LEFTIST STUFF … PLUS RUSH AND THE HUTCH
Posted by Andrew Roman on October 16, 2009
As a public service to faithful readers of this blog, I am going to cautiously lead some of you to a place that is all at once frightening, disorienting and embarrassing. It is a place that many of you have heard about in one context or another, but one that can make even the most iron-constitutioned conservative shudder.
It isn’t pretty.
I take you deep within the chattering ranks of a leftist blog.
(Now would be the time to remove any children or frail seniors from the room).
At Think Progress, back before it was announced that Rush Limbaugh would be dropped from the group looking to purchase the St. Louis Rams football team, many of leftism’s deepest and most articulate thinkers weighed in on Limbaugh potentially becoming a part-owner in the NFL.
The best and brightest of post-racial America voiced their concerns and shared their intuitive analyses.
Not a single word has been altered, and not a single one of the screen-names has been changed to protect the pathetic.
If Rush is approved , he could change the name from Rams to the Nazis or KKK, have his own Brown Shirt Army and at half time have them drill march with swastika flags and have a KKK celebration with a burning cross at midfield. -Nellieh
When I heard that Boss Limbaugh expressed interest of buying the Rams, I had to wonder what bad pain killer did he take. Having Limbaugh buy any football team which have predominently African-American players is like having the KKK buy a football team. This would put a black eye on the NFL franchise if EL Rushbo brought the Rams. -SP Biloxi
After all, when Limbaugh told an African-American caller to “take the bone out of his nose”, he was just “commenting on race.” -Ralph the Wonder Llama
I’m sure plenty of owners have racist tendencies. The only difference is that Rush’s feelings are on the record. -Badmoodman
It would be a real hoot if after tub-o-lard shelled out all that dough and bought the team, the entire team walked out on his fat ass. -Bozo the Neo Clown
Rush couldn’t even pass the NFL’s drug abuse policy. -Kid Charlemagne
Rush just wants a bevy of team doctors to shop from. -Xisithrus
Limpballs has so thoroughly immersed himself in white-wing racism that it will be a monumental task for any team he would own to keep non-white players. Limpballs has catered to the stereotypical dumb white bozo who hates anyone non-white. -Evangenital
This is great news… After Limberger’s ego gets back into shape after finding out he can’t change the symbol on the St. Louis Cards helmets to a burning cross, and that they refused to wear white hoods under their helmets, he’ll go on a two-week rant about his being singled out for discrimination. What joke this lump is. -Winski
You folks are thinking the wrong way about Rush. He thought that, by buying the team, he was actually buying the players. He figured that this would be an end run around the 13th Amendment and that he could treat his black players like the slaves he wishes he could own. -fergus
He also fantasizes about hanging around the locker room ogling his big, strapping athletes and ordering them to do nasty things to him. -fergus
I’m not sure any additional commentary is needed here. It speaks for itself.
And keep in mind, this was but a sampling.
These are the same cerebral heaviweights who profess that if you are in favor in same-sex marriage, you must hate homosexuals. These are the same intellectual powerhouses who say that if you are opposed to affirmative action, you must hate minorities. Therefore, what other reason could there possibly be for Rush Limbaugh to want to be part-owner of a professional football team other than his desire to be able to say he effectively “owns” black men?
Meanwhile, on his radio program yesterday – just one day after being booted from the potential buyers group – Limbaugh took a few moments to speak with Ken Hutcherson, a former NFL linebacker who is now best known as the pastor of the Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland, Washington.
Incidentally, “The Hutch,” as Rush calls him, is black.
(It shouldn’t matter, but to the American leftocracy, nothing matters more).
Here was the exchange between Hutcherson and Limbaugh. (That’s Uncle Tom and Adolf Hitler to you lefty bloggers):
Limbaugh: Hutch, Welcome to the program.
Hutcherson: Hey, my man. I am so mad. I am doing backflips up here in Seattle. What in the world is going on in the United States? I mean, the whole issue, Rush, whether you like it or not, is they have done you wrong. And this is intolerance. It’s prejudice. And if America don’t wake up, it’s going to happen to them. I am so mad, man, I can’t even – and I’m a man of the cloth, Rush. I’m not supposed to get this upset.
Why don’t they talk to some African-Americans who know you?
Limbaugh: Oh, that would destroy the narrative. That would destroy the template.
Hutcherson: Oh, forget that. You know, and talk to some African-Americans who know the poverty pimps, Sharpton and Jackson. They’re nothing but slave sliders and pushers to get their way. And they’re going to let them have a voice on all the stuff that they’ve done? Jesse Jackson was telling Bush to, “Stay out of the bushes.” He was the one in the bushes having illegitimate kids. How in the world can the NFL – and I’m going to tell you something else, brother, straight from me, who played football – those African-American brothers who talk about they wouldn’t play? That is the biggest lie on this side of the universe. Not only would their wives get on them and make them go – and their girlfriends, and their moms – they would beat them all the way to the 50 yard line and tell them, “You better get out there and get that game check.” And why don’t they talk to the hundreds of African-American players that would be excited about you owning a team?
Limbaugh: Well, they want to present the idea that there are none, and that’s what they’ve done.