S?bado, 03 de abril de 2010

Limbaugh responds to Obama: 'Never in my life have I seen a regime like this'

By: Byron York

Chief Political Correspondent04/02/10 9:40 AMEDT

In his new interview with CBS, President Obamarefers to the "troublesome" talk and "vitriol" of Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck.
"Keep in mind thatthere have been periods in American history
 where this kind of vitriolcomes out,"
 Obama says.  "It happens often when you've got an economythat is making people more anxious, and people are feeling like there is a lotof change that needs to take place. But that's not the vast majority ofAmericans. I think the vast majority of Americans know that we're trying hard, that Iwant what's best for the country."

Iasked Limbaugh what he thought about the president's comments.
His program's popularity is undeniably soaring now, but has it risenand
fallen with economic anxiety -- that is, was he less popular duringtimes
of economic security and more popular in times of economic worries?Since
Limbaugh has been broadcasting nationally for more than 20 years, there
ought to be some sort of pattern, if what Obama says is accurate.

"Ihave yet to have a down year at the EIB Network," Limbaugh responds.
"I and most Americans do not believe President Obama is trying to dowhat's
 best for the country. Never in my life have I seen a regime likethis, governing against the will of the people, purposely. I have never seen the mediaso supportive of a regime amassing so much power. And I have never known as many people who literally fear for the future of the country."

The point, Limbaugh says, is not that listeners arefeeling anxiety about the
 economy, although many undoubtedly are.  It's that they arefeeling anxiety
 about the Obama agenda. 

Tags: obama Limbaugh

Publicado por Corazon7 @ 14:27
Comentarios (0)  | Enviar