Cuban: Your intro comment is a gratuitous swipe with little validity. Limbaugh was adamantly opposed to TARP. and doesn't favor bailouts.
You assume that I care what Limbaugh has to say; my concern is with the people who allow him to serve as their surrogate thought center.
Limbaugh probably only believes - I'm guessing here - 3 of 5 things he says. The rest, he can attempt to make a convincing argument for, because there's nobody on the air with him to knock his ass down. He can be a boisterous blowhard "know-it-all" without consequence, cherry-picking the people he lets on the air.
There are FAR too many people who have substituted his views and opinions for their own. And it's killing America.
People have a decision to make, every day. Will they be negative and partisan and divisive and defeatist, blindly condemning everything a non-Republican says or does; or will they evaluate the news as they hear it; challenge their own beliefs & assumptions, as well as those of others in an effort to find the truth; decide what they actually stand FOR and champion those causes rather than simply argue AGAINST, well, everything?
Don't lump me in with the us-or-them crowd. Dr. Coburn is a man who is closely aligned with the people who got him to the senate, and rather than grandstand on the news to complain about Pelosi or whomever, he's doing things
consistent with his beliefs and the desires of his constituency. He's walking the walk. So far, he's been a model senator. Finally. A Republican we can admire and proudly support.