Rush Limbaugh called President Barack Obama a “trickster artist” whose goal is to “make government necessary.”
The president, he said, is just the current example of the concepts of liberal ideology, with roots that go back “since the day the country was founded.”
Limbaugh’s radio show on Thursday was devoted to a “celebration” marking the 25th anniversary of when his talk show began broadcasting to a national audience. The purpose of the anniversary show, he said, was to “illustrate how the Democratic party hasn’t changed, how the American left hasn’t changed.”
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“For 25 years I’ve been trying to explain liberalism to people,” Limbaugh said.
He then began a discourse explaining the concepts of liberalism – as practiced by the contemporary American left – and said that there is a “battle for who is going to define this country.”
“The left has designs on the country. They don’t believe in the constitution. They don’t trust that people will do what they want them to do if left alone. Liberals must control everything, or as much of everyone’s life as possible, in order to create what they want,” he said.
Speaking to why liberals hate him so vehemently, Limbaugh said, “It isn’t personal.” He said he is a “threat,” and that “anyone who they perceive as a threat must be destroyed.”
Calling political correctness “speech censorship,” Limbaugh said that slowly over the past 60 years, “People have been conditioned not to stand up for themselves.”
“Liberalism is a series of lies,” he said. “Liberalism can’t survive in an unrigged contest in the arena of ideas.”
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