Posts Tagged ‘Rush Limbaugh’

And So It Begins In Earnest

June 25, 2015

With incredible swiftness (and much help from the media), eradication of the Confederate flag has become the most urgent issue facing the nation, pushing the Charleston shootings from the headlines. The shootings, of course, are being used to bolster the meme of a totally racist America, but the erasing of the Confederate flag that is being advanced, and largely accepted, as some sort of solution to racism is just the first step in America-bashing leftists’ campaign to re-write history.

Much scorn from the left is being heaped upon Rush Limbaugh for his prediction that the next flag to come under attack will be the American flag, but the flag burnings we see at every protest and riot indicate it is already occurring. In response to the current Confederate flag attack, Louis Farrakhan said “I don’t know what the hell the fight is about over the Confederate flag. We need to put the American flag down”. He has been on this bandwagon for quite some time.

It is not just the Confederate flag. The Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC and many statues of Confederate soldiers are being demanded to be removed. The attempt seems to be the removal of the history of slavery in order to remove racism but it is much more sinister than that. It is changing history to make a repressive agenda seem legitimate. The old Soviet Union perfected it and North Korea is still doing it.

It is also the epitome of political correctness, pretending something is real and browbeating others into accepting the pretense. Obama has been doing that successfully since taking office, so re-writing history and accepting this attack on the Confederate flag as a righteous and necessary move is easy for many. Conditioning has been accomplished, the farce has been put in place, and the transformation is under way in earnest. God help us all.

David J. Hentosh

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Jane Fonda: Radio Expert

March 11, 2012

Jane Fonda joined with Robin Morgan and Gloria Steinem in calling for Rush Limbaugh to be pulled off the air for his remarks about a Georgetown law student. Jane has a lot of experience with offensive remarks over the radio, so perhaps her credentials should be remembered as she speaks out about Rush.

During the Vietnam War in 1970, Jane Fonda visited Hanoi, comforting our enemy and protesting US actions in Vietnam. While being treated as a hero by the North Vietnamese, she made approximately ten radio broadcasts denouncing American military and political leaders as war criminals. She also called for our soldiers in Vietnam to lay down their weapons and refuse military orders.

Jane followed her treasonous radio broadcasts with denials of torture being carried out on our prisoners of war held in North Vietnam. She naively accepted the propaganda fed to her by the North Vietnamese and called returning POWs testifying about torture “hypocrites and liars”. Her behavior went far beyond mere protesting and a very credible case  has been made for her to be brought up on charges of treason.

Unfortunately, treason charges were never brought against Jane for fear of causing more upheaval in the country during those turbulent times. Jane escaped prosecution and, instead, the country that she found so wrong rewarded her with millions of dollars from sales of exercise tapes. The infamous photos of Jane smiling and sitting on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun (used to shoot down US planes) remain as a testament to her actions.

Those photos should resurface again as a reminder of Jane Fonda’s political acumen. Perhaps one of her radio broadcasts should be played alongside Rush’s to see which one is more offensive. Jane’s excuses and lame attempt at an apology fell very short of being anything more than an attempt to put her traitorous actions behind her. If she wants to now speak out against Rush’s radio show, she should be held accountable for her own radio show broadcasts from North Vietnam in 1970.

Beware Jane; there is no statute of limitations for the charge of treason.

David J. Hentosh

Rushing After Rush

March 6, 2012

It just doesn’t get lamer than this. The liberal media is obsessed with, and offended by, a few stupid comments from Rush Limbaugh and is adamantly forcing them to be a national crisis. Pathetically, even President Obama has joined this idiot circus by contacting the woman who Rush offended and offering condolences, apologies, and maybe an ambassadorship for all we know.

It is pure political theater with the president of the US joining the idiot cast as a court jester. Bill Maher, Ed Shultz, Keith Olbermann, Michael Moore, Joy Behar, and a host of others have ignorantly uttered slurs equal to, or much worse, than the one from Rush. Yet, president Obama never even gave a thought to offering sympathy or an apology to Sarah Palin, Michele Bachman, Michelle Malkin, or so many others who have been targets of their leftist hate. The media, too, remained silent.

This blatant display of partisanship, particularly from the White House, is a disgrace. It is also another instance of the political pettiness surrounding Obama. Limbaugh is a private citizen, not a political figure or party spokesman, and yet Obama joins the rush to censor him and, hopefully, smear the GOP candidates in the process.

Perhaps if the liberal media treated Obama’s insults to our allies as seriously as those from Rush this wouldn’t be so offensive. Perhaps if the liberal media also took to task those of their ilk who regularly cross the line of decency this indictment of Rush would make more sense. Perhaps if the media, along with President Obama, apologized to the American People for being so hypocritical and blatantly partisan there would be a chance for them to regain some credibility. It is not to be.

It seems that the President of the US and the liberal media no longer wish to continue even the pretense of objectivity or bipartisanship. How, then, can anyone hold even the pretense of respect for them?

David J. Hentosh