Let's not also forget Jindal ~ *Republicans should stop bieng the Stupid Party*
Radio host, and alleged defacto leader of the Republican Party, Rush Limbaugh was in rare candid form during the Monday Nov. 12 broadcast of his radio program The Rush Limbaugh Show where he reveled in his prediction of being blamed for the embarrassing GOP loss on election night.
Limbaugh began his segment stating the following:
*Just as I predicted, ladies and gentlemen -- wait 'til you hear the sound bites -- this election was lost because of your host, Rush Limbaugh.
I am the primary reason.
There are others, but I'm the primary reason the Republican Party lost.
And I am, by the way, the primary reason the Republican Party will keep losing, until I am denounced by the Republican Party*
Rush was responding to criticism in a Politico.com article which resurrected a months old quote by Limbaugh that said the following:
*If Obama wins, the Republican Party is going to try to maneuver so Conservatives get blamed*
And as it happens Limbaugh was partly correct, but his was hardly a premonition.
It's like he threw gasoline on a building and then said, "I'll be blamed for burning this down."
Talking heads like moderate conservative Joe Scarborough have come forward to blame conservative media, with Limbaugh being at the top of the list.
That is not all, however. Louisiana Governor and GOP favorite, Bobby Jindal, also came out assaulting the GOP's philosophies stating that Republicans should stop being "the stupid party."
Although, what could Rush Limbaugh and company have expected ?
They sold their toxic views for years to listeners, promising President Obama would destroy the American economy simply because he hates America and would attempt at every opportunity to convert the entire population to worship Islam.
What did they think would happen when those allegations were proven false, and the bill came due from their now-duped angry supporters ?
It is entirely reasonable to allocate blame to conservative media for the embarrassing election trouncing the GOP was administered.
Most of them did not see it coming, and that was because they were misinformed by Limbaugh and company.
Of course, this matters not to Rush Limbaugh who is estimated to be worth nearly a billion dollars and who will continue to laugh all the way to the bank.