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January 11, 2011

Conversations with Liberals About Limbaugh

Bookworm transcribes two she's had. It works this way for me too. It's a fool's errand. No matter what you ask them, they simply can't front the fact that they're just mouthing talking points from the center of their fully colonized minds. Sad.


Posted by Vanderleun at January 11, 2011 5:17 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

December 7, 1991: I had a conversation about Limbaugh with an editor after he'd heard about me talking to him on the radio earlier that day. After letting him vent his spleen about the usual 'racist, misogynist, homophobic' crap, and that he should be banned from the radio, and a couple of other expletably detelable things he, as a gay man would like to do to Limbaugh, I asked him if he'd actually heard the show or if he even listened to him on a regular basis, to which he said, "no, of course not." I said, "So you don't even know what we were talking about today?"
"No." And I told him:
"We talked about the 50th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, and how, given the need for the press to blame Reagan and Bush for everything that has disappointed them in life, it was fair to assume that since they were both around at the time, one could reasonably deduce that they probably caused WWII, evil bastards...for which I earned a coveted EIB mug."
He smiled and walked away.

Posted by: Jewel at January 11, 2011 7:50 PM