Just wondering if you had read this bit by Limbaugh and if not, why not.

One thing is certain, this is America in the new Twenty-First Century, whether you like it or not. I don’t like it. If every American does not speak up now, like Nazi Germany, in a little while it will be too late. The Rush Limbaughs of America are a minority in America but they are pretenders to be the expressions of a majority. Rush Limbaugh insists he loves America and that he represents America and the Republican Party; he and Fox News. Is this the new Republican Party? Certainly the Republican Party has never complained about Limbaugh or disowned Limbaugh or Fox News. An American democratic Republic cannot afford a Limbaugh Republican Party, no democracy can.

This is serious and I am sorry but I cannot tolerate good Americans who say that they can’t stand ‘that kind of thing’ and they don’t want to read about it or hear about it; in fact, they don’t want to do anything about it, not even wring their hands. Think about it! If the real American majority does not speak up, our nation is doomed.

Here is the latest from Limbaugh:

September 16, 2009

Rush Limbaugh: “Obama’s America – White Kids Get Beat Up With The Black Kids Cheering” Huffpost – Rush Limbaugh: “Obama’s America – White Kids Get Beat Up With The Black Kids Chee

Huffington Post |  Nicholas Graham
Rush Limbaugh couldn’t resist trying to connect the brutal beating of one student by another on a school bus to President Obama, using it as an example of how Obama is somehow causing racism throughout the U.S.:

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.

In fact it would be Limbaugh who seems to have the racial hangup. The St. Louis-Dispatch reports that the beating was not racially motivated, as a Belleville police captain had originally speculated, but was instead incited by a pretty common dispute on school buses: choice of seating.

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