On a Sunday talk show, Bob Woodward said that the country is better off with Boehner negotiating with Obama rather than the Tea Party refusing. He said the Tea Party wants to just “lay down” and let Obama have what he wants and let the country burn. Rush Limbaugh pointed out that what people missed in Woodward’s statement insulting the Tea Party was that Obama’s policies are destroying the country.
Mr. Woodward was responding to the opinion of some Tea Party members who are frustrated with Americans re-electing the Obama economy and blaming Republicans. Some have said if it hasn’t gotten through people’s heads yet, perhaps they should just let Obama have his way in everything and then, after the country burns, maybe they’ll figure it out.
Rush Limbaugh said Americans have already been put through four years of economic Hell and they re-elected it, so hoping people “see the light” is a vain dream.
Mr. Limbaugh went on to explain liberal’s beliefs that the Tea Party people are the ones going around looting, raping, and burning and not the Occupy Wall Street crowd. Rush describes the Tea Party as being formed by seniors who are upset with Obama’s massive deficits joined by responsible adults who are the most conservative, law abiding citizens. This is contrary to liberals who portray them as the modern day KKK. He declares that OWS people are seen by the Left as being what the Tea Party is, and that liberals turn a blind eye to the multitude of crimes committed by OWS.
Limbaugh completed his synopsis of Democrats by quoting a writer hired by National Geographic to make a movie about the “Killing of Lincoln.” He said,
“So National Geographic's hired this guy Erik Jendresen to write and executive produce ‘The Killing of Lincoln.’ And this guy, typewriter and producer of Baxter's book, says that John Wilkes Booth would be a poster child for the Tea Party today.”
Rush clarified that Abraham Lincoln was the founder of the Republican Party and Booth was a Southern Democrat, as was William Bedford Forrest who founded the KKK. Rush concluded that Democrats are so self-delusional that they believe they are the modern day Republicans.