The Spook Who Sat By the Door The Spook Who Sat By the Door

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

i agree with him if we would stop doing it 2 ourselves u cant tell these rappers nothing

Rush Limbaugh has managed to cause quite a media frenzy since his offensive comments about law student, Sandra Fluke, caught the nation’s attention. But in response to many of his well paying advertisers exiting stage left from from his show, he’s decided to stop the sorry act and expresses his outrage at his unfair treatment in a culture that has tolerated such language elsewhere, like rap music. Via HuffingtonPost:

“You talk about a double standard,” Limbaugh said in a post on his website. “One of the greatest illustrations of it is that rappers can practically say anything they want about women, and it’s called art.”

Limbaugh went on to discuss the media and Democratic party’s role in the deterioration of morality in society:

Every minority according to the left, every minority in the country is a victim of a tyrannical majority. Every aspect of the Democrat Party agenda is to reverse that, and what’s happening here is that everybody is allowing these winds to blow them over. And there’s no resistance to it…It’s the Democrats and the media that use the power of intimidation to get people to cave on their own morality, to give it up. All for the sake of avoiding confrontation or opposition.

Do you think Rush Limbaugh is just looking for a scapegoat or does he have a point?

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