Dems Take Attack On Rush a Step Further

Ok, I don't have a problem with anyone not liking Rush or if they do like him.  I don't like hip hop music but I know there are many people who do.  So, it is ok.  There are many different types of things for all the different types of people.

What I don't like is the Dems and our federal government targeting an american citizen to distroy.  I'll be the first to admit that there are times when Rush will go a little overboard.  But that is what he does, that is how he has made his money.

If the federal government and the Dems can pick one person regardless of what the man stands for then what else will we as Americans allow them to do.  What else will we turn our backs to?

Politicians going after each other during elections is one thing.  But when politicians decide to target citiziens who voice their opinions for a living then it is wrong.  What person or group will be next that doesn't agree with Obama or the Dems?

http://www.cnsnews.com/public/content/article.aspx?RsrcID=44558

Democrats Issue Call for Slogans for Anti-Limbaugh Billboard in Rush’s ‘Backyard’
Thursday, March 05, 2009
By Pete Winn, Senior Writer/Editor

 


In this Jan. 13, 2009 picture, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh talks with guests in the East Room of the White House in Washington, prior to a Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony for Colombian President Alvaro Uribe, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and former Australian Prime Minister John Howard. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds) (CNSNews.com) - The Democratic National Committee (DNC) is asking people to submit ideas for an anti-Rush Limbaugh slogan it intends to put on a billboard in Rush's "backyard" -- his hometown of West Palm Beach, Fla.
 
The DNC pitch, which comes in the form of a fund-raising letter and e-mail, is being sent out across the country:
 
In part, it reads: “I'm Jen O'Malley Dillon, the new Executive Director of the Democratic National Committee. If you're anything like me, then you've had the urge to talk back to a right-wing talk radio host more than a few times. Now you can.”
 
The pitch asks readers “to come up with a slogan, in ten words or less” that the Democrats will place on a billboard in West Palm Beach.
 
“We'll go through all the slogans we get, and the winner will have his or her message appear on the billboard -- and receive a free T-shirt featuring the winning slogan,” the letter says.
 
This is not the first time that the Democrats have tried to demonize Limbaugh. As CNSNews.com reported in January, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has already launched a petition drive against the popular radio personality – and both President Obama and Gov. Tim Kaine (D-Va.), the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, have condemned Limbaugh over comments criticizing the new president and his agenda.
 
In recent interviews, Kaine said Limbaugh was the “he-who-must-be-obeyed in Republican politics these days."
 
Media analysts say the media offensive against Limbaugh is the first salvo in an expected attempt to muzzle conservative talk radio through a new type of Fairness Doctrine that would regulate radio station ownership in terms of "diversity" and the "public interest."

The White House supports this approach as does Sen. **** Durbin (D-Ill.), who added an amendment to the D.C. voting rights bill (S.160) that mandates "actions to encourage and promote diversity in communication media ownership and to ensure that broadcast station licenses are used in the public interest."

The DNC's Dillon, who was appointed to her job by Obama, is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the DNC. Kaine, who was selected chairman, serves as the party’s public face.
 

 

Grits4life Grits4life
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2 Responses Mar 5, 2009

You are right on girl and so is Rush.

I think this is disturbing too grits. Rush will make fools of them though. Just like he did Harry Reid.....