The Era of Reagan Is Not Over; Conservativism Ain’t Dead!

If you missed the Rush Limbaugh Show Tuesday, January 15, 2008, or if you were dozing or distracted, you need to read this transcript!

Rush was armed by an interview with Newt Gingrich and triggered by a call from a Moron. The resulting rant was one of the best ever, if not the absolute best. Here is a small sample to whet your appetite for wisdom.

You know, all this sounds like Third Way kind of talk, the triangulation of the Clinton years in the nineties. But I don’t know what the McCain era would be, and I don’t know what the Huckabee coalition is. They don’t have a coalition. They’re out trying to get votes of independents and Democrats. They’re pandering to moderates and independents. Folks, I just want you to think about this: What happens if either of these two guys happen to win, attracting the votes of independents, moderates, the Jell-Os, and Democrats? Does that not equal the demise of the Republican Party?

Now click the link above and start reading, then copy this post and insert it into an email for the broadest possible distribution.

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The Era of Reagan Is Not Over; Conservativism Ain’t Dead!

If you missed the Rush Limbaugh Show Tuesday, January 15, 2008, or if you were dozing or distracted, you need to read this transcript!

Rush was armed by an interview with Newt Gingrich and triggered by a call from a Moron. The resulting rant was one of the best ever, if not the absolute best. Here is a small sample to whet your appetite for wisdom.

You know, all this sounds like Third Way kind of talk, the triangulation of the Clinton years in the nineties. But I don’t know what the McCain era would be, and I don’t know what the Huckabee coalition is. They don’t have a coalition. They’re out trying to get votes of independents and Democrats. They’re pandering to moderates and independents. Folks, I just want you to think about this: What happens if either of these two guys happen to win, attracting the votes of independents, moderates, the Jell-Os, and Democrats? Does that not equal the demise of the Republican Party?

Now click the link above and start reading, then copy this post and insert it into an email for the broadest possible distribution.

The Era of Reagan Is Not Over; Conservativism Ain’t Dead!

If you missed the Rush Limbaugh Show Tuesday, January 15, 2008, or if you were dozing or distracted, you need to read this transcript!

Rush was armed by an interview with Newt Gingrich and triggered by a call from a Moron. The resulting rant was one of the best ever, if not the absolute best. Here is a small sample to whet your appetite for wisdom.

You know, all this sounds like Third Way kind of talk, the triangulation of the Clinton years in the nineties. But I don’t know what the McCain era would be, and I don’t know what the Huckabee coalition is. They don’t have a coalition. They’re out trying to get votes of independents and Democrats. They’re pandering to moderates and independents. Folks, I just want you to think about this: What happens if either of these two guys happen to win, attracting the votes of independents, moderates, the Jell-Os, and Democrats? Does that not equal the demise of the Republican Party?

Now click the link above and start reading, then copy this post and insert it into an email for the broadest possible distribution.