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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Rush Limbaugh: Republicans don’t want to win

Says he was fooled into thinking GOP actually sought election victories

Rush Limbaugh, the voice of conservative America, is issuing a scathing indictment of the Republican Party, saying the GOP has no interest in winning this election or defeating Democrats.

“The Republican Party is not interested in winning. It clearly is not interested in winning,” Limbaugh said Tuesday on his national broadcast. “And if you want to be even more specific than that, it is paramountly obvious that they’re not even interested in defeating the Democrats.”

“It’s just mind-boggling,” he added. “All of these years I’ve been doing this program I was under the impression the Republican Party wanted to beat Democrats. And as the years have gone by, it’s become obvious to me that that’s not their No. 1 objective.”



Anonymous said...

Left and right wing part of same bird.

Anonymous said...

If Republicans wanted to win, they would consider the process of negotiation and compromise. You can't win elections in a representative republic if you don't represent the views of a majority of your constituents.

Being "hard right" or "hard left" can only end in defeat.

Anonymous said...

"...the voice of conservative America..."

He might be A voice FOR conservative America, but he's not THE voice OF conservative America.

Anonymous said...

Rush is totally correct if you look at the facts and actions of the Republican chameleons.

Anonymous said...

The republicans don’t want Trump because they are afraid he will dismantle the establishment. They would rather have Clinton and keep what’s good them vs having a republican that will expose the corruption that exist.

Anonymous said...

It's an apple cart full of rotten apples that needs upsetting. Each of the truly rotten ones infects the new ones.

Anonymous said...

Wow someone finally woke Rush up from his yearS long slumber!