GOP hypocrisy

"It's amazing.  All these years the Republican establishment has been demanding, 'Drop the social issues! They're gonna kill us! Drop 'em; get rid of 'em. We don't want to hear about 'em,' blah, blah, blah. And now the social issues are all that matter."  -Rush

Religion of peace?

"All of a sudden, the left seems to be in support of the proliferation of nuclear weapons to a terrorist nation with oil that executes gays and punishes women for daring to speak up." -Rush

The left hates Christianity

"The people protesting the Indiana law have given away their game. They oppose the Indiana law because private citizens can use it to defend themselves from harassment and intimidation by homosexual activists and their catchfarts. It upsets their agenda of suing Christians and Christian organizations into submission and reveals their claim to want "equality" to be the lie we've always known it is."


"The State Department said it's gonna take several months, and the investigators say that it will cost more than millions of dollars, to go through Hillary's 33,000 e-mails. Yet we are supposed to believe that Hillary's tiny personal staff went through twice as many e-mails in little more than a month." -Rush

What it takes

“The President has acted unconstitutionally, and it is the President — not Congress — who must back down.” — Sen. Jeff Sessions (R, AL), on Obama’s executive amnesty, quoted in Slate, 2/18/15

This, ladies and gentleman, is how it’s done. Truth, law, justice, and a political call to arms, in 16 words.

Sadly, Sen. Sessions’ moral clarity and vigor are rarities in Washington, even among Republicans. Not for the first time, Sessions is one of only a handful of Senators standing athwart history, yelling “Stop!” In the wake of the federal judge’s ruling that shocked the Regime by halting Barack Obama’s executive amnesty in its tracks — albeit temporarily — the cave-now-gop chorus is as loud as ever.

From The Limbaugh Letter March 2015

The Line Between Islamic Extremists and Gay Rights Extremists

We have another life targeted for destruction by the gay rights community. Barronelle Stutzman, an evangelical Christian, declined to provide flowers for the homosexual wedding of a long time customer of hers. The customer was gay and, again, a long time customer. Barronelle Stutzman is now going to lose her business, her life savings, and possibly her own home for putting her faith into practice. Both her customer and the State of Oregon are taking everything she has for not bowing at the altar of sexual sin.

If it ain't broke...

"Obama explained to GloZell Green that we have to change our Cuban policy because after 50 years it hasn't been working -- much like the War on Poverty hasn't been working and the Great Society hasn't been working and much like socialism doesn't work, although we're not changing any of that." -Rush

No Double Standard...

The amazing thing about the American left is the way that any action by itself or its pet groups is the action of deranged individuals and any action by someone vaguely connected with conservatism is an indictment of everyone who holds a political ideology. Nowhere is this more true than when it comes to the actions of muslim extremists.


Open Internet?

Tangled Web: While in China, where free speech is suppressed, the president again pitched net neutrality, in which a "free and open Internet" is regulated by a government that would be both gatekeeper and traffic cop.

Under net neutrality, a concept pushed by President Obama and his Federal Communications Commission, the regulators propose taking for themselves the power to control how Internet providers manage their networks and how they serve their customers. It would be up to the FCC to decide how and what information could flow through the Internet, all in the name of providing access to the alleged victims of corporate greed.