment Zooma.

    I believe an appropriate analogy of the “hope he fails” mentality can be made with a famous statement made by Deng Xiaoping as China’s disastrous Great Leap Forward was concluding.

    Said Deng: “I don’t care if it’s a white cat or a black cat. It’s a good cat so long as it catches mice.”

    This was interpreted to mean that being productive in life is most important, not whether one believes in communism or capitalism.

    Mao saw this type of thinking as a great threat to his power. To consolidate his power Mao launched the equally disasterous Cultural revolution.

    Deng and his policies were rehabilitated at the close of the Cultural Revolution and we can see what the the eradication of ideological strictures has done for China.

    Like Mao, Rush demands ideological purity regardless of the effect. This country has pursued the policies advocated by Rush since the Reagan Administration. Those policies and philosophies have brought us to where we sit today.

    Thanks again Zooma.

    Comment by Risk Rapper | January 24, 2009

  3. […] assumed control of the Executive office.  Rush “Country Firster” Limbaugh said it best “I hope he fails” set the tone and sealed the intractability of Republicans and any possibility of bipartisan […]

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