Rush Limbaugh does not like Senator Barack Obama for several reasons. Obama is a Democrat, somewhat liberal, and he is an African-America. Since Obama has started his campaign for presidency, Rush “I Hate People Who Aren’t White” Limbaugh has been on a warpath to use Obama’s race and leadership qualities to scare listeners into not voting for him.
Limbaugh refers to Obama almost daily as a "little man-child." A man child is, of course, a boy. No points for subtlety there. Limbaugh, who likes to tout his own cleverness, has found a way to call a prominent African-American male "Boy" in 21st-century America -- and practically no one has called him on it. He repeatedly refers to the Democratic nominee as "Barack the Magic Negro," although I haven’t heard him use this sobriquet in the past week or so. Regular commentary from "The Official Obama Criticizer" features Limbaugh staffer Bo Snerdly (a pseudonym) offering an eloquent critique that is then followed by an interpretation for "brothers and sisters in the hood." For example, this analysis of Michelle Obama this past August: Yo, Shell, let me give you your props first, yo. You was looking lace last night, yo, girl, you got it like that, no doubt. I almost could hope the brother could win so I could scope you out for the next four years, you know, but it ain't that kind of party here." We’re told Snerdly is justified in providing this discourse because he is "certified black enough to criticize." Limbaugh often refers to Obama as a "Chicago thug," justifying the remark because Bill Clinton allegedly applied the same term to the candidate in private remarks, although I don’t believe that was ever confirmed. However, Limbaugh also tries to portray Obama as an effete Ivy League elitist, so apparently he can’t even match up his stereotypes. When NBA star Josh Howard was caught on videotape refusing to sing the national anthem this summer — saying "I’m black" — he then indicated his support for Obama’s campaign. Limbaugh, of course, seized on this, attempting to associate the two men as though Howard was one of Obama’s closest advisors. He then added, on Sept. 18: "And, by the way, it's not just black athletes. There are certain black singers who are refusing to sing the national anthem at black events. They're singing the black national anthem, whatever that is."
Rush not only uses race to scare listeners into voting against Obama (“We can’t give black people anymore power”) but during his September 30 broadcast, Rush compares Obama to North Korean dictator Kim Jon-Il by playing a pro-Obama campaign commercial of children singing and a fifteen second clip of children praising Kim Jon- Il. Like the Bush administration, Rush’s scare tactics are weak. My dearest Rush, you may want to do some more research on this topic. Historically, (I know you don’t like history because that means reading) no matter what political system you live under, children sing to their leaders/power figures. Dumbass, don’t you remember when Bush was greeted by Israeli children singing "Over the Rainbow."