September 5, 2012

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On delegate chants of “Four More Years” at the Democrat convention…

Forty-seven million on food stamps, and Rahm Emanuel actually said it --“Four more years!” -- and they started chanting that in the convention. And I said: "Right on, that's what we want to hear." Four more years of this? Forty-three consecutive months of unemployment over 8%, four more years? Sixteen trillion, national debt. Obama responsible for more than a third of that. Four more years. Twenty-three million Americans unemployed/underemployed. Four more years. Taxpayers pay for late-term abortions. That happened before you started watching. Four more years. A trillion dollars for a stimulus. Unemployment never gets under 8%, four more years. Not one Democrat ever voted for any Obama budget. Four more years. Take God out of the Democrat Party platform? Four more years. We didn't hear any of this. We didn't hear any credit-taking. We didn't. In fact, we didn't hear last night any plans for the future. All we heard was that Barack Obama is still the Messiah. The theme of that convention last night? "Barack Obama is still the Messiah!" You know what I found interesting about Michelle's speech? Her man has been president for four years and she felt it necessary to tell everybody who he is.


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August 1, 2012

limbaugh-radio

On the importance of today in American history…

This is August 1st, folks. August 1st, 2012… Also happening on August 1st -- the Chic fil-A revolution. Supporting the right to voice your religious beliefs. That’s what this is about. You got two Democrat mayors, who essentially said Christians aren’t desired in our towns. You can strip away, you know Rahm Emanuel’s Chicago Values and all that. All this is about is the fact that the head honcho at Chic fil-A is an open Christian, he’s out of the closet, and Rahm Emanuel says he’s not welcome here. We don’t want people like that… so Christians are told, don’t come to Chicago, don’t come to Boston. Well guess what. This is how they say, “Up Yours.” This is how they say, “In Your Face.” So on August 1st, the Chic fil-A revolution, supporting your right to voice your religious beliefs, and August 1st also the beginning of Obamacare mandating that religious institutions violate their religious beliefs by providing birth control and drugs that facilitate abortion, against their religious beliefs. August 1st. What a profound day in history.

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