Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Rush Limbaugh: #1941 - Do We Want to Go Backwards - Yes!

Rush:  Well, let me tell you something. I don't know about you, folks, but I would love to go backwards. I would love to go back about a year and a half. I'd love to go back when people's houses had value, and the expectation was that the value would increase every year. I'd love to go backwards to when we had a 4.7% unemployment rate. I would love to go backwards to where our taxes were lower. I would love to go backwards where our health care was affordable and excellent. I would love to go backwards when our investments had a good chance of growing. I would love to go backwards when people's children could get jobs with their expensive college educations. I would love to go backwards when we had leaders motivating and inspiring young people to seek the world, to seek their dreams.


Rush: I would love to go back to that period of time. It's just a year and a half ago and beyond. Who wants to live in an era where the president and the first lady tell college graduates to screw it? Don't get into the money making professions. Oh, yes, Mr. Axelrod, I would love to go back! I would love to go back to a period of time when my president actually liked my country. I would love to go back to a period of time when my president respected my country and my president was proud of it. I would love to go back to a period of time where my president was not trying to destroy things that he thinks have been unfair for 20 or 30 years or 230 years. I would love to go back to a period of time where my president did not look at the United States as the problem in the world. I would love to go back, Mr. Axelrod, to a period of time where we had leaders who thought the United States was exceptional and could indeed be the economic engine and the freedom engine of the world. I would love to go back, and we don't have to go back very few, Mr. Axelrod. Just 18, 19 months. Oh, yes. I would love to go backwards, Mr. Axelrod.
RUSH: And speaking of going backwards, isn't that what Axelrod wants to do? Doesn't Axelrod want to go back to the sixties? Aren't he and his buddies perpetually trapped in the idealism and the promise of the 1960s? Perhaps we could say they would love to go back even further, to the time of Marx. Anita Dunn might like to go back to the time of Mao Tse-tung in the thirties and forties. Some of the great dictators of all time are the professed inspiration for many members of the regime. So, yeah, we're not the only ones that want to go backwards. Read the entire transcript from his radio show from Tuesday......  This was a brilliant segment from his radio show Tuesday, remember this when confronted with David Azelrod shouting the GOP will take us backwards....... YES!  See the article also below as his background for this.


Axelrod: GOP Would Turn America Backwards? - Daily Caller - America continually witnesses the Obama administration and its cronies living in a bubble where they are the greatest leaders of this nation and not the ones that are continually selling its future like the stock market. Recently, Obama advisor David Axelrod stated that America would be going “backwards” if they allowed the GOP to take the majority in 2010. Once again, we see the backwards thinking of the Obama administration. From day one, the presidency has been against everyone who supported them, majorly the youth, via so-called reform as well as ignoring the real issues that need the commander in chief’s attention.  Read more......

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