To start, let me apologize to everyone that reads this for sinking to such a low level of humanity. This is a spontaneous rant of shocked disgust so I’ll keep it short.
Having said that, how low can a supposed human being go?
Rush Limbaugh has definitely proved beyond any doubt that he is one of the most vile things walking the planet. Seriously. He has attacked people for having compassion for young girls who were kidnapped after showing the courage to risk life and limb to get an education.
Throughout most of the world, we take education for granted. No, it isn’t always an ideal education. Yes, most of us have to put up with Capitalist indoctrination. But, we don’t have to worry every day about avoiding roving bands of psychotic killers looking to sell young girls to be owned and raped.
Is there one single person that can stand up for this piece of filth? If so, there are at least two “people” who need to be locked up in an institution. Rush has been a worthless piece of scum for many years, but he’s gone too far.
The thought police want to “fix” people with “above average creativity” who “question authority”, but a lunatic like Rush Limbaugh is not only free to roam among human beings, he collects millions of dollars for spouting putrid bile.
I’ve never killed another human being or wished death on someone before, but I believe Rush should end his life. He’s depraved and repugnant. Actually, Rush doesn’t meet the minimum requirement to be a human being. I don’t know how to categorize it.
Can’t we finally rid ourselves of this… thing? (By that, I mean get it off the air?)
I believe in the first amendment of the constitution, but no one should spend one dollar to support such a repulsive creature. A boycott of businesses that sponsor its show could be a great thing. Since there’s no more democracy, we need to vote with our money. They monetized speech. Let’s make it work for us for a change.
I feel empty inside. I don’t know what else to say…
Above is a photo of a woman at a demonstration for the kidnapped girls and a photo of the school in Chibok where about 200 of the girls were taken.