2008-02-05

I found this:



David Limbaugh:
I suppose I could be accused of over-dramatizing, but I truly worry about the direction this nation is headed when contemplating a presidential race where the choices are liberal and liberal-light. If John McCain is the GOP nominee, that's what we'll be faced with, despite the Herculean efforts of some to spin it otherwise.
In that case, the presidential candidates of both parties would be willing to use the bully pulpit and governing power of the presidency to suppress political speech, punish producers, oil companies and drug companies, open wider our borders, cater to the whacko environmental movement and its junk-science-driven pseudo-consensus on global warming, nominate judges who don't "wear their conservatism on their sleeve," close Gitmo, confer constitutional civil liberties on enemy combatants, end life-saving interrogation techniques, demonize evangelical conservatives, and obstruct efforts of conservative Republican legislators.


Whoa! I guess I’m not like this guy. What the hey? Doesn’t he mean:


In that case, the presidential candidates of both parties would be willing to use the bully pulpit and governing power of the presidency to suppress political speech (didn’t Republican President Bush do that with all that Homeland stuff), punish “hold accountable” producers, oil companies and drug companies, “legally” open wider our borders, cater to the whacko emerging environmental movement and its junk- proven science-driven pseudo- consensus on global warming, nominate judges who don't "wear their conservatism on their sleeve," uphold the common man’s values, close Gitmo (Thank you God. That place is an embarrassment to the USA), confer constitutional civil liberties on enemy combatants (huh?), end life-saving interrogation techniques (life saving? You mean torture don’t you?), demonize evangelical conservatives (They do it to themselves with no help from anyone), and look for bipartisan solutions with obstruct efforts of conservative Republican legislators


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