rom Steve Dilliard:
Sympathy for the devil
Some foolish people may have some sympathy for the racist pig drug fiend
Limbaugh, and I can understand that emotion. We all want to be decent, human
beings, and not stick a shiv in the formerly bloated hillbilly heroin
junkie, but that sympathy is misplaced. He doesn't deserve an ounce of it
because he never had any for anyone else. If, oh, David Brooks, developed a
smack habit, I would hope he'd go into recovery and I wouldn't find much
humor in that human weakness. It's one thing to despise a man's politics,
another to despise his person. Which is why I was disappointed in Joe
Conason's harping on Ann Coulter's sex life. I don't like the woman's
politics, but it's a cheap shot to attack a single woman for doing what
you'd want her to do, have an active sex life.
But with the racist pig drug fiend Limbaugh, the rules are very different.
This is a man who specialized in kicking people when they were down. He
suggested Hillary Clinton was a murderer and Bill Clinton a rapist. And
unlike Coulter and the rest of the blonde bimbocracy, he's taken seriously
by people in power. People listen to Coulter in direct proportion to their
desire to see her naked. People believe the racist pig drug fiend Limbaugh
and his distortions of the truth.
I know some people are saying "but this takes the heat off the traitor
Rove". But it doesn't. Not at all. It eliminates one of his key defenders at
a critical time. The GOP is desperate to minimize the traitor Rove's
treason, even while loyal Republicans hop up and down about the betrayal.
The racist pig dope fiend Limbaugh is key to that defense. Remember how Dick
"Denial" Cheney ran to the racist pig dope fiend's show to get his war on?
Without him in the picture, they don't have access to that resource and it's
been mightly important to them over the years. No politician can get near
him and since he's ass deep in a drug investigation, even his daytime job is
in jeopardy. So he's been effectively silenced, not just among the general
public, which his idiotic McNabb comments did, but among his fans. They
think all dope users are evil. Now their hero is a big dope fiend.
Atrios is running the following racist pig dope fiend Liimbaugh quote:
So we're not going to get on--we don't fault these animals for a lack of
discipline, but we get on human beings who are fat for lack of discipline
and you know it and I know it. But here's the thing that struck me about
this. We have alcoholics and drug addicts in our society, don't we? And what
do we say about them? Well, they can't help it. Why, it's genetic. Why, they
have a disease. Why, put one thimbleful of scotch in front of them and they
We totally exempt them from any control over their lives, do we not? Some
athlete will spend two years snorting lines of coke. He can't help it.' You
know, it's--it's just--it's not--it's--it's genetic. These people--they're
predisposed to having this addictive syndrome. They--they can't help--yeah,
like that line of cocaine just happened to march into the hotel, go up to
the athlete's room and put itself right there in front of him on his
Yeah, like those hundreds of pills marched in that cigar box, Herr Goering.
It's funy how high on his horse he got about other people's drug use. So
what is his excuse for his pig-like lack of discipline? Why did he act like
an animal? Sucking down all that dope. Moth