Bored on a Saturday night with nothing better to do? Well here’s something you can check out for a good laugh- Rush Limbaugh!
Don’t misunderstand me, I’m not making fun of Rush by any means.
I recently discovered that Rush used to have his own TV show. I’ve taken a look at some clips from the show on YouTube, and naturally I really like it.
This clip is one of my favorites. Here Rush makes fun of Ted Kennedy for speaking gibberish:
And this guy is considered to be the Democrats’ Ronald Reagan? Teddy couldn’t even speak in complete sentences! Also it’s ok to make fun of Ted here because this is before the brain tumor. And he killed a woman in his car
I think that if Marco Rubio runs for president in 2016 (which I think is very likely), he needs to shout: “Is this Rubio country? AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” and then take a nice long sip of water.
Now here Rush makes fun of Bill Clinton. B.J. Bill Jefferson Clinton, our impeached, perverted former president who was impeached and lost his law license for eight years. As you will see, Clinton may have been a pathological liar, but even he can’t pull off a fake cry:
And here, well I never thought something so boring could be so funny, but nevertheless Rush somehow can.
Not to mention that Rush’s TV show also was very informative, as seen in this clip where he talks about the ignorance on high gas prices. (Which I think still holds true today)
Rush no longer has his TV show, and I understand that this is because he didn’t like doing TV as much.
I love Rush’s radio show, I listen to it every morning. Dittohead and proud of it! But I do wish he had kept his TV show.
I say that because one of the many disadvantages we conservatives face is that all of these late-night comedians are all liberals. Jay Leno, David Letterman (the buck-toothed moron), Bill Maher (BLAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. I can’t stand Bill Maher, the short stupid white guy. He makes me want to throw my laptop out the window), etc.
But especially, it’s Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert whom I feel we really have to combat. The youth especially love Jon Stewart. I remember in the college dorms last year hanging out in the common room and then seeing The Daily Show and The Colbert Report on the TV. I had to restrain myself from my throwing my shoes at the TV. But everyone watching was laughing, having a good time, and hence believed what Stewart and Colbert were saying.
Take a look at this from the liberal Buzzfeed. As you can see in the story, Stewart unfairly edited a clip of Mitt Romney. And of course he used foul language (bull f*cking shit) and basically bullied Romney over something that wasn’t even true. And yet, people believe that.
Let’s also not forget how Jon Stewart single handedly ended CNN’s Crossfire!
And then this of Colbert, where he says to the NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre, “You, sir, are f—ked [bleeped] in the head.” Click on the link if you want and look at the full context- not much in the way of substance, however there is that lovable f-bomb. This is what’s poisoning the youth.
In my view, Colbert and Stewart seem to bully and use foul language (altho that as bad Bill Maher, but then again he has zero ratings) to drive home a liberal perspective. And it’s not even real news- it’s satire! But the youth get their news from them.
Rush, by contrast, most of the time has a clean mouth and he’s not satire, he actually gives his opinion using humor and facts. Rush’s TV show, I think, would have been the conservative answer to Colbert/Stewart if Rush had decided to stick with the TV program.
Rush’s radio show is still #1, but since it’s on during school and it’s on the radio, the youth are not as likely to go out of their way to listen to him.
That’s why I have always believed that in order to spread the message of conservatism to the youth, we conservatives need to find an answer to Stewart/Colbert, and it should follow Rush’s TV show model. And it would be based on actual facts, not satire.
Anyway, enjoy the Rush videos.