Thursday, December 6, 2012

Rush Limbaugh describes how most conservatives feel

Rush Limbaugh explains how I feel almost verbatum regarding the re-election of Obama (wow, I think that's the first time I said that.  It's painful (OUCH!!!):
"Let me see if I can properly characterize how you feel for you. I'll take a wild guess and stab. And if I'm wrong, feel free to say so. The election happened. You've invested all these years in caring about this. You've invested I-don't-know-how-many years listening to this program. You've invested a lot of years watching Fox. You've invested a lot in what you think the Republican Party stands for. Now we have the absolute most disastrous Democrat president to come down the pike.
It's such an opportunity to finally -- for once and for all -- roll back what's known as liberalism or socialism, and it's blown. And you've said, after all these years of investment, "What's the point?" So you turn this show off. You turn Fox off for a while. You say, "What's the point? Okay I'm gonna find something else to occupy my time or to be passionate about." And then few days, maybe a week go by and you're back here and now you want to talk about it. Am I close?
This kind of goes to prove my premise that Rush doesn't tell people how to think, he basically says stuff we already know.  Pretty much all capitalists/constitutionalists/conservatives feel the same way.

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