Rush Limbaugh’s Most Memorable Speech

Who are you, really? Some people know. Others have no idea. Rush Limbaugh defined the conservatism that created the nation so many years ago. It’s really not that tough. Conservatives have been accused of being simple. What’s wrong with simple? Isn’t life complicated enough? It’s not surprising that liberals are throwing a party over his death. Rush himself would have laughed it off.

Limbaugh is usually taken out of context

Liberals hate the truth so they’ll spin what Rush says however they can to make him look less than wonderful. When people listen to him speak, sometimes without knowing who is speaking, people agree with him.

It’s not uncommon people are shocked to find he didn’t say what he’s accused of saying. The questions then start up, “Why is this being done?”

Leftists don’t want you to listen to Limbaugh

The words are powerful and understandable. They’re too powerful for those who want control of a population. In that context, it makes sense another power would want him silenced or discredited.

Limbaugh’s hero Ronald Reagan said it best himself. We may be the last best hope for freedom for the human race. How many other nations or countries allow you to say what you want without being jailed, killed or your family, home or livelihood threatened? The cancel culture that recently started up is part of not being allowed to speak your mind.

Limbaugh made a lot of sense

If you were willing to listen to him.

“When we look out over the United States of America, when we are anywhere, when we see a group of people, such as this or anywhere, we see Americans. We see human beings. We don’t see groups. We don’t see victims. We don’t see people we want to exploit. What we see, what we see is potential. …

We want every American to be the best he or she chooses to be. …

We don’t want to tell anybody how to live. …

We’re all different. There are no two things or people in this world who are created in a way that they end up with equal outcomes. That’s up to them. They are created equal, given the chance. “

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