Update 10/16/2009: Rick Sanchez and Huffington Post and probably a whole slew of those who slandered Rush will now be “apologizing” for not sourcing the nasty quotes. It’s okay to do it know, Limbaugh’s been dropped from the process, their mission was successful. Rick Sanchez, being a true liberal coward, had this to say on of all places Twitter:

i’ve know rush. in person,i like him. his rhetoric,however is inexcusably divisive. he’s right tho. we didn’t confirm quote. our bad.

Our bad? Doesn’t that make you just want to slap the guy? Oh, I’m sorry I screwed up your million dollar business deal, my bad. I’m sorry I helped perpetrate a lie against you that kept you from realizing one of your dreams, my bad.

Well, I think journalism is dead, liberals are cowards who aren’t as smart as they think they are, and Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton deserve all of the “karma” coming their way, my bad.

What’s the old saying, those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones? A maxim that Rev. Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson would do well to live by; Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton have sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell imploring him not to allow Rush Limbaugh to purchase the St. Louis Rams. In the letter, Sharpton asked for a meeting to explain the “myriad” of reasons why Limbaugh should not be allowed to own an NFL team.

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The fact that Rush Limbaugh is vying for an NFL team is enough to drive liberals crazy in itself. But to have the hateful, racist Rush Limbaugh as an owner sends them into complete and utter madness. Could it possibly be because he’s more successful and financially well off than most of the so called pundits combined? Or is it simply the fact that liberals will stop at nothing when it comes to partisan racial politics?

The Al Sharpton Rush Limbaugh NFL controversy is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Everyone from bloggers to actual certified journalists have attributed a racist quote to Rush Limbaugh without even knowing if he actually said it. Here’s the reported comment:

“Slavery built the South. I’m not saying we should bring it back; I’m just saying it had it’s merits. For one thing the streets were safer after dark.”

Here’s the rub though, Rush Limbaugh never said those words. Now I suppose it’s too much trouble for certain journalists, especially those on CNN (hello Rick Sanchez) MSNBC (David Shuster and Tamron Hall) or lefty bloggers with an agenda to actually source a quote before publishing that quote.

It’s true that some black NFL players have said that they won’t play for Limbaugh if he were to acquire the Rams, that’s too bad……for them. I would hate to know that I made a foolish business decision based solely on hearsay and misinformation.

On Rush’s radio program he even played a clip of a former player against the sale of the team to Limbaugh who said that he never listens to Rush but he knows what he says based on what he’s read about the show. Way to illustrate your own ignorance there pal.

We’ve come to expect the Jessie Jackson’s and the Al Sharpton’s of the world to take the stands that they take concerning race. It is after all how they’ve made themselves wealthy and famous all of these years. They have, for the most part, stepped up their rhetoric since the election of Barack Obama. Jackson and Sharpton are race baiters, always have been and they always will be; until the day they breathe their last.

The Al Sharpton Rush Limbaugh NFL controversy is not really even a controversy; which I suppose exemplifies the need for created controversies within the liberal world. As long as they can create perceived controversies and problems, they can effectively divide and conquer, that’s what people like Jackson and Sharpton are all about.





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