Campbell Brown of CNN Challenges Rush Limbaugh to A Debate

Campbell Brown of CNN slapped Rush Limbaugh politely upside the head and offered to moderate a debate about the stimulus package after he attacked a guest she had on the night before. According to the tape below Rush thinks the economy is no worse than 1982. Given that I was in the Real Estate business, with some experience, I guarantee this is much more serious than 1982. Brown chided him for his personal attacks. Here’s the tape.

[crossposted from Stuart O’Neill’s Polcampaign via HuffPo]

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3 Responses to Campbell Brown of CNN Challenges Rush Limbaugh to A Debate

  1. tim says:

    RUSH Limbaugh is a mouth piece for the REPUBLICANS! RUSH LIMBAUGH has the nerve to talk about too much MONEY. Why doesn’t someone ask FAT RUSH LIMBAUGH about his $400 MILLION dollar contract that HE uses to FILL his FAT stomach with KFC while he does his radio talk show! RUSH LIMBAUGH is an ABSOLUTE joke! The ONLY reason RUSH LIMBAUGH even has a talk show and a VOICE is because their are STUPID people out there, that ACTUALLY believe what RUSH LIMBAUGH says. Wake up people! The ONLY thing RUSH LIMBAUGH is REALLY concerned about is HIS $400 MILLION contract and keeping his FAT STOMACH filled! And using the STUPID people out their to fill HIS agenda!

  2. Marvin Music says:

    No worse than 1982? HA! Rush lives in fantasy land.

    Oh yeah and tax cuts? Are you kidding me? That was Bush’s “solution.” How did that work out?

  3. Anonymous says:

    “Oh yeah and tax cuts? Are you kidding me? That was Bush’s “solution.” How did that work out?”

    From the time Bush took office in 2001 until the time he left 8 years later, GDP increased about 17%. I’d say the tax cuts worked great.

    What didn’t work great was people living beyond their means and the failure of the Democrat supported and run FMs that caused a financial meltdown. This, despite years of warnings and calls to reform from the Bush administration and Republicans. Continuing to blame the cure while ignoring the cause will get us no where.