Wednesday, March 4, 2009

RNC Chairman and Rush Limbaugh At Odds!?

Rush Limbaugh recently said he hopes President Obama fails. That's just an absurd thing to say. So he wants America to fail? That's like saying the same thing...the things that he says are beyond ridiculous!

Personally....Rush Limbaugh can Kiss my azz! He is nothing but a fat, sweaty, redneck prick who gets paid millions to spew his hate...who gives a rat's azz what he thinks except those inbred hillbillies he caters to. **** Rush Limbaugh!

and...I am falling out over the fact that Mr. Steele is now falling over HIMSELF trying to apologize to Rush Limbaugh!!! Not a good look bruh! SMH

RNC Chairmain Michael Steele
Michael Steele Pictures, Images and Photos

Rush Limbaugh
rush limbaugh Pictures, Images and Photos

Now...on with the freaking report...Details Below...

Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele may have made an enemy of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. Steele, the RNC's first African American chairman, defended his leadership in an interview with CNN's D.L. Hughley Saturday, during which the host suggest that Limbaugh was the Republican party's "de facto" leader. "I'm the de facto leader of the Republican Party," Steele retorted.

"Rush Limbaugh is an entertainer. Rush Limbaugh, his whole thing is entertainment. Yes, it's incendiary. Yes, it's ugly." Limbaugh responded to the comments on his nationally-syndicated radio show Monday, saying that the chairman was off to a "shaky start."

"I hope the RNC chairman will realize he's not a talking head pundit, that he is supposed to be working on the grassroots and rebuilding it and maybe doing something about our open primary system and fixing it so that Democrats don't nominate our candidates, Limbaugh told his radio audience. "It's time, Mr. Steele, for you to go behind the scenes and start doing the work that you were elected to do instead of trying to be some talking head media star, which you're having a tough time pulling off."

Steele, who likely understands the political influence Limbaugh has on the Republican base, quickly backed off of the comments. "My intent was not to go after Rush I have enormous respect for Rush Limbaugh," the chairman said in a telephone interview. "I was maybe a little bit inarticulate. ... There was no attempt on my part to diminish his voice or his leadership."

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