Tuesday, June 11, 2013

When The New York Times and Rush Limbaugh more or less agree...

...then we are in a heap of trouble. I believe the technical term is “Deep doo-doo.”

If you don’t believe me, read this and then read this and even this.

The first link is to a June 6th New York Times editorial entitled “President Obama’s Dragnet” and the second link is to a transcript of a portion of Rush Limbaugh’s June 7th radio program entitled “America in the midst of a coup d’etat” in which he referred to the Times editorial. The third link is to a portion of Rush Limbaugh’s program on June 10th (after whistleblower Edward Snowden surfaced in Hong Kong) called “The Question is Not Whether the Obama Regime Will Survive, But Will America as Founded Survive the Obama Regime?”.

Admittedly, Rush’s programs are a bit more strident than the staid old New York Times. Rush’s programs might even be called extreme by some (although he seems to me to be right on the money).

But I’ll tell you just how bad things are:

Even Yorkshire Pudding has stopped genuflecting.

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