Thursday, November 09, 2006

The Waterboy

Well, well, well... look what lying liar came clean. Via Crooks and Liars (which has audio of the segment, as well as some video courtesy of Olbermann's Countdown):
Yesterday Rush Limbaugh told his listeners that "I no longer am going to have to carry the water for people who I don't think deserve having their water carried", essentially admitting that he has been lying to his audience all along.

Rush's entire "I Feel Liberated" segment yesterday was a classic.

Just to reiterate, ladies and gentlemen: "It's going to get worse before it gets better." I'm not trying to be negative. I'm trying to prepare you here for what is coming. It is obvious from the president's press conference that his view is: "The Democrats won the election yesterday, and that means they get some of what they want, if not a lot of what they want, if not all of what they want." Specifically, here's what you can look for: You can look for there to be a minimum wage bill. The president was passionate about one thing in this press conference. He came alive when he was asked a question about: What does this mean for your immigration policy? "Yes, I think we have a better chance of getting immigration reform now with a Democrat-controlled Congress."
I also suppose we owe Rush some debt of gratitude for making the Michael J. Fox commercials into a nationwide cultural event and helping us gain the Senate seat in Missouri, which helped bring the Dems control of the Senate.

So, for the first time ever... thank you, Rush. And good luck on that your new waterless outlook.


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