Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Rush Limbaugh's finest hour

I have been listening to Rush Limbaugh since the mid-nineties when the extreme moral poverty of the Clinton Administration, had me so discouraged, that I saw no hope for America. He gave me hope. Many times since then, he has gotten me frustrated, by being an uber-capitalist(yes, Rush, the poor DO need a safety net) or wasting airtime talking about cigars, but he's always interesting, and has a way of expressing himself which despite the 24 cable news cycle, has never lost it's freshness.
Yesterday, however, was, as far as this blogger is concerned was Rush's finest hour. He spoke with brilliant clarity about Obama's position on infanticide of babies born during an abortion procedure. He feels that this issue so clearly highlighted at the Saddleback Church through Pastor Rick Warren's exceptional moderation, will decide the election. Once this issue has been so clearly defined that the Obama campaign had to admit that Obama lied about why he opposed the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, that his extreme pro-death views will turn of the American voter. I hope that the he is right, he usually is.
This positive outcome of the election is only true IF John McCain isn't foolish enough to choice a pro-abortion running mate. I hope that the McCain camp takes Rush seriously, and if he gets elected by pro-lifers, like President Bush did, that he is truly the pro-life president he promises to be.

1 comment:

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

"yes, Rush, the poor DO need a safety net"

Agreed, but not from the end of a gun forced by the "benevolent" government. The safety net should be provided by family and church, which is good incentive to be loyal to both.