Time and time your totally uninformed opinion about the entities mentioned above proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that you NEVER listened to Limbaugh, visited Townhall,
Sorry Yukon Jack, but I have mentioned it before. I used to listen to Rush Limbaugh (I havenít listened to him in a while), I regularly cruise the right wing websites such as worldnetdaily or Townhall. Not because I agree with them or I think they talk sense, but just to see what the other side is saying. If you donít want to believe me, that is your problem, not mine.
Anyway, I found something very interesting about Townhall and other far right publications. When Somalia hostage crises was going on, the far right publications were full of condemnation of Obama, how Obama was being a wimp, being wish washy etc. Comparisons were made to Carter during Iran hostage crises. Every day there used to be at least 2 or 3 articles in Townhall discussing the crises and condemning Obama roundly for the way he was handling the crises.
When the crises was over and it turned out that Obama handled it perfectly, in a text book fashion, right wing blogs all of a sudden went silent. Not a pip out of them. Townhall mentioned the news in passing, that was it. Not a single columnist wrote an article on it. Some of them tried to credit the Navy and trash Obama, but they themselves must have realized how lame that sounded. It didnít last long; the far right publications all of a sudden went silent on the subject.
A week before that, Ann Coulter, Newt Gingrich were shouting at the top of their voice, 24/7, what a terrible president Obama is, how badly he is handling the crises. Again, Newt developed laryngitis after the crises was over.
There is the golden rule, ďif you cannot say something good about somebody, just donít say anything.Ē The far right follows a slightly modified rule, ďif you cannot say anything bad about Obama, just donít say anything.Ē