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This is not exactly what the LEFT is making of Rush’s comment.

But, it an intriguing thought.

Alas, Meghan McCain won’t be going.

Late Tuesday afternoon, Meghan McCain fired back on Twitter. “RED TIL I’M DEAD BABY!!! I love the republican party enough to give it constructive criticism, I love my party and sure as hell not leavin!”

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17 Responses to “Rush Limbaugh on Arlen Specter Leaving the Republican Party – Take McCain and His Daughter (Meghan) With You”
  1. SJ Reidhead says:

    How long are Republicans going to allow the the far right conservative talking heads to push us around to the point where all we can do is lose. The vast majority of the American people are center right – not far right. If we don’t either get these people to listen to reason or shut them up, we’re going to be doomed as a nation. Ronald Reagan said that anyone who voted with him 80% of the time is a political friend, not enemy. Too bad these people don’t read the actual words of the man they claim to worship.

    The Pink Flamingo

  2. Flap says:

    I disagree vis a vis Arlen Specter. His lifetime ACU rating was 40. Believe Specter was no big friend of Reagan.

    Specter was for all intents a Democrat and now he can torture them.

  3. Dennis says:

    Hopefully, Tom Ridge decides to run for the Senate in PA. He would have a much better chance to win against a democrat than Toomey.

  4. Flap says:

    But, does Ridge have the energy or the desire to run?

  5. Ling says:

    Look on the bright side – the GOP now has a valid excuse if Specter wins. If he had stayed, and lost the primary, then the seat was going to the Dems anyway. Spector was no good anyway, and some new blood for the PA GOP can only be for the better.

  6. Hugh Guestit says:

    The original members of the Republican party would probably have left the party as Specter did. Any intelligent, educated individual who seeks to improve and unite this country would be embarassed to have the likes of Limbaugh, O’Reilly, Rove, or even Murdoch claiming to be the voices and faces of the Republican party. They are an embarrasment to us all.

  7. Flap says:


    Yeah right.

    I call BS alert.

  8. Hugh Guestit says:

    Am I the only Republican who would like to see Bush and Cheney prosecuted for their blatant lying to the American people which allowed them to flush our economy down the tubes by wasting more tax paying dollars on their “War against Terror??” They spent more than any number being thrown around with all the bail-out dialogue. Where were we as a responsible party then? Did we really just develop this “new found” concern for our national deficit?

  9. Flap says:

    Seminar writer – more BS.

    Blame Bush, Blame the GOP.

    Won’t work any longer……

  10. Hugh Guestit says:

    @ FLAP

    Just curious…Did you post BS alerts when our last administration was was trying to upsell the WMDs to our entire country so that they could fund their private sector interests?

    I’m checking the archives…….and that would be NO.

  11. Flap says:

    Ancient history……

    For a Republican you sure know the far left talking points.


  12. Hugh Guestit says:

    @ Flap

    Whose blaming the GOP? I said Bush. Your clarity would have been more useful and appreciated in the last 8 years.

  13. Flap says:

    Thank you for your approval.

  14. Hugh Guestit says:

    When I need you to validate me as member of the party, I will do so. I feel comfortable questioning our party (assuming that your Republican as well) and its accountability at all times. Issues are like a circle. I dont pick sides. So your reference to “far left” or “far right” talking points simply reduces this to a Milton Bradley like board game of RepubliCrats. As of right now, it appears economically that both “sides” are losing.

  15. Hugh Guestit says:


  16. fw says:

    Bully won but bully lost

  17. Mike D'Antonio says:

    “How long are Republicans going to allow the the far right conservative talking heads to push us around to the point where all we can do is lose.”

    The Republican party should not be about only winning but it should be about conservative ideology, morals and principles. I hope you are not referring to “talking heads” like patriots: Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Pat Buchanan, Glenn Beck and Armstrong Williams – as they embody all of the forementioned attributes that every Republican should employ to bring this country back to its greatness. There are no BUSHes in this equation by the way – at least not in my mind.


    I am Michael A. D’Antonio and I approve this response.

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