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Rush Limbaugh, America’s Sad Truth


If you want to know who Rush Limbaugh is, don’t read the body of his books, read the introduction.

In the introduction of Rush’s books, he tells you exactly who he is and why he does the things he does.

The introduction to “See I Told You so” states, “You hold in your hot little hands, my friends, America’s next great publishing milestone. Soon, see i told you so will eclipse all the publishing records known in the English-Speaking World.” Rush is not interested in right or wrong. Rush is not interested in helping America. Rush is interested in Rush. Rush is a self promoting shock jock. He is not even an original. All of his antics and in fact his entire business plan for success is plagiarized from Howard Stern.

If you go back a few pages to the Acknowledgments page you will see that Joseph Farah is the true researcher and writer of this book. Rush just added the exclamations and other statements that he knows full well will capture the older American’s hearts and minds. HE IS DOING THIS FOR THE MONEY!!!

The sad truth is that Americans are stupid enough to fall for this shock jock approach to politics. Even sadder is the fact that Rush Limbaugh has had an effect on our economy. His fear tactics contribute to many bad decisions by those idiot American’s who take him seriously.

Maybe if we actually taught logic and critical thinking in our schools we could rise above the influence of self serving entertainers like Rush Limbaugh. Unfortunately, the sad truth is that day will never come.

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  1. Rick
    June 14, 2010 at 11:29 am

    “HE IS DOING THIS FOR THE MONEY!!!”

    Who isn’t doing it for the money?

  2. Donnie Winn
    July 10, 2010 at 6:52 am

    I would disagree that Rush plagiarized his whole thing from Howard Stern, and that he is not original. Prior to Rush, there was no talk radio to speak of, except in a few local markets. I am not a Rush fan; however, whatever one thinks of him, he did change the face of radio broadcasting in the US.

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