Limbaugh’s Thoughts on the latest Budget Agreement

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by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

Listening to Rush Limbaugh on Friday had me confused. He’s always been the voice of the right, giving voice to our thoughts. But it appears since this past presidential election, at least to me, that he is putting the voice of Trump and his supporters ahead of what we knew he has always been – a no-nonsense, small government, frugal conservative.

He has always been the man we could count on to hold everyone accountable for their actions and votes, if they happened to veer away from espoused conservative principles.

Yet Rush doesn’t appear to me to ever be critical of the President, even as Trump signs onto a massive spending increase or offers up amnesty to millions.

I discuss all of this rather uncomfortable topic. And believe me – I hate doing it.

3 comments on “Limbaugh’s Thoughts on the latest Budget Agreement

  1. Pingback: Limbaugh’s Thoughts on the latest Budget Agreement – USSA News | The Tea Party's Front Page

  2. I agree, Brent. I’ve listened to Rush almost daily since 1999. I don’t know what’s driving it, but he lost his way with Trump – even back in the primaries. He tried to cover it with “but Hillary”, but there is something else there. It may be as simple as personal friendship and loyalty, but he hasn’t been the rush I know and love since Trump.

    • Thanks Mike. I thought I couldn’t be the only one who saw the transformation. I was beginning to think it was just me.

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