One thing that you have to realize about Rush Limbaugh is that he is a guy that has been watching the game be played for decades and knows pretty much every move that can be made.
I learned a lot from this guy as I got older and began driving a lot. Mostly through rural areas where you got one or two radio stations. So it was Rush Limbaugh or dead silence. The guy was an amazing teacher just from sitting and listening.
It must be making him sick knowing what is going on with the country right now.
El Rushbo, America’s Anchorman behind the golden EIB mic just gave a voice to the beleaguered American people as he typically does, with half his brain tied behind his back. During his nationally syndicated show Dec. 9th Rush Limbaugh dropped a bombshell secession announcement. With American patriots nationwide already mobilizing Limbaugh’s analysis is making headlines.
The full “Secession” quote, in context
Let’s do something that The Hill, Newsweek, Mediaite, TheWrap and other members of the “Drive-By-Media” aren’t going to do. Let’s take take Rush Hudson Limbaugh in full context from the official rushlimbaugh.com transcript. When it comes to context I use the same 3-second rule that you would for driving. Three seconds before and three seconds after a quote, a tip I picked up from Steven Crowder.
“Okay. All right. Mr. Snerdley is asking if we’re ever going to be able to win. And he’s talking about elections. Votes.
Are we ever gonna be able to win without taking back some of these cities? He’s talking about blue cities like New York, Philadelphia. I assume you mean Detroit? (interruption) Do you include Milwaukee in this? (Interruption) Definitely. All right. What about Oakland, California? (interruption) Too far gone. San Francisco? (interruption) You think we can get San Francisco? Look, we won election after election after election without winning these cities or the states they’re in. (interruption)
I thought you were asking me something else when you said, “Can we win?” he began. I thought you meant can we win the culture, can we dominate the culture.” Rush said, “I actually think — and I’ve referenced this, I’ve alluded to this a couple of times cause I’ve seen others allude to this.” Finally, he arrived at the quote in question “I actually think that we’re trending toward secession. I see more and more people asking what in the world do we have in common with the people who live in, say, New York? What is there that makes us believe that there is enough of us there to even have a chance at winning New York, especially if you’re talking about votes. “
Alright, we’ll keep digging. Limbaugh expanded on the thought citing the work of bloggers and other political theorists,
“A lot of bloggers have written extensively about how distant and separated and how much more separated our culture is becoming politically and that it can’t go on this way. There cannot be a peaceful coexistence of two completely different theories of life, theories of government, theories of how we manage our affairs. We can’t be in this dire a conflict without something giving somewhere along the way.”