Rush Limbaugh is ticked.
Among other things, Limbaugh ranted on Thursday’s syndicated radio show that he’s fed-up with being called a “fringe kook.”
He vented that he and his fellow conservatives aren’t the radicals in
but rather that the label is better suited to Democrats.
“We’re not the fringe kooks,” he said. “They are.”
"We are traditionalists. We're constitutionalists. We believe in the founding. We are centrists. We are not fringe kooks in any way, shape, manner, or form -- and the center of American politics is not pro-amnesty. The center of American politics does not believe that man is responsible, that
Americais responsible for global warming and we all need tax increases to pay the price for our "excessive lifestyle," which has not contributed to global warming.
That's not the center of American politics. The American people are not running around demanding tax increases. That is not the American center. Ted Cruz is not a fringe kook. Mike Lee is not a fringe kook. The fringe kooks are on the left. The fringe kooks are these people that showed up yesterday in
Bostonto heckle Obama. Do you know who those people were? Do you pay any attention to this?
The people protesting Obama yesterday were the people that do not want him to okay the Keystone pipeline. Let me ask you a question: When has Obama ever said he wants to? So why in the world are a bunch of people showing up protesting the Keystone pipeline? He's nowhere near authorizing or okaying the Keystone pipeline. So why are they up there doing this? Is gay marriage the center of American politics? I don't think it is.
Gay marriage is not the center of American politics. Not yet. It may end up being someday, but it isn't yet."