And One of These Days, Maybe Once in the Next 20 Years He Will be Right on Something
The neat thing, to paraphrase the late economist John Kenneth Galbraith, is that with respect to Rush Limbaugh and a topic a person can take the opposite position from Rush and without even knowing what the topic is that person can be certain they have the correct position. But sometimes, like this, almost everyone wishes Rush did know what he was talking about.
A bipartisan immigration bill passed the Senate on Thursday, and the House is set to begin work on its own immigration reform bill after the July 4 recess.
“The anger. I don’t think they have any idea how deep it is in towns large and small all across this country,” Limbaugh said.
“You have people more and more talk about third party now,” Limbaugh added. “If that happens, you can kiss the Republican Party goodbye.”
But it would be nice to see a third party