Friday, September 25, 2009

Catching Up

Been a tough few weeks for me: busy with my start-up, my fibro has been flaring up badly, friends and family have been in & out of the hospital, and other such stuff. So, I've missed a lot of recent foolishness: Bacus obeying his masters and delivering a health care "reform" bill that lacks a public option; the continued antics of Beck, Limbaugh, and Steele; the Rockfeller-Schumer insurgency in the Senate in support of the public option; the death of a Census Bureau worker in Kentucky, found hung with a "Fed" sign around his neck; and ACORN being punked.

However, reader Rising Sun- L brought this to my attention, and I just HAD to comment on it. Looks like ole Rush is finally displaying his white hood & robes openly:

Recently, there has been a video surfacing on the internet of a white student being beat up by a black student on a school bus. Despite the fact that both black students and white students have been beat up on buses and at other places, Rush Limbaugh believes that the beating is due to Obama. Reports say that the fight was due to a disagreement over seating and was not racially motivated.

Here’s what Limbaugh said:
“I think the guy’s wrong. I think not only it was racism, it was justifiable racism. I mean, that’s the lesson we’re being taught here today. Kid shouldn’t have been on the bus anyway. We need segregated buses — it was invading space and stuff. This is Obama’s America.”
You put your kids on a school bus you expect safety but in Obama’s America the white kids now get beat up with the black kids cheering ‘yeah, right on, right on, right on.’ Of course everybody said the white kid deserved it he was born a racist, he’s white.

Hey Rush, what was it when the lynching of black men was both epidemic, and a spectator sport? Was that "Hoover's America" then? And what are you people in Florida doing? Don't you know that Rush broadcasts from there, from an open studio? Do you need some tar, or feathers?

ALSO: go see Michael Moore's latest film, "Capitalism: A Love Story" when it opens October 2.  Highly recommended!

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