“Can We Continue To Listen To Rush Limbaugh?”

Did you read the remarks of Colin Powell? He says we don’t need the likes of Rush Limbaugh! This country will be dominated by non-whites within 20 years and the conservative propensity for bashing African-Americans and Hispanics has to cease.

I think it’s time to tell Colin Powell to shove it. Rush has never exhibited anti-black or anti-hispanic speech or behavior. He has questioned the support by blacks of Democrats, who take blacks for granted. The Democrats can do anything they want to blacks and still blacks will vote 85% in favor of Democrats.

I’m sure Powell thinks the conservatives strong support for laws against illegal aliens and for secure borders is a voice against Hispanics. We conservatives don’t hate Hispanics. We just want our borders to be respected as Mexico does its borders.

Rush Limbaugh is one of the few voices in America speaks what is true for the average American. We are better off with Rush, and Colin Powell is a net loss to sane conversation.

14 Responses to ““Can We Continue To Listen To Rush Limbaugh?””

  1. That about sums up the way I feel. I have yet to figure out why the republican base abandoned their conservative values or how someone like McCain was able to slide through the primaries to become the party representative.

  2. Rush Limbaugh is the voice of division, racism, ignorance, and fear. Small wonder he’s so popular with the right.

  3. Flash, can you give me an example of each to substantiate your point?

  4. Might I suggest that the ex-general simply stop listening to Limbaugh?

    I haven’t listened to him in a few years, because when he’s on, I’m at work. When I did listen, it wasn’t often, because his style just grates on my nerves.

    But I didn’t start a public campaign to have him silenced.

    (I doubt you’ll hear back from Flash.)

    “The Democrats can do anything they want to blacks and still blacks will vote 85% in favor of Democrats.”

    Fortunately, since American history is no longer taught in this country, they don’t know that it was the Democrats who fought tooth and nail against any civil rights legislation. And how high-level Democrats like Sen Byrd still have fond memories of the KK.

  5. IDIOTS he quoted Mort Kondrake he didn’t generate the quote. You are perpetuating a mistruth. http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniontrib/20081121/news_lz1e21kondrac.html

    TO say that Limbaugh has “never exhibited anti-black or anti-hispanic speech or behavior. ” is just outright ignorant.

    Use your mind and contribute positively or at least accurately

  6. M, we are not IDIOTS on this blog. Please conduct yourself accordingly. So, your quote is from Kondrake. In his column, he reads like a RINO. You may have found someone who calls himself a Republican, like Colin Powell, but it was Colin Powell that uttered the remarks originally.

    Republicans that I’m proud of the most are the one who do exactly the opposite of advice #2:

    Be positive and pragmatic, not negative and fundamentalist.

    Pragmatism is what got us into this financial mess, not fundamentals. \McCain is a RINO and a pragmatist and that’s why we lost. When the party stands up on conservative principles and then follows them, when he governs, this party attracts all but most of the African-Americans.

    We are not being negative when we point out the differences
    between what the candidates believe.

    One more thing, the people in Mexico, are much more conservative than Americans, and don’t shed those principles when they cross the border.

  7. M, one more thing, can you cite anything that Limbaugh has uttered that “exhibited anti-black or anti-hispanic speech or behavior. ”

  8. Here are 3 from Rush form an article containing 10

    1. I mean, let’s face it, we didn’t have slavery in this country for over 100 years because it was a bad thing. Quite the opposite: slavery built the South. I’m not saying we should bring it back; I’m just saying it had its merits. For one thing, the streets were safer after dark.

    2. You know who deserves a posthumous Medal of Honor? James Earl Ray [the confessed assassin of Martin Luther King]. We miss you, James. Godspeed.

    3. Have you ever noticed how all composite pictures of wanted criminals resemble Jesse Jackson?

  9. I think those cover all of Flash’s points

  10. For those of you who are unable to admit that Rush is racist, it is because you will not admit that you yourselves are racist. Calling someone a “magic Negro” is so blatantly racist, it needs little explanation.

    Also as for the claim that America just wants to keep its borders safe. So let me get this double standard correct. You are ok with US companies moving your jobs over to mexico, and making your clothes that you buy in sweat shops – with these so called people that we need to protect our borders from – but you won’t allow them to come here? So we can go there and exploit them, but they can’t come here.

    And another thing – the law that regulates citizenship is very backward and corrupt. I don’t believe it is a fair law. And I don’t think it is wrong to break unjust laws.

    Face it – your main concern is seeing to it that everyone speaks English, and that ever neighborhood you go into is predominantly white. Its not about borders security.

  11. The origin of “the magic negro” did not start with Rush, instead originated at the LA Times. Rush has defended his use of the remark many times on air, but people continue to accuse him of starting it. His show is filled with Humor, Irony and Sarcasm, but not racism.

  12. “The origin of “the magic negro” did not start with Rush, instead originated at the LA Times. Rush has defended his use of the remark many times on air, but people continue to accuse him of starting it. His show is filled with Humor, Irony and Sarcasm, but not racism.”
    Just because a person didn’t start the genocide, it doesn’t make it alright for them to continue it.
    Basic school ground rules, even if another kid started it, you continuing it holds you accountable for your actions.

  13. Hola, give me a break. He’s using sarcasm for crying out loud. The libs never get criticized for their racism, but let a conservative use the same words in sarcastic humor and you guys go ballistic. Go jump on the LA Times.

  14. Here’s more about the origin of Magic Negro:

    The song, which debuted on Limbaugh’s show in late March 2007, latches onto an opinion column in the Los Angeles Times of the same title. That column, penned by cultural critic David Ehrenstein, argued that Obama could serve as a balm to whites who felt guilty about past treatment of African Americans.

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