Rush Limbaugh Agrees: ‘I May be De Facto’ Republican Leader
June 30, 2010
(ChattahBox)—-One of the most entertaining political sideshows in recent months, is counting down the days (hours) until a Republican lawmaker falls to his or her knees to beg forgiveness from hate talker Rush Limbaugh, for criticizing his many offensive and race-baiting comments. The phenomenon has led political observers and Democrats to acknowledge the obvious: Limbaugh, a right-wing talk radio host whom spews out a daily menu of odious rhetoric, is the real leader of the Republican Party. And during today’s hate fest, consisting of Marxist-Obama conspiracy theories, Limbaugh admitted that he is the “de facto” leader of Republicans.
During Wednesday’s talk radio program, Limbaugh took pains to deny claims that he was an official political operative for Republicans.
“I don’t have a base. And I am not working with the Republican Party. Try as you might to make me out to be the leader of the Republican Party I am not. I may be de facto, said Limbaugh.”
Indeed he is the de facto leader of the GOP.
Limbaugh, who also today, railed against letting “a bunch of theoretician Marxists…destroy…what we’ve built,” also said he was “too honest” to be a political consultant.
“A political consultant–I couldn’t do it–I’m too honest,” said Limbaugh.