And like O'Reilly, conservative pundits, bloggers, authors, politicians, and Fox"News" will continue to shout from their hay-bales they have constructed into a moutain that George Soros is a danger to America.
One of their latest nuggets of joy they have been clinging to, along with their irrational fear that Obama is going to take away their guns and silence their religion, is that Soros is "having a good crisis".
While you are not likely to hear Soros pontificate on how the Democratic party can maintain power, how liberals and progressives can reshape American and its image abroad, you do hear one voice on the opposite end of the political spectrum.
But during all this growth I haven’t lost any audience. I’ve never had financially a down year. There’s supposedly a recession, but we’ve got - what is this May? Back in February we already had 102% of 2008 overbooked for 2009. [applause] So I always believed that if we’re going to have a recession, just don’t participate.
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Yep, seems that Rush is having a rather nice crisis as well. And his audience seems to think it's just hilarious that this current recession is hiting people other than him.
What makes the argument that Limbaugh has as much control over the Republican party as the fringe-right thinks Soros has over the Democrats has played out in crystal clear segements for everyone to see.
How often do you see Democratic politicians talking about how wonderful George Soros is? For that matter, how often do see or hear anyone within the Democratic party praise Soros? You know why you don't? Because he's just a billionaire philanthropist. He "owns" as much of the Democratic party as any other billionaire or corporation or special interest "owns" any political party.
If MSNBC is such a "far left" news outlet, then why aren't we seeing Keith Olbermann and Racheal Maddow kowtowning to Soros on a virtually non-stop basis. I mean, one has to but glance over at Fox"News" you'll surely see Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Neil Cavuto, Doocy, Kilmeade, and Carlson and just about everyone else there praising and defending Limbaugh.
The Right will say that Soros isn't mentioned on MSNBC because they are "afraid" of him. But, judging from how many politicians have tucked-tail and ran to Limbaugh and practically begged for his blessing and forgiveness, who are the ones that are afraid?