Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Limbaugh Again

From the February 5 broadcast of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:

LIMBAUGH: And before we go to the break here, folks, I've got to get something off my chest. You know, the game was the game. And the game was what it was. But I - I can't handle anymore press criticism of Rex Grossman. They're writing his name W-R-E-C-K-S. They're just -- worst quarterback ever to play in the Super Bowl. And it's been like this since the Green Bay game -- actually since the Arizona game, a little crescendo of it in the Green Bay game, the last game of the season for the Bears. And it's just unrelenting! It's just -- they're focusing on this guy like they don't focus on anybody! And I tell you, I know what it is. The media, the sports media, has got social concerns that they are first and foremost interested in, and they're dumping on this guy -- Rex Grossman -- for one reason, folks, and that's because he is a white quarterback.

Limbaugh knows he is being viewed and probably recorded, and yet he continues to spew this racist nonsense. The sad thing is that wing-nuts everywhere are nodding their heads in unison, drool oozing from the corners of their mouths and muttering “Uh huh.”

7 Swings of the bat:

Anonymous said...

What a dumbass. Rex Grossman sucked so hard even Bears fans can't stand him.


Dad29 said...

Hard for you to "get" irony?

Other Side said...

Where's the irony, dad? Are conservatives like you a race? Oh must be ... that would explain the use of the victim card.

BTW: You're the one who loves to use the natural law argument. Any mixed race couples you want to apply it to?

James Wigderson said...

geez, Tim, he's clearly making fun of his own comments about Donovan McNabb.

Other Side said...

Cut it out, James. I listened to the audio. He's a walking time bomb.

As a commenter pointed out:

Last time I looked, Manning is also a white quarterback. I didn't get any sense that "they" wanted him "not to do well."

Dad29 said...

"Over the top" doesn't even come close to your remark about natural law/mixed-race couples.

I expect better from you.

Other Side said...

The facts are that the sad excuse of Natural Law to define opposition to homosexuality was also used to define opposition to mixed race marriages.

You are what you eat.