You read that right, conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh, like other conservative radio personality Mark Levin, has turned on his buddy, conservative radio personality Glenn Beck. Apparently Limbaugh didn’t entirely agree with Beck’s CPAC keynote speech and had this to say:

LIMBAUGH: I would not have said that the only people who can stop Obama should be excoriated for being just as bad…It would never occur to me to say that. I don’t know what the objective would be.

People are getting tired of Beck dividing, intentional or not, the Republican party.

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2 Responses to “Rush Limbaugh Questions Glenn Beck’s ‘Objective’ in Keynote Speech”

  1. sidewinded says:

    Apparently you still don’t listen.

    Beck wants the progressive republicans out…. he’s said it over and over again.

    Dividing the party? Yes, getting rid of the rats will be dividing the party.

  2. it truly amazes me, how similar both sides rant at each other. Liberals “feel” that Conservatives are the ones who try to ram thier moral, “holier than thou” beliefs on the rest of us. I find the comment almost satirical, though I realize it was meant to be serious.

    I seldom meet a Liberal or Progressive who is sure of anything, that is … See Morethe problem, there is no “one” way, opinion or any kind of “group think”, unlike the litmus test being touted by Conservatives.

    It is the Democrats who insist on preserving our personal liberties and rights. Republicans preserve the liberty and rights of those they agree with or want to change.

    To clarify, I was not confused by what Limbaugh was saying, but HOW he said, the sentence lacked substance, was confusing and seeemed to use circular syntax.

    To feel “hatred” for a political party seems to me a very sad thing. I may disagree with conservative politics, and I certainly dislike bush, cheney and the rest, and feel they were disrespectful of the American people and our Constitution, but I blame each of them for their personal actions not the “party”.

    There is no room for conversation across a chasm, and beck, limbaugh, rove and the rest have no interest in building a bridge, it is their way, or no way. That is why they spend all their time spreading falsehoods and attempting to discredit the logical and diplomatic efforts of our President.

    President Obama is the repudiation of 8 years of conservative politics. The economic collapse is the culmination of “small government, less taxes”. I hope that enough Liberals will stop sipping their chardonny and remember that and get out and vote. Unfortunately, history tells us that the mid-term election after a Presidential election almost always goes to the opposition.

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