I don't always agree with Rush. There have been times when I thought he was a bit off base. This monologue should be on every radio station and listened to by every person in this country. He is 'spot on' with his comments and I doubt anyone could say it better.
Rush's rant is right, but isn't he missing the idiotic contradictionn of Dems are for people, Repubs are for business. I find it insane for someone to think that businesses are not people. Who works in and benefits from business? Everyone. Only the few govt employees don't work in business, but still, they are paid by the taxes from business and pursue happiness by buying good and services
Stealing from the poor???
Does anyone who repeats that nonsense line have any idea how really stupid they sound?
Does any liberal really really believe that hypocritical lie?
Or do they just regurgitate it on command to prove loyalty to their elitist white liberal masters?
The only question I have is.....Can November get here soon enough?Obamao has to go and I can't wait to vote!
I wish he could run for President because he tells the truth but Washington and the truth aren't confortable with that and that seems to be a fact.
And what kills me is that the Democrats always, ALWAYS, feel as if they have the right to spend MY money. The always need more of it to keep funding an ever growing Federal bureaucracy, they always waste tons of it on inefficient government programs or bad "investments" (like Solyndra), and they always feel like they can spend my money better than I can. This must stop. It is NOT their money, it is OUR money, and they have to understand that they do NOT automatically have a right to it. Romney understands this, Obama certainly does not. That is why we all should be voting for Romney in November.
Somehow Rush makes my comments seem like they were written by a complete political novice. He's good.....real good.
It wasn't capitalism Barry, it was you. Remember after the election in '08 you said we were losers, we're going for the price on welfare and wealth distribution. You remember that Barry? This ain't our game you said, our game! We coulda prospered on capitalism, instead we got a one way ticket to palookaville!
You was our hope Barry, you shoulda looked out for the country a little bit. You shoulda left us with our own intelligence and ambition so we wouldn't have to take them dives for the short end money and do great harm to our country in the process
You don't understand Barry, we coulda had class. we coulda been a contender. We coulda been the shining light on the hill, instead of a third rate country, which is what we are now. Let's face it. It was you Barry.
Thanks Rs. Did you hear Brando while reading it? I heard him while writing it.
One of my all time favorites.
Yes. I recognized it quickly. My son does a great impression of that entire monologue. We have it on DVD. It reminds me of why I despise unions. Great job. It's a keeper for sure. You ought put it into the NYGino "anthology". Mrs. Rshill7 really likes it too. I read it to her with the right accent :-)
P.S. "Boaty" aka "Alucaneat" and I went fishing, and just got home recently. The water was like glass. No wind at all, hot for Northern Michigan, but the barometer was dropping, which is usually great for fishing. I wasn't even trying hard. Caught a Northern Pike on my first cast (!) with a Lucky Craft crankbait. Then switched to rubber, salt-impregnated worms cuz I figured the fish would be staying deep in the heat, and caught two nice bass. I never tire of that. They were all nice. I let them go to be tricked another day. Took some great pictures too of God's beautiful scenery. Unique lighting.
On the way back in I was going about 35 MPH and lost my fancy schmancy straw hat, which flew off my head while kinda' racing a ski-boat. Had to do a U-turn and fish it back out of the water with my net. Put it straight back on my head. Ahhh, that felt so refreshing. I'd like to take you fishing one day friend. Have a great evening.
"If you achieve, you need to be punished." --Rush
This idea is straight out of Marx. All Marx ever did was rail against the bourgeoisie (Businesses or "capitalists"). He believed that all the rich ever did was exploit the proletariat (poor). The rich had jobs, the poor didn't, so the poor were dependent upon the rich for their livelihood. The relationship, in his estimation, led to an exploitation of the poor. For the poor couldn't survive without the resources of the rich.
So then the poor guy working at McDonalds is being exploited by McDonalds because the poor guy has nothing and McDonalds has all of the resources he needs to survive. Eight hours standing over a greasy grille is what Marx would consider "exploitation" I suppose.
This is why radicals hate the rich. They see the rich the same way Marx saw them; they are the bourgeoisie exploiting the poor for labor. The rich get richer, the poor get to eat, and that's unfair -- there should be equally shared benefit -- and that's where the iron fist of the communist party comes in.
Never mind the fact that many rich were once POOR! That is a phenomenon that escapes them apparently! Also, never mind the fact that the poor can one day, with toil and sweat equity achieve the same dream of owning a business and hire their OWN employees to "work the grille".
Marx may have had some valid points when he was alive -- before there were labor laws I'm sure there was a lot of exploitation; but modern America is not 17th century Prussia. And though some may live poorly in the US today, they still have more opportunity at their disposal than a 17th century peasant.
"....the poor will always be with you." -- Jesus Christ.
Excellent. Your comment about McDonalds reminded me of my early beginnings - I was damn happy to get a part-time job at McDonalds. The only reason I got it is because I was persistant and the manager finally decided to give me a chance.
I didn't feel exploited in the least and went on to acquire other skills and positions that paid more. It was the proverbial stepping stone and was much appreciated.
The old Democrat Party says :
We cannot expect that all nations will adopt like systems, for conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth. Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly. My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. John F. Kennedy
The New I,I,I ME,Me,Me Democrat Party says:
I think In America, there's a failure to appreciate Europe's leading role in the world.
I do think at a certain point you've made enough money. I think when you spread the wealth around it's good for everybody. If you’ve got a business -- you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen. Barack Obama
It is my belief that the Democrats are jealous. They think that blacks can't make it without the government. They think woman can't help themselves. Now, as Rush said, it's the Mexicans. Anyone that has been told their whole lives that they can't make it on their own are doomed to be failures. It is a shame our President is spreading this myth when he made it all the way to the top (he know's better). This maybe why black youths are at 50% unemployment. They are waiting for Obama to build their company.
I heard this bit of broadcasting excellence on my way home from grocery shopping. I would have cheered continuously except for the blinding rain and lightning I got caught it. It's just as fun listening to it again. Now I can cheer! Thanks Rush! Thanks Scoop for posting it! :-D
Love a good Lightning storm. (Athough not while driving)
Glad you made it back safe and sound, girl.
(We've been having some pretty good storms at night too….I LOVE THE THUNDER!)
I tell ya girlie, I haven't seen it rain so hard in a long time. It started when I was getting to the car, and everything including me and the boy was soaked through. It was fun to navigate the "ponds" all over our 2 mile dirt road in a PT Cruiser, but I am glad for the rain, we needed it! Thanks pol!
Hey, rain makes my hair feel soft, maybe it'll work for the clothes ;-) Beats the heck out of going to town for the landromat! :-) I've done that plenty of summers, when the yard's too flooded to hang them out. You know that ol' murphy's law thingy- if you've got whites to hang up, good chance at least a few of them will end up in the mud!! LOL!
You sound like you've had a wonderful day. A little adventure, a lot of humor and a lot of memories to store in your memory bank. About the rest of the stuff on the line, the rainwater will act as a fabric softener and also it enriches the fabrics. If you're buying all this, I'm glad to make you happy. If you're not buying all this, I never said it.
LOL! That's silly! :-D I had grocery shopping today, usually I do it tuesdays, but had some stuff I was out of so a day early didn't hurt. My husband threw his stuff in the wash, and I hung it out this morning before I left. (I had to wait for him- he went out in my car and I had to wait til he got home to go) anyway, so his stuff was out on the line drying. I get home like a drowned rat, he helped us in with the groceries, I wiped all the water from the dripping bags off the floor and went to change. I noticed his clothes out on the line. "HONEY!!!" I yelled, "You're clothes!!!" He said he'd gotten out quick enough to get his britches and hang them in the pump house, but the rain came drenching down before he could get the rest. Anyway, it cleared up some for a while, the sun came out and he was going to go check on the rest- then it came up pouring again lol. So his stuff is still out there now, still raining and hopefully they'll be dry in the morning so I can do my wash. Typical Florida summer is finally here!
:-D Sorry- I'm chatty again.
Hi ABC, we're getting rain now also, quite a bit. Told my wife I was upset because it was raining so much I couldn't go out and water my plants!
LOL. Yeah, it was a bit of a deluge ;-) It's spitting now too. It's not quite a full rain gauge full, but it'll do. HI NY! :-D
The term democrat is outdated as the socialists/marxists have long taken over the principles and goals that the "democratic party" once represented. Now constant lies and deceptions present an evil never before seen in our politics. It is incomprehensible that someone this utterly incompetent has such horrifying effect on our way of life and American voters willingly elected him. Un-freaking-believable.
Oh, I forgot: in Beavis and Butthead's Guide to Hollywood, where they review the "Alien" movie, Beavis says, "I dunno, Butthead, thith dude lookth like a chick."
What, my kid had the book, OK?
But Rush! The party of the KKK has always been so good to people! Look at how well all the cities are doing! And look at how they've made tremendous inroads into destroying black families and increasing the abortion rates among black women.
Besides, Republicans are always trying to get everyone to have to actually work for their money. Who needs that?
Fantastic beat down, Rush! Obama claims Romney is a felon when half of Obama's inner circle ARE felons! Dems tell the poor that they coulda' been contenda's if it wasn't for people who own a business! If the American dream is a mansion, then Obama is tearing it down, brick by brick and this is too clear to be anything but his plan! He should have used Mrs. Palin's quote........"I'M A TEA POT AND I'M STEAMIN!" Way to go EL RUSHBO!
Rush: "Why aren't the Democrats trying to raise everybody up?"
Because that would be selfish, so instead...
"The rich" must be sacrificed / dragged down to the level of "the poor", so Democrats advocate policies which redistribute wealth from "the rich" to "the poor".
America must be sacrificed / dragged down to the level of the most destitute countries in the world, so Democrats advocate policies which redistribute wealth and weaken the power of America for the sake of said countries.
More broadly, the entire human race must be sacrificed / dragged down to the level of animals and plants, so Democrats advocate policies which redistribute wealth to the cause of environmentalism, and they advocate policies which weaken the industrial/technological progress that the world has made over nature.
Basically, the Democrat party is the party of human sacrifice. It's either humans being sacrificed to other humans, humans being sacrificed to other countries/societies of humans, or humans being sacrificed to plants/animals (ie. to nature itself).
It's all human sacrifice.
This human sacrifice is looked approvingly on because altruism is the dominant morality today, and altruism is the idea that any action taken for the benefit of others is good, and any action taken for one's own benefit is evil. Thus the beneficiary of an action is the only criterion of moral value - and so long as that beneficiary is anybody other than oneself, anything goes.
Democrats will be the first to tell you that they see themselves as "morally superior" to the Republicans who care about "selfish" ideas like capitalism, a free market, free enterprise and individual rights. Democrats are the ones who are the "selfless" ones, advocating ideas like social security, medicare, medicaid, obamacare, the community reinvestment act, and so on. "Who cares!", they proclaim, when confronted with "selfish" economic reasons for why these programs are bad.