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Rush, the NFL and the New CrueltyPosted Saturday, October 17, 2009, at 4:00 PM
From Jeremiah Wright, to Jimmy Carter, to Jesse Jackson, to Walter Mondale, to Jeannie Garafalo, to Al Sharpton, to Bill Clinton, to Nancy Pelosi and now the NFL, and just oodles more, have all cried racism at conservatives.
In a society where the left always cries for tolerance, we see example after example of intolerance from the left. Rush Limbaugh's crime? He is a conservative.
The politically correct crowd is always the most vocal when it comes for others rights to be violated or restricted, and they cry foul at every opportunity. You conservatives know what I mean. It gets old.
Now it has gotten so bad that news outlets can openly spread lies about Rush, and smear him, and laugh about it. The left says they want "the rich" to invest in minority businesses. You certainly must call the NFL a minority business, as seventy percent of the players are black, and most of the profit in the NFL goes to the players union.
Here comes a rich guy to invest millions into their business, and the left destroys the effort, because he is a conservative.
In the end, the race mongers on the left probably did Rush Limbaugh a favor. Who wants to be involved in business with a bunch of close minded political bigots? Dog killers are okay in the NFL, but Rush Limbaugh must stay out.
Also, let's stop with this nonsense that the left wants to end racism. Nothing could be further from the truth. Liberals feast on racism, they live for it, they eat it like candy.
Most importantly, when it comes to keeping Obama in power, they'll fan the flames of racism and intolerance, whatever it takes to keep black Americans angry at white guys.
And conservatives, let me make this observation. The left will always tell us who and what they fear. The left attacks those individuals and ideas that scare them. Look at how they went after Sarah Palin. They are scared BLEEP of Sarah Palin, and the same goes for Rush Limbaugh.
Keep this simple fact in mind as the election process rolls around.
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