Sunday, March 06, 2011

Rush Limbaugh's Thoughts On Wisconsin in a Nutshell

During one of his EIB Network episodes last week, Rush Limbaugh let it rip on what's happening in Wisconsin, and he hit the nail on the head:

"Now, look, folks, at the end of the day we have the most important characteristic on our side, and that's reality. Reality and truth," Limbaugh said. "For instance, the case of Wisconsin. No matter what the Democrats say, no matter what the fraudulent polling data says, no matter how the media spins it, no matter how many fake polls they publish, Wisconsin is still in debt to the tune of $3.6 billion. Wisconsin still cannot afford to pay public sector union people twice what the taxpayers of the state are earning. The taxpayers of that state simply cannot afford to pay public sector unions what they are paying. It cannot sustain itself. That's the reality. Now, they can spin it, they can spin it all they want, but eventually reality is going to catch up with them."

The liberal left, however, does not live in the world of reality, and as their house crumbles around them, will convince themselves that it is still standing - even after it starts raining, and they are standing on a naked foundation.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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