Johann Wagener 12-04-13
Rush L is completely out of his league taking on the Pope. This blow-hard pill popper has shown once again how completely uninformed and out of touch with reality he and the walking dead that tune in on his show.
I can't think of enough insults to shower this clown with.
Pope Francis struck a chord with Catholics and non-Catholics alike when he issued his first apostolic exhortation, “The Joy of the Gospel,” a commentary on his “vision of the Church” and his thoughts on the state of modern capitalism and global economic inequality. Among his comments was a specific criticism of “trickle down” economics — which Francis declared has not been proven to work and reveals a “naïve trust in the goodness of those wielding economic power.”
On his November 27 radio show, Rush Limbaugh attacked the pope’s message, claiming that it was “pure Marxism coming out of the mouth of the pope”:
What strikes me as ironic is that this "bellowing buffoon" is part of the 1% crowd while his audience is mainly the low income, not-too-educated crowd who he plays like a fiddle and the very people the Pope is trying to rescue from the grasp of money mongers like Limbaugh.
Rush LimbaughEarnings $66 Million As of June 2013
Source of Wealth: Radio
Residence: Palm Beach, FL
Country of Citizenship: United States
Education: Drop Out, Southeastern Missouri State University
Marital Status: Married
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Regular viewers of daytime talk shows are less educated than the public as a whole. Among this group, just 19% have four year degrees, 26% have attended some college and 54% have a high school diploma or less education.
Daytime talk show watchers stand out as the least well off regular audience. About half (51%) have family incomes of less than $30,000, while three-in-ten have $30,000-$74,999 incomes. Just 12% have incomes of $75,000 or more.