Rush Limbaugh yesterday:

I’m liberated from having to constantly come in here every day and try to buck up a bunch of people who don’t deserve it, to try to carry the water and make excuses for people who don’t deserve it. I did not want to sit here and participate, willingly, in the victory of the libs, in the victory of the Democrat Party by sabotaging my own.

There have been a bunch of things going on in Congress, some of this legislation coming out of there that I have just cringed at, and it has been difficult coming in here, trying to make the case for it when the people who are supposedly in favor of it can’t even make the case themselves — and to have to come in here and try to do their jobs. I’m a radio guy! I understand what this program has become in America and I understand the leadership position it has. I was doing what I thought best, but at this point, people who don’t deserve to have their water carried, or have themselves explained as they would like to say things but somehow aren’t able to, I’m not under that kind of pressure.

Hrm. “Now that my guys lost, you know – they weren’t really all that great anyway.” You should have just stuck with your previous position, Rush. You just admitted you are a shill without the moral clarity to be able to refrain from lying to your audience.

Update: Andrew Sullivan – a conservative who managed to keep a sense of integrity the past 6 years – weighs in.

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  • I heard a bit of Michael Savage tearing Rush a new one last night over this quote. Savage was making the case that Rush was “a schill for the Republican party.” I love to see these guys have a “who’s a bigger right winger contest.” Good times.

  • Alan Harvard

    Sounds like Rush’s drugs are getting low.

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