Everyone is getting on the anti-Rush bandwagon
As the forums neo-con I find it necessary to set the record straight about a phony news story that is currently spreading around the interwebs.
Media Matters took an excerpt from a Rush Limbaugh show and printed it out of context, thereby making a phony news story.
Rush did not say all soldiers who are anti-war are phony soldiers. He was specifically talking about a true phony soldier Jesse Macbeth
and how the anti-war movement likes to call these sorts of people war heroes even though they have never seen combat or even been involved in the things they say they saw.
Rush is a lot of things, and he has the gift of being able to spin things, but he is not so stupid as to come out and say all anti-war soldiers are phony soldiers.
Right now the left and left-of-center sites are showing their true colors by reporting on what Media Matters wrote as if it were based on solid facts and not quotes taken out of context. As Rym and Scott have shown us there is much power in the editing of the spoken and written word.My full write-up