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David Axelrod and thinkprogress can suck it up! Also, Bush did it!

Rush Limbaugh delivered his scathing opinion on the Obama administration Sunday morning when he sat down in an interview with Chris Wallace.

“He’s a child. He’s got a five-minute career. He was in the Senate for 150 days. He was a community organizer in Chicago for a number of years,” the host added. “I think he’s got an out-of-this-world ego. He’s very narcissistic. And he’s able to focus all attention on him all the time. That description is simply a way to cut through the noise and say he’s immature, inexperienced, in over his head.”

Read the transcript here.

I think it’s all to. I don’t think there’s any for. I’m — Chris, I’m — I’m really, really worried. We’ve never seen this kind of radical leadership at such a high level of power in the — in the country.

I believe that the economy is under siege, is being destroyed. Anybody with any economic literacy would not do one thing this administration’s done to try to revitalize the private sector. They’re destroying it.

And I have to think that it may be on purpose, because this is just outrageous, what is happening — a denial of liberty, an attack on freedom.

I mean, just — just a couple days ago, they talked about these 650,000 jobs that they’ve created or saved. There’s no such thing as a saved job. Besides that, they’ve destroyed jobs. They’ve lost 3.3 million jobs in this country since Obama’s stimulus plan, and it’s going to get worse.

I couldn’t have said it better myself. Of course the left has a differing opinion.

When the White House snubbed Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace of an interview with President Obama in September, Wallace defended his program by claiming it is a “truly fair and balanced show.” This morning, he had an opportunity to demonstrate his fairness, but failed miserably.

Yes, we need a lesson in sycophantic interviews from liberal ideological outlets. Here soon-to-be Jeopardy champion Wolf Blitzer asks the “tough” questions:

BLITZER: It’s almost like being on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Is that what you’re — you’re nervous about that?

BLITZER: It’s been intense in the primaries. But you realize it’s going to be much more intense in the next chapter, in the next phase, given the differences between you and John McCain. Are you ready for this next phase?

WOW! Obama must have really been sweating that interview! Ok maybe I’m too harsh. Perhaps George Stephanopolous can do better:

STEPHANOPOULOS: You know, we asked our viewers what they wanted to hear from you, and we got hundreds of pages of questions, thousands of questions, almost all about the economy. And it’s clear there’s a lot of pain out there, a lot of fear. And if I could sum up the questions, it would be very simple, can you fix this?

STEPHANOPOULOS: It has been pretty well-received in the Congress. But you’re getting some pushback as well, especially from Senate Democrats on the tax cut portions. Senator Tom Harkin said this is trickle down economics all over again. They’re focused especially on the business taxes.

Do you really believe those business tax cuts are going to work to create jobs? Or do you put them in so you could get Republican votes?

Ok maybe not, but he did get Obama a little upset about the definition of tax, but I digress.

After the Rush interview David Axelrod attempted to weigh in but “failed miserably”.

“Well, I think it’s a surreal day when you’re getting lectures on humility from Rush Limbaugh.”

I’m fairly certain you need it.

“He’s the commander-in-chief. He has huge responsibilities. I think he does them thoughtfully. He does them well. And they’re difficult problems. We walked into a difficult situation. I think he’s handling it very, very well. And most people believe that. We’ll let Mr. Limbaugh foment, but I think the American people are well-served and believe they’re well-served.”

Nope. No arrogance there. I do admire how you can blame credit Bush without even saying his name, though. That’s very modest of you.

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Categories: Opinion, Politics
  1. WADE....
    November 2, 2009 at 9:00 am

    wsorrian,

    I watched the Limbaugh interview and I must say I enjoyed it very much, (maybe a little to much) I get that Matthews tingle up my leg anytime someone rips Obama adm. a new one, He did hit the nail on the head and he did get a rise out of Axelramrod…

    like your new blog will come back soon…

    Wade.

  2. gnmk09
    November 3, 2009 at 2:56 am

    wsorrian,

    Batman just informed me that you are “Blogger” now!!!

    Congrats!! I enjoy reading your posts over at Wades place…..

    • November 3, 2009 at 4:17 am

      I don’t know if I’d call myself a blogger just yet. Getting these articles and sources together is really time consuming and I’m just getting the hang of it.

      Also, I will continue visiting Wade’s site and commenting when I have something to say.

      And thank you for your compliment. I hope I can continue to offer relevant insight into conservative issues as well as crashing the liberal universe whenever possible. =)

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