LIMBAUGH: REPUBLICAN LEADERS WANT HILLARY IN WHITE HOUSE!

by rushlimbaugh.com  |  published on October 29, 2015

RUSH: So how does the budget deal pave the way for Hillary Clinton? Folks, it’s real simple. Over half of any Republican candidate’s campaign arsenal has just been neutered. The Republican Party cannot campaign by running around blaming the Democrats for destroying budget, for overspending, for threatening the very fabric economically of the country. They can’t do it. This is the Republican budget deal that Barack Obama cannot wait to sign.

So the idea that the Democrat Party and their nominee, most likely Hillary Clinton, pose a grave threat to this country’s future because of their runaway spending, their expansion of the welfare state, the expansion of the entitlement state, the creation of more and more dependents, we can’t say that anymore. A Republican presidential candidate is not saying that anymore. All the Democrats are gonna have to do is say, “Wait, wait, whoa, you’re accusing us of doing what?” And they just have to go back and cite this budget deal, which is coming up for a vote today.

  • dmttbt

    These organized criminals who say they are either republican or democrat have not taken the good of the people in their thoughts ever. We are being raped and pillaged and don’t have enough sense to know it.

  • NOUNBELIEVER

    it is quite apparent…there is NO Republican party…RINOs…TOTAL LIARS…EVERY PERSON WHO VOTED FOR THIS “BUDGET DEAL” SHOULD BE DRUMMED OUT OF CONGRESS AND ANY PENSION CONFISCATED TO BEGIN THEIR PUNISHMENT FOR TREASON …BEANER DID HIS DAMNEST TO GET WELL FUNDED JOB AFTER CONGRESS…HOPE HE DROWNS IN RED WINE

  • duncan mckean

    lets hope for a great transmutation of the republican party..how about a charter similar to the goldwater concepts about liberty. no more JFKs or goldwaters or Reagans around ? maybe trump or carson will cary the fire?

  • Joy Beum

    Hey Rush, I live in RIO LINDA and have a pet goat. He is an intact male and I am unable to enter his enclosure due to his aggressive behavior. He is just too independent and does what HE thinks is best. Once neutered, he will be passive and malleable. Just like those RINO’s in Washington. I guess you are correct…they were neutered!

    • KDC

      Great scenario.

      • Joy Beum

        🙂

  • Scotty MacInnes

    All elected positions, One term and OUT!

  • Scotty MacInnes

    All elected positions, One term and OUT!

  • I can only speak for myself, I’d as soon see Castro president as Hillary. I believe he has more character and decency than Hillary. I cannot say I’d rather see Satan as president because she is his child, it would be the same thing.

    She is a citizen??That shames me even more, to know she was born in the same country that I was born in.

    • I Seigel

      It angers me that good, hard-earned taxpayers’ money went to give you a public school education. But you don’t get a say in who gets born in “your” country, and I don’t decide how my tax money is spent.

      • Thanks for saying that, helps me to know that I am still with the Christians and the conservatives, who are responsible for the greatness of America. The same taxpayers money, (my daddy paid taxes, too, a long time before and a long tine after I went to schools) that paid for my education, paid and still pays for educations for fools, also.

        • I Seigel

          Lots of Christians and conservatives helped make America great. There were a few Catholics and Jews and Democrats who contributed, too.

  • Bo

    Pick up your weapons & prepare for the only way to take our country back. Hard to believe, but there is no other way if Hillary gets in. And if we get a Republican & nothing changes, then we go to DC & force them all out (Yes, I mean FORCE them all out) & rewrite the rules within our elected leaders must conduct business!

  • Original Rebel

    Where the hell were the dissidents to this farce? I kept hearing that there were enough conservative “rebels” in the House to stop this crap. Apparetly not! We now have John Boehner, part deux, in the House. What a bunch of political pimps; they’ve just elected their “new” obama prostitute!

  • bobnstuff

    I don’t suppose anyone looked to see what the deal was. I’m pretty sure Rush didn’t bother. There’s a bunch of money for defense, even money to fight ISIS. Congress can still cut programs if they wish, the budget can be change if the want to. If you learn about how the budget work it’s just a framework and each departments money still has to be approved by Congress. Just saying no to everything is not how you run a country. Using black mail is not statesmanship. If all the republicans have to run on is the budget they don’t have a clue as to what’s happening in our country.

    • KDC

      …and what about giving BO card blanche? And money for fighting ISIS? We’re giving Iran money and they would just as soon blow us up too. We can’t carry any more financial burden and BO knows it. Boehner is a total sell out to the American people. This was well planned on his part. He’s a disgrace! I’m sure saying “no” to everything isn’t happening. It’s more likes saying “yes” to everything the Libs. want.

      • bobnstuff

        You do know that the President can’t spend money. All money must come from congress. Also we aren’t giving Iran a dime, it’s their money we are letting them have. They don’t even get to keep it, they owe a lot of money to Russia and China. There is $35 Billion in the budget to use in fighting ISIS. That’s on top of the $40 billion extra for the military. I don’t think the liberals really wanted to give $75 billion to the Military, do you?

  • Jerry

    Cruz told off the liberal press last night. It was just beautiful. I think our only hope is Trump, Carson, Cruz, and help from the other candidates as their staff except for Bush, and Rubio.

    • I Seigel

      Nobody’s mentioning Carly anymore. Wow, she went down faster than Herman Cain!!

      • Daniel Wright

        Cain had the lead uhntil he pulled out. Fiarina never had the lead and she hasn’t pulled out.

        • I Seigel

          Yeah, and do you have a point? Polls are polls. Cain didn’t drop out because he wanted to take a nap. Cain was on a roller coaster. So is Carly. Trump’s is a lot bigger, but it’s still a roller coaster.

          • Daniel Wright

            Do you like to pick fights for no reason? My post was not to you. My point was the post,no more. Go pick a fight with someone who gives a shit about what you believe.

          • I Seigel

            Oh, pardon me!! Your reply WAS to me, but I guess you didn’t notice.

          • Daniel Wright

            There was a mixup I clicked KDC. you got the post.

          • Daniel Wright

            Hillary is on a downward spiral. Did you ever consider that?

          • I Seigel

            No. Why should I? She’s not the point of this conversation,

          • Daniel Wright

            Isn’t the title of the article, Limbaugh:Republican leaders want Hillary in the white house? I think you are confused.

          • I Seigel

            You might WISH she was on a downward spiral, but polls prove otherwise. If you noticed, her poll numbers went UP after her appearance before The Trey Gowdy Inquisition. Them’s be the facts. Sorry.

          • Daniel Wright

            Hillary is the subject of this conversation even if you would like the Republican candidates to be. Also her poll numbers could make her the shoe in with 100% of every voter in the US and still not win if she ends up behind bars. I’m not counting my chickens but you shouldn’t either. It ain’t over till it’s over.

          • I Seigel

            Agreed

          • Daniel Wright

            Cain dropped out because the Democrat machine hired some bimbos to accuse him of inaprorriate behavior. Did the bimbos keep up the attack after he dropped out? No they didn’t. They were no longer needed so they were paid off and went their merry way.

      • KDC

        Yeah, her past caught up to her! People are starting to look for the right things in people.

        • Daniel Wright

          So Hillary’s past is irellevant?

          • KDC

            When I posted that and read it I was hoping someone wouldn’t take it wrong. I’m sorry, by no means did I mean Hilliary. Yes, Fiorina’s past caught up to her and Hiluary’s past is never ending. All corrupt pasts are relevant.

          • Daniel Wright

            What corrupotion is Fiarina guilty of?

          • KDC

            Carly Fiorina is a major RINO trojan horse.She endorsed man-made global warming
            supported the left’s economically-suicidal “Cap-and-Trade”
            she supported the Dream Act (amnesty for children of illegal immigrants).
            she praised Obama’s “Race to the Top” program as well as “No Child Left Behind.”
            she said that Roe vs. Wade was a “settled issue,”
            And lots more…

            This performance they’re hyping Fiorina, for a whole host of reasons, primarily to get rid of Trump. But the media is not ever going to like any of our nominees, and they’re never going to support any of them in a presidential election,” he said. “So it’s important to understand when you watch this, it’s not that they love Carly Fiorina. They love what supporting her now might enable to them to accomplish, and that is get rid of a Republican who can win. That’s what’s going on here. Not hard to see.”

            I’m Well, in truth, these are not so much “fun facts” as they are troubling evidence that Carly Fiorina is yet another establishment plant-cum-loser, one of a series employed by the Republican leadership team to diffuse grassroots support of an outside-the-system candidate like Ted Cruz (or, currently, Donald Trump). With Carly’s rise in the polls, due to two solid debate performances, it’s worth examining her track record to determine whether: (a) could actually win a general election; and (b) she would offer good policy solutions as a commander-in-chief.

            The answer on both counts is an obvious “no”. Here’s why:

            SHE SUPPORTS OPEN BORDERS AND ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

            In June of this year, Fiorina stated she is open to legal status for adult illegal immigrants and full citizenship for their children. During her Senate run, she endorsed the California DREAM Act, which grants in-state tuition to illegal immigrants. Furthermore, she recently stated that border walls and fences are not effective at protecting U.S. national sovereignty.

            WHILE AT HP, SHE WAS IMPLICATED IN A MAJOR IRANIAN TRADE SCANDAL

            During her failed run at the Senate, the former HP CEO received plenty of heat about “hundreds of millions of dollars worth of HP printers that were sold to Iran — despite a U.S. ban on trade with that country”. In 2003 Fiorina had described the Middle East as a “growth region” for the company, with its main distributor there doing $100 million in sales that year alone. Fiorina claimed to be unaware of the illegal sales, which begs the question: what competent CEO would be unaware of a nine-figure revenue stream?

            WHILE AT LUCENT, SHE WAS BOOKING MASSIVE FRAUDULENT SALES DEALS

            Fiorina ran the telecom giant Lucent as it was imploding, a fact that she was able to conceal until after she’d jumped to HP with over $60 million in performance-based pay. A series of major financial sales wins were announced under Fiorina that turned out to be completely fraudulent. In 1999, for example, Fiorina trumpeted a huge sale of up to $2.1 billion of equipment to a company called PathNet. Problem was, however, that PathNet’s annual revenue was $1.6 million and could little afford such a purchase:

            In the giant PathNet deal that Fiorina oversaw, Lucent agreed to fund more than 100% of the company’s equipment purchases, meaning the small company would get both Lucent gear at no money down and extra cash to boot. Yet how could such a loan to PathNet make sense for Lucent, even based on the world as it appeared in the heady days of 1999?

            It didn’t make any financial sense. Just after Fiorina’s departure, Lucent revealed that it had written $7 billion of loan deals to customers, many of them unviable startups like PathNet, which itself went bankrupt in 2001. Post-Fiorina, Lucent also collapsed as the nature of her vendor-financing deals became obvious; but she walked away with upwards of $60 million.

            FIORINA APPEARS ON A VARIETY OF ‘WORST CEOs OF ALL TIME’ LISTSHer tenures at both Lucent and HP were complete debacles. HP fired Fiorina in 2005 after she led the company’s acquisition of Compaq for $25 billion — just as the conventional PC business began to die. As John Hawkins astutely observed earlier today, her track record led multiple mainstream observers to list her among the worst CEOs of all time (e.g., CBS News, USA Today, CNBC, and ABC News among others).

            FIORINA BELIEVES IN MAN-CAUSED GLOBAL WARMINGIn a series of interviews from 2008 (when she campaigned for John McCain) to 2010 (when she unsuccessfully ran for the Senate against Barbara Boxer), Fiorina parroted left wing talking points on carbon credits, wind and solar energy sources, and the damage humans are causing to the planet via global warming. As recently as this year, she asserted that climate change is man-made. During her Senate campaign, she also refused to endorse California’s Proposition 23, which would have suspended the economy-destroying AB32 global warming law.

          • Daniel Wright

            None of those opinions she had equates political corruption. She has never held an elected office. However, if true,they disqualify her to be president in my eyes. It is curious that someone with such Democrat style beliefs would run as a Republican or that Democrats would oppose one so close to being one of their own. No matter,she will never be the nominee ,but she is doing great at exposing Hillary’s corruption. She has been useful in that matter.

          • KDC

            During her failed run at the Senate, the former HP CEO received plenty of heat about “hundreds of millions of dollars worth of HP printers that were sold to Iran — despite a U.S. ban on trade with that country”. In 2003 Fiorina had described the Middle East as a “growth region” for the company, with its main distributor there doing $100 million in sales that year alone. Fiorina claimed to be unaware of the illegal sales, which begs the question: what competent CEO would be unaware of a nine-figure revenue stream?

          • Daniel Wright

            If you are trying to persuade me to not vote for her then you are too late. If it was a choice between Hillary and her in the general she would get my vote but that is not going to happen. At any rate,when the primary comes around I am voting for Cruz.

          • KDC

            Just trying to put it out there so you can make informed decisions. Ultimately, you can vote for Snoopy if you want. It’s all on you.
            Cruz is great, but I dont think he’ll make it, though I wish he would.

          • Daniel Wright

            I don’t think that snoopy is running.

  • Nuke Washington…

  • Dennis B Anderson

    I knew about Ryan and where he stood on immigration policy and gay rights??? No matter what I said its like people had ear plugs in. Or i would yell Ryans for santuary cities? Whats that you say? I thought you said Ryan was for santuary citys and voted for the same old horse $cheit. Same old Washington fat cat 3 step.

  • Patriot47

    The GOP is in abject horror that outsiders lead the polls. They will shoot themselves in the foot rather than lose control.

  • JOHN

    jdp …Clinton’s judgment is poor, considering the Mid East and E-mail server problems. She is not redeemable, on these venues.

  • JOHN

    jdp…The budget is not the sole thing there is more to consider i.e. security, trustworthiness, etc.

  • Richard Schwartz

    Never has a political party self destructed. RINOS have signed their death wish. Obama has democrats and RINOS in his pocket. At least republicans know what must be done.

    • Daniel Wright

      The problem is that gullible voters keep re-electing RINOS. They run as Republicans but act like Democrats. The low information voter who believes the campaign fliers and the promises of their Reps. and Senators are partially to blame. Elected officials have a responsibility to the voters but the voters have a responsibility to their fellow citizens and themselves.

  • KDC

    Exactly, Rush. They prove, once again, what the problem is with the Est. Republicans. One of the problems, anyways. They are just an extension of the Liberal/communists.

  • Liberty’s Advocate

    Once again, Republicans succeed in snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. If they could only quench their appetite fort eating their own young …

  • Kent2012

    part of the problem seems to be repeated every campaign cycle…the GOP beat each other up instead of the communist inspired democrapos…

    • KDC

      You are spot on with your comment. Cruz said a mouthful last night, on FoxNews, when he was speaking about the Est.Rep. naming M.McConnell and other republicans, being so busy tearing at conservatives, and fighting with them, which is why nothing ever gets done. I suspected something was causing a problem and I’m not all that surprised hearing this. Those Est.Rep., GOP are so dead against conservatives, they’d rather side with the Liberals. That’s pretty bad! Conservatives are the threat to their very existance. It was refreshing to hear him come out and say this, clarifying what we all were thinking. However, siding with Liberals only shows a lack of moral character, on behalf of those Est.Rep. And perhaps it shows their true colors if they can be so self absorbed into their own greed, whether for power or money.

      • Cindy Ogden

        OR BOTH!!!

  • bobnstuff

    No holding the country hostage. No drop in out credit rating, and Congress working together to pass a bill. Congress acting like adults for once and doing their job. Don’t worry the kids will try to stop it today, watch what Mr. Paul does. If the republicans in congress proving the can govern is going to hurt the party then those running don’t deserve to win.

    • Daniel Wright

      So you believe that Republicans acting like Democrats makes them adults? Since when is pushing the USA one step closer to bankruptcy acting like adults? Since when is shirking your fiscal responsibility the act of an adult?

      • bobnstuff

        They worked together, both parties, They passed a budget. It’s still smaller them the 2010 budget and it pays for things we need. I think paying the bills is being responsible. It’s a start. You don’t like giving the military more money? They got the biggest piece of the pie. There are spending cuts there to. The Republicans aren’t acting like Democrats, they are acting like a Congress, that what a Congress does.

  • paulrph1

    So what is wrong with the American voters. The blame ultimately lies with them for electing and re-electing these scumbags time and again. These low information voters should have their phones and pens taken away. And Obama should not be allowed too rule by executive fiat.

    • Ace Dragon

      THEY JUST PUT PAUL RYAN AS THE NEW AG. HE’S BONHERS REPLACEMENT STOOGE. HE WANTS AMENESTY AND WANTS TO DISARM THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. WE JUST GOT FUCKED WITH OUT OUR RIGHT TO VOTE ON IT.

      • I Seigel

        Hey Ace Clueless! AG??!! Huh??? Really???

  • Tony

    The great majority of the Republican members of Congress are now standing in their own feces. They will forever stink! They have betrayed their base and the nation.

  • don

    our own people in office are our worst enemy –this lies in our laps for not standing against them

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