Hate him or love him.isn't Rush always right on target with his predicitions and what is going on?
Topic: Hate him or love him.isn't Rush always right on target with his predicitions and what is going on?
June 27, 2019 / By Allison Question:
You may not agree with the man, but he tells it like it is...no matter if he's talking about the liberals, conservatives, independents, the war, the economy, big oil, welfare, drive-by media.....
Obviously many of you don't listen or go research what he says. Fact #1.....Operation Chaos was a factor in keeping Hillary going. Fact #2...way back in Feb, Rush stated that if Hillary loses the nomination, she would go for the veep. And what happened right after Osama clinched it...Hillary said she would run with Osama as the VP.
I suppose those of you who downgrade the man also believe in global warming (do your homework...the earth hasn't warmed in over 10 years), think big oil is the real reason for high gas prices (check the value of the dollar...if the liberals would quit cutting the interest rate, our greenbacks might be worth something).
Best Answers: Hate him or love him.isn't Rush always right on target with his predicitions and what is going on?
Uzia | 1 day ago
No, he's not always right. He's only been proven to be right 98.8% of the time. That's an independently documented fact which his detractors always refuse to admit, thereby thinking that they can change what he is simply by calling him a drug addict. His listeners are among the most well informed and intelligent members of the radio audience. It logically follows that those who hate him simply do not want the truth to be known. Ignorance can only prevail when honesty can be silenced. No one has been able to refute what he says in open debate with him or discussion with anyone who knows the facts, and that is why the liberals despise him so. And they know it.
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Originally Answered: Is Romeo and Juliet a play about love or hate?
point 1: the opening scenes show Romeo as a young man seeking out his one true love.
Point 2: each family is doing what they think best for their children based on love
point 3: star crossed lovers deaths show their familes what it truely means to love.
It could also be about hate:
1.) the two families were feuding
2.) Juliet's cousin hated romeo because of their shared love for juliet and so he altered the plans
3.)as a result of the hate tragedy occurred
Bushbots love rightwing lies and Rush feeds them. For they loved the lie and hated the truth, so like moths to a fire they flock to hate radio.
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What does "drive by media" mean?
Didn't he say Iraq had WMD and had substantial ties to Al-Queada?
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No. Are you serious??? I almost spilled my drink from laughing so hard at this. As Karl Rove would say, You must be either high or from W. Virginia.
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havent listened to Rush in a couple years. Reception here sucks and I refuse to pay for any site.
When I did listen to him I spent most of my time trying to find wrong statements, not much luck
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Originally Answered: Should I teach? I love kids but hate politics?
It sounds to me like you are thinking that in order to teach you have to teach in a school. Consider teaching in an environment that does not require you to submit to the evil, bizarre, and ridiculous stuff that you experienced in that school.
Consider teaching through other kinds of programs. There is a non-profit teen cafe in my town that hosts writing groups. Maybe you could find a similar kind of organization that would allow you to offer classes or facilitate writing groups. Consider tutoring. Consider working with alternative schools, private schools, home schoolers, and/or youth oriented service organizations.
If you have the passion to teach you should teach, but don't sacrifice your sanity in the process. Do not settle for a crazy making organization, it's not worth it. You might have to be creative and innovative to make it work, but what better use can you make of your life than expressing your talents in service of educating youth?