Rush Limbaugh sunk to a new low today, in a blatantly dishonest and pathetic assessment of how the Democrats views the candidacy of Republican Mitt Romney. At the close of a discussion, which you can read here, Limbaugh states:
"The Democrats are afraid of any candidate they have sought to destroy. You can start with Sarah Palin, you can move on to Santorum. Any -- any conservative who showed any interest -- the Democrats set out to destroy. That's who they're genuinely afraid of. They are not hammering Mitt Romney at all, and Donna Brazile let the cat out of the bag. Don't doubt me."
Not at all? Really Rush?
I guess the following are expression of love and support:
Democrats Keep Focus on Romney (12/30/11)
DNC attacks Mitt Romney as a flip-flopper in new ad (11/30/11)
Dem Attacks On Romney Indicate Preference for Gingrich (12/5/11)
In fact, just Google DNC attacks Romney to find a treasure trove of info.
Now the incident Rush used to advance his deceptive narrative was a completely partisan post debate assessment by Donna Brazile Saturday night, during a conversation with correspondent John Karl and moderator George Stephanopolus:
BRAZILE: Mitt Romney won tonight because no one touched him -- and for Democrats, you know what? It was good news for us.
KARL: Why is that?
BRAZILE: Because we believe that the weakest candidate is the candidate that the Republicans are not attackin', and that's Mitt Romney.
KARL: Oh, come on.
STEPHANOPOULOS: No, you don't believe that, Donna.
Now Rush is dishonestly spinning this story as Stephanopoulos' response as being irritated with Brazille for letting the secret out of the bag. In reality, the entire panel laughed in her face when she uttered these words. Nobody believed and Brazille herself could be seen with a grin on her face, which bespoke the mischief she was trying to create.
I know this for a fact, because I was watching it live. Thankfully, I don't Rush to interpret or explain things to me.
It's really sad to see someone you liked and enjoyed listening to, lose all credibility with these tired, stale political theories. Rush trots these dog-eared arguments every cycle. I think he's just tired of the grind, since the things he says are so easily debunked.
Rush likes to say "Don't doubt me."
I don't have to doubt you Rush, cause I don't believe you.
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