Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Rush Limbaugh: Media ‘Groupies’ Fawning Over Obama: ‘Happiest They Have Been In Recorded History’

America's most listened to Radio Personality, Rush Limbaugh was all over the pro-Obama media "reporting" of the inauguration.  He makes a strong case that there is no pretense of actual reporting or objectivity here.  Via Mediaite:
But he digressed, moving on to the media’s “fawning over Obama” during the inauguration, which, Limbaugh asserted, demonstrated that there’s “no pretense that these people are journalists anymore.” CNN, he cited specifically, taking a jab at, among others, Al Roker, who “practically messed in his pants again.”
“It is unlike anything I have ever seen,” Limbaugh said. One step farther is CBS political director/Slate correspondent John Dickerson, who recently penned a Slate piece arguing Obama should “declare war” on the GOP. I warned you, Limbaugh said, that the top priority on the agenda would be destroying the Republican Party.
Running through some clips, he was taken aback by how excited media “groupies” were to be in the president’s presence. “I think this is the happiest they have been in recorded history,” he asserted. “Certainly in the modern era. Certainly they are happier than the first time around in 2008.”
“I don’t feel that way about anybody,” he added. “There’s not a human being I could get close to that I would go ga-ga for. Other than me.”
About Obama, Limbaugh concluded, “We are dealing here with a cult figure.”

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