As a matter of good practice, when Rush Limbaugh gets nervous about something, you had better pay attention. On his radio show today he talked about the pitiful calls for unity that are coming from the defeated Democrats. He gets even more nervous when he hears Republicans saying and thinking the same thing. Elections have consequences. The Democrate candidate was defeated. The Democrat Party is in shambles. Rush Limbaugh feels that the calls for unity are a subterfuge to take away the power Republicans have won by winning the election. For example: President Obama invited the Republicans to sit in the back of the bus in 2010. The transcripts are here for you edification.
As Written and reported by Rush Limbaugh for his website:
RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I’m getting nervous. I am already getting nervous. I know it’s early. I’m not getting nervous because of anything I’ve heard President-Elect Trump say. I’m getting nervous because of things I’m hearing other people say, things totally unnecessary. And I want to take some time today to try to explain why I’m nervous and destroy some myths that seem to always pop up after elections about unity and crossing the aisle and working together and almost apologizing for winning.
I’m sick of it. I’m fed up with it. I have watched it happen for now 29 years, and I’m not gonna sit here and stand or sit mute while it happens again. We have been governed against our will for the last eight years. The Democrat Party — and nobody saw this, folks — because everybody was so focused on two people, Hillary and Donald Trump. Nobody, I mean nobody until after it was over, had any idea what had really happened.
We should have known it because we’ve been chronicling it. I’m talking about the demise of the Democrat Party. The Democrat Party since 2010, the midterm elections in 2010, they lost 900 seats in that election in the House, in the Senate, go to governorships, mayors, town council, if you go all over the country, they got a shellacking. We now know that if Donald Trump had run for president in 2012 using the exact data he got versus what Obama got in 2012, Donald Trump would have beaten Obama in 2012, if you take the data from this election and measure it against what Obama had.