If Rush Limbaugh is known for one thing, it’s that he’s as red as they come. You won’t find an ounce of blue in Rush. Odds are the man actively repels the color.
So what’s all this chatter about Rush giving the Republican party an earful? Has he switched sides?
As the voice to the EIB network for the better half of two decades, Rush has always championed all things Republican. And right now, he’s just simply begging the question, what’s left to champion anymore?
With the elections staring the party down, Rush simply isn’t enthused about what the Republicans are bringing to the table. “[I’m not] gonna talk about something if I have to do it perfunctorily, if I’m not into it and don’t care about [it].”
And he doesn’t care because he doesn’t know what the Republican party’s message is anymore.
“I don’t know what to cheer about,” he said in his afternoon broadcast. “I can remember back in the days, the Reagan years, it was exciting to be a Republican. We knew what we supported… It was something to be very proud of and excited about. You wanted to be part of it; you wanted to help it. I just don’t feel anything like that now.”
Rush is sick and tired of Republicans who won’t take a stand, who won’t come together as a cohesive, unified front for conservative values.
Going on he asked, “Can somebody tell me what the Republican Party stands for when it comes to amnesty? Does the Republican Party talk about job creation? Is the Republican Party talking about economic growth?… I don’t know what they stand for anymore, other than they’re not Obama, they’re not the Democrats. I really don’t know. So I don’t know what to talk about!”
What Limbaugh really wants is for candidates to come in, take a stand, speak not only from the heart, but with conviction and courage and to provide real, actionable solutions for the American people.
“Do you realize how many people are just itching to stand up and cheer and to be part of something that would be victorious and turn the tide – at least start to turn the tide – on all this?” he opined.
“Whether you think we’ve lost the country or we’re on the verge of it, at some point you have to work on reversing course.”
It isn’t to say the party is lost, it’s more they just need to stand united, indivisible. Rush is onto something, if Republicans don’t get it together, then Democrats have a real shot at sweeping elections this year, and maybe even in 2016.
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