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A Rush To Failure? By Whom?

March 13th, 2009 by Kevin

Hopefully you haven\’t heard about the following billboard yet.  If haven\’t, take a look at this billboard and try to figure out who you think this billboard is slamming.

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This billboard is actually paid for by the DNC as an anti-Rush Limbaugh billboard, as part of their coordinated effort to try to bring down the conservative King of talk radio.  It was picked out of an online contest, where 80,000 slogans were offered….and this is the one that was picked, implying there were 79,999 worse than this.

But to be quite honest when I first saw this billboard, I thought it was a slam on Obama.  It\’s clearly a twist on the \”rush to war\” slogan the Democrats tried using against Bush.  And with the high number of Obama\’s failed nominations and a flailing stock market, combined with the rush by the Obama administration to pass all sorts of expensive bailouts, the phrase matches Obama more than Rush.

I expect this is just the first of many desperate attempts by liberals to bail out their Messiah.  It\’s clear that Rush is winning this battle and with the repeated failed attempts by Obama to salvage the market, or even fill his own cabinet, it\’s becoming obvious that the shine is coming off this Messiah.  As Obama reveals himself to be the very average inexperienced politician he is, his supporters are starting to realize he is not actually Jesus.  At least Jesus could build a cabinet.

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5 Responses

  1. J. Ewing Says:

    “… very average…”????

    Sounds to me like Lord Obama can only audaciously hope to aspire to average. When everything you’ve done to date is wrong, you don’t get a “C” grade.

  2. Kevin Says:

    It’s been awhile since you’ve been in school huh?

  3. J. Ewing Says:

    I stand corrected. I did not realize we were in Lake Wobegone, where all the children are above average. I guess that makes “very average” a proper pejorative.

  4. Night Writer Says:

    Actually, a few million Americans vote “Rush” everyday.

    Truly, this is a bizarre and disturbing strategy to go head-on against a private citizen with no direct legislative authority. While Nixon had his “enemies” list, I can’t think of another administration going after an individual like this. Can you imagine what the reaction would have been if W had run billboards saying “Michael Moore is a Big, Fat Idiot”?

  5. Kevin Says:

    NW: We’d all be deaf from the cries of fascism.

    JE: Unfortunately I think I’m right in this case. Can’t let our precious puppets think they aren’t special and entitled to the world now.

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