Have a read and a listen:
“When all this kerfuffle starts about Mitt Romney, this 15 percent tax rate, he can say, ‘Look, we live in America, not some failed Soviet satellite. I favor a flat, or fair tax. I want to get rid of the IRS, or most of it. I favor denying big spending Obamacare liberals our income. I favor putting Obama and his reckless spending radicals on a diet, a diet we call private property rights. We call it limited government. We call it taking our country back,’” Limbaugh said.
However, Limbaugh was just getting warmed up. It’s not enough to simply refute the attack, Limbaugh said, but conservatives should go on the offensive and preach the message of conservatism.
“This class warfare garbage, it might work in these cloistered campaign circles surrounding Obama, but this is not our country. This is not a country that has been living under class envy all of these years since its interception. This is not about have and have-nots. It’s about protecting all of us from a bloated federal government. It’s about protecting us from everybody who benefits from bloated federal government and never-ending federal spending,” Limbaugh said.
From there, Limbaugh launched into the type of heated tirade that made him famous in the early 90s (via Daily Rushbo):
I am a member of golf’s 99%. I play golf, but have not yet made it to the professional level!!
I have played the game for over 30 years, but have not really put in the practice time and study to be the best. I also probably do not have the skills to really get there either.
However, I now feel that I should be paid by the successful professionals for trying. It isn’t fair that those players who have worked harder, have studied the game, have better equipment and are stronger and more skilled should make all that money.
Oh sure, they have their charities that they give millions of dollars to, but I am sure that they write all that off on their tax returns to reduce paying their fair share. Is that fair?
They should pay for my golf, buy me new equipment and pay me some of their winnings. The whole system should be changed to accommodate people like me!!
Let’s occupy a golf course and demand that those who are better at what they do pay for us who aren’t as good. Whining should get us something, like media attention and sympathy from liberals!!
Here’s an informative infographic called the National Biomass and Carbon Dataset, which, according to Woods Hole Research Center scientist Josef Kellndorfer is “the largest high-resolution map of forest biomass yet assembled.”
A collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service and the U.S. Geological Survey, the national forest map was assembled using satellite imagery and on-the-ground measurements collected over the course of six years.
The Funniest Internet Reactions to the Anti-SOPA Blackout.
Whopsucker is on a crusade to catapult Wild Bill past the Young Turks on the liberal dominated YouTube.
And from the nutty (the peanut farmer, get it?) ex-president from Georgia.
CAIRO – Former US President Jimmy Carter has urged the US Administration to support Egypt’s Islamists, stressing that this support will be in the interests of democracy, freedom and stability in the region, the official Middle East News Agency (MENA) reported on Thursday.
“What has happened in Egypt boosts democracy and freedom,” Carter was quoted by CNN as saying.
He added that Egypt now has the opportunity to form a democratic government elected by the people; it also has the same opportunity as free societies to achieve freedom and human rights.
Carter said he considers the US objections to the Islamists’ win in Palestine – referring to the Hamas movement – to have been a mistake, stressing that this mistake won’t be repeated with Egypt.
“I think it was a big mistake. Maybe we would now have peace in the Middle East if we had recognised a new, elected new government and supported and worked with it,” he commented, adding that this what we have learnt now in Egypt.
“We are now behaving differently, by giving the Islamists the chance to rule,” he commented.
Carter met about a week ago with Mohamed el-Morsi, the Chairman of Egypt’s new Freedom and Justice Party, the political arm of Muslim Brotherhood, at the premises of the party in Cairo.