If you say, about a Black President, “It is offensive to the sensibilities of millions of people to hear a member of the state run media refer to a half black half white human being with no experience running anything of substance referred to as a god. He may be president of the United States, but he is not a god.” You just might, probably, be a racist.
And yet this is exactly what right wing blow hard Rush Limbaugh said, referring to an observation made about President Barack Obama on MSNBC.
Personally, who cares why he said it. The fact is he said it. Why would any rationally thinking person say such a thing? The answer is a rationally thinking person wouldn’t say it, but a racist would.
Rush Limbaugh’s comment is every bit as offensive as any made by any other radio talk show host, oh I don’t know? Like Don Imus maybe? No need to worry about the Democratic Congress censoring El Rushbo, sooner or later his own mouth is going to lead to his being escorted away from the golden EIB microphone, not by government officials, but by executives from Clear Channel.
While we’re on the subject, which millions sensibilities being offended were you referring to Rush? The 14 million or so ditto heads listening to the likes of you, Hannity et al? It’s far more offensive to the sensibilities of many, many millions beyond your shrinking audience to have to listen to the hate speak passing today as political commentary from the extreme right of the political spectrum.
You Mr. Limbaugh, and anyone who shares your sentiments, are a racist. I’m sure generations of freedom loving, patriotic Limbaughs would be so proud.