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Friday, March 06, 2009

Rush Limbaugh Admitted He Was Wrong, I Was Right

"Did you not talk about this a long time ago? Like Years?"

Hey folks,

Happy Friday to you. Since it's Friday, it's time to go to the Emails. Now this article was pointed out to me a few days ago. Now I have even seen some "Drive Bys" commenting a little here and there about this. SG pointed this out to me and said this.

"Did you not talk about this a long time ago? Like Years?"

Yup. I did. As a matter of fact it was October 20, 2006. That was also the time that Rush said he was wrong , and I was right. {Smile} October 20, 2006, I posted this. Getting Closer To Unmasking The Mass Media Guru.

"As I’ve said before, I’m sure that there is a mass media drones guru behind the curtain, giving out the word or phrase of the day. Actually, I like that, mass media drones {MMDs} Today the magic word is multiple 500 pound bombs. The guru wants them to use this as much as possible to put the image of a massive, over needed, use of force against a house. Then he wants them to conjure up the imagine that there is some kind of cover up. Then on top of that, make sure that you throw in there, innocent people dying."

I have given many examples. Like their use of "Towel snapping", "Collective Punishment." "Katrina", and my all time favorite, if there was any doubt, it was done away with "Political Jujitsu." September 8,

"Oh and the Guru word of the day seems to be "jujitsu", for those that might have missed that. Over and over again, in various outlets, "jujitsu" seems to be the definition of the President’s announcement. But no, they do not work together."

Now Rush Limbaugh has never believed this. He has always said,


"Now, I have said in the past, long ago, in discussing media bias, that I don't think that the old media and the drive-bys got together and had their conference calls in the morning to decide what news was going to be and how it was going to be reported, what wasn't going to be news and all that, I said because they don't have to. They basically think the same, they see things the same, and I think if they do get together it's in the bar after work over adult beverages where such unified phrases as gravitas and other things happen to spread throughout the Drive-By Media."

But I have been right this whole time. Rush pointed out to me, and everyone else in his listening audience yesterday, ABC’s "The Note." Guess what it says?

"The Old Media -- giddy with excitement over the prospect of the Bush-Cheney-Rove-Mehlman machine losing, filled with guilt over complicity in an Iraq war it wants ended, flush with anticipation over two years of anti-Bush leaks from a gavel-wielding Henry Waxman, and substantially more interested in revelations about congressional pages than in trying to tell voters the truth about whether or not the economy is strong and getting stronger -- can barely contain itself on its secret morning conference calls with Howard Dean and George Soros, during which it was agreed just this morning that, yes, we can keep the meta-narrative ('The Democrats are going to beat Bush and run Congress!!') going for another 19 days, without interruption."

WAIT A SECOND!!! "secret morning conference calls with Howard Dean and George Soros" The media is having morning conference calls with Howard Dean and George Soros? Then it says, "during which it was agreed just this morning that, yes, we can keep the meta-narrative ('The Democrats are going to beat Bush and run Congress!!') going for another 19 days, without interruption." The media ADMITS that they get their walking orders from Howard Dean, and or George Soros? They ADMIT that they have an agenda to get the LWL in power?

If I had to bet, at least between these two, I would bet that, the little man behind the big black and white curtain is none other than George Soros. Could HE really be the MMD Guru? It makes sense.

Then on February 1 2009, I posted THIS. Mainstream Media Owned and Controlled By Obama Administration

Carville calls White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel.

Emanuel calls ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent George Stephanopoulos.

A bit later, CNN commentator Paul Begala, who is not quite the early bird that his friends are, will complete the circle with a rapid set of calls to all three.

Different versions of this round-robin chatter have been taking place, with few interruptions, every workday for nearly a generation.

“I refer to it as the 17-year-long conference call,” said Emanuel, who starts calling his friends at 6 a.m. “You can tap into it anytime you want.”


Well, now we learn this. One of the on going topics of this Daily Morning Conference Call is to ATTACK Rush Limbaugh. You see my friends, Bush is gone. They NEED a new target. They need someone to focus their pathetically intellectually challenged sheeple out there. It really is simple. Attack Rush, divert attention over their own stupidity. Focus their mindless drone on hating Rush, so that they can do whatever they want.

According to News Busters - Obama WH Secret Phone Conferences Bear Fruit With TV Media's Limbaugh Attack

Back on January 29, we discussed the daily strategy phone call engineered by Obama's Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel for friendly TV commentators and "reporters." Politico reported that Emanuel has a daily phone conference call with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, and CNN's James Carville and Paul Begala. With Rush Limbaugh's raucous CPAC address, as he termed it his "first address to the nation," we can see at least one example of what is likely an attack strategy resulting from the Emanuel phone session with a rush to bash Rush the day after the appearance. [Image credit: politico.com]

As soon as the sun rose on the day after Limbaugh's CPAC appearance, three of the four of the phone call participants attacked Limbaugh with the same talking points. It seems obvious that they coordinated their attack together in the Obama secret strategy session. It is amazing that a president's staff can have such power over major media figures without a peep being heard from those that only months ago bashed former presidents over a perceived undue, even "dangerous," control of the media.

The morning after Limbaugh's CPAC speech, Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel appeared on CBS News' Face the Nation and told Bob Schieffer that Limbaugh was the "voice of the Republican Party," and that he "hasn't stepped back from" the "hopes for failure" he expressed for Obama's administration.

James Carville, obeying his Obama marching orders, said pretty much the same thing in his CNN commentary headlined, "A history lesson for Rush Limbaugh," where Carville began by saying that Rush is the "moral and intellectual leader and most influential person in the Republican Party."

As for ABC's George Stephanopoulos, he employed the same talking point about Rush's hope that Obama's socialist policies would not succeed -- though it is sure that Stephy didn't call Obama's policies socialist. In an interview with Eric Cantor, Stephanopoulos said, "So the Rush Limbaugh approach of wanting the president to fail is not the Eric Cantor, House Republican approach?"

So, what we see here is the combined attack emanating out of the secret phone call strategy session pushing the themes that Rush is the "voice of the GOP" and that he wants Obama to be a failure -- both talking points that are not exactly in context with the facts. The strategy at work is that these three Democrat activists pretending at members of the media have concocted with the White House through Emanuel an effort to tar all Republicans with the Rush brush.

These Obama strategists think that making Rush the "voice of the GOP" will drive away moderates and make the GOP seem to be leaning toward right-wing extremism. And, by adding Rush's hope that Obama's socialist policies fail, these strategists are attempting to claim that Republicans hate Obama merely because he is president (veiled racism) and not because the GOP is against these unAmerican polices Obama is pushing.

Once again, I have to ask, why are these secret phone call strategy sessions not a matter of public discussion? That the White House is orchestrating media messages with the supposedly independent press corps, is it nothing to raise an eyebrow about? Should we not see this as the sort of collusion between the press and the White House that leads to public information controlled by political spinmieisters in the belly of the White House instead of journalists interested in truth? Where are those that only until recently claimed to be interested in a free press dedicated to the real story? Why are they so suddenly quite?

Lastly I’d like to suggest something. These folks are all eager to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine, of course. So, I am wondering if it would be “fair” that Rahm include a few conservatives in the secret phone sessions he has with his lap dog media pals? Let’s say along with Stephy, Carville and Begala, Rahm might include Rush and Sean Hannity?? Seems pretty fair to me, anyway!

Me too. Now I know some of you still will not believe it. But check this out. Paul Begala basically ADMITS this is true. In reality he is just jealous of Rush. Rush has 22 million listeners and Paul who? He is just an insignificant dweeb. But he admits it's true. The Call anyway. Anderson Cooper has this exchange with Paul Begala on Cooper's show.

Cooper "Are you working with Carville, perhaps Emanuel, others in the White House, as part of a concerted effort to target Limbaugh?"

Begala "I don't know what you mean by concerted effort. I guess the short answer is, no, I do what I do, James. I'm -- he and I agree. My best friend. I've been -- we've been in business, informally at least, or formally, for 25 years."

Cooper "Clearly you're talking to Rahm Emanuel every day on the phone, and this lightbulb's gone off in your head, and James Carville said, 'I find it hard to believe you don't say to Rahm Emanuel, 'guess what, look at our poll numbers on Limbaugh.'"

Begala "I don't know. I don't keep careful notes of these things. My view is I keep private conversations private, Anderson, and that's part of -- of what I do to try to figure out what's going on in the world. But also, I mean, I -- I talk to my friends about any number of things. But here's the secret: I don't like Rush Limbaugh. Here's the other secret: He is the most powerful person in the Republican Party today, bar none."

So what about one of my favorite Political Commentators of all times? Yes. I really do LOVE James Carville. I mean that. Anyway, he was on Wolf Blitzer's The Situation Room, Wednesday night. They had this exchange about all this.

Blitzer "Is this all a conspiracy, James? You, Paul Begala, Rahm Emanuel, to create this whole Rush Limbaugh situation?"

Carville "Well, I think that -- that honestly I want to -- I don't want to take credit away from -- from the great Rush Limbaugh who -- who did it on January the 16th when he said he wanted to -- the president's policies to fail, and that's what started the whole thing, so I don't -- don't give Paul and I or Rahm credit where it's really due to the great Rush Limbaugh. He -- he's the one that really started all this, so my hat's off to you, Rush."

So yeah, they are not even trying to hide it anymore. "Hell yeah, we get our orders from the False Messiah. We report what we are told to. And you, you people out there, you just accept and believe what YOU are told to. Right? That's how it works. Now accept whatever the false Messiah says and does, HATE Rush Limbaugh." And they call Republicans Mindless Drones. {Laughing}

Can you imagine what would happen if it came out that Bush was having morning Conference calls with Rush, Sean, and Fox News? {Sigh} THAT would have been fun to watch. But they do not HAVE to hide it anymore. The Obamaid Drinkers do not care. They do NOT think for themselves. They simply DO believe whatever they are told, and they will continue to go along with ANYTHING that the False Messiah, and his cronies in the Media tell them to.

Thanks SG for pointing this out to me. But I have been talking about this for years. Have a great Weekend. See you Sunday.
Peter

Link: News Busters - Obama WH Secret Phone Conferences Bear Fruit With TV Media's Limbaugh Attack

Other Sources:
Me
Rush
Wolf Blitzer's The Situation Room
Cooper 360
The Washington Times -
WH admits Limbaugh attacks unhelpful
The Politico - Rush Job: Inside Dems' Limbaugh plan

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