Newt Gingrich thinks Rush Limbaugh is “irrational”

Posted: March 8, 2009 in axis of incompetence, conservatism, lies, Limbaugh, republicans, rush limbaugh, stupid
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…and coming from Newt, that’s saying something.

Seriously, on a recent appearance on “Meet the Press”, Newt Gingrich had this to say about the Fat Bastard and his take on the President:

“You’ve got to want the president to succeed,” said the former House Speaker. “You’re irrational if you don’t want the president to succeed. Because if he doesn’t succeed the country doesn’t succeed… I don’t think anyone should want the president of the United States to fail. I want some of his policies to be stopped. But I don’t want the president of the United States to fail. I want him to learn new policies.”

While he didn’t specifically name Limbaugh, it’s clear who Gingrich is actually talking about.  There’s only one conservative neocon jackass out there who’s been screaming about wanting the President to “fail”, and that’s Limbaugh.

Talking about wanting the President to fail isn’t just irrational, it’s anti-American.  We should all, whether we agree with his policies or not, whether we voted for him or not, want his to be a successful presidency.  The best way to define it is if he leaves the country in better shape than it was when he took over.

Unlike what Bush, Cheney & the rest of the Axis of Incompetence and Corruption did to us.

And it’s refreshing to see there are at least a few Republicans out there who haven’t been “bending over and taking it” from the Fat Bastard.  Way to go, Newt.  Hold on to those balls while Limbaugh still lets you have them.

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