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Monday, September 10, 2007

Burns me up, too... bunch of hypocrites

Norman Hsu. Ladies and gentlemen, this is a huge scandal. It reaches into the depths of the Democrat establishment. It touches very deeply their presidential front-runner to the core, and the broadcast media have done everything possible to downplay it or ignore it. The same media that focused on what shoes Fred Thompson was wearing in Iowa -- hey, they were Guccis. I wear 'em, too. Way to go, Fred. Screw you, elitists. What the hell are you drinking and eating behind closed doors, and what the hell kinds of diamonds and jewelry and shoes are you wearing? Phony baloney, plastic banana, good-time rock 'n' roller rear-end orifices. I've had it. I have literally had it with these people. They're hunting down every Fred Thompson client, every Rudy Giuliani client ever represented in hopes of finding an embarrassing association. They've gotta look no further than down the end of their own noses to find Norman Hsu, and there is ample evidence that this is standard practice. This is the way business is conducted with the Clintons, going all the way back to Clinton's days as governor in Arkansas. And yet, where, my friends, are the investigative reporters? Where is our old buddy, Brian Ross, who couldn't wait to unload the details on Mark Foley? Where is Brian Ross?

Why don't we know where Norman Hsu's money came from? The guy was bankrupt just a few weeks ago. Where is his money coming from, and the people he's bundling money for, these poor Paw people, Paw family out there in California, lots of pets, no money. The mail carrier, donating 244 grand over three years to the Democrat party. How in the hell is this possible? Where is this money coming from? I thought that the media, the Drive-By Media, and the Democrats, were all concerned about campaign finance reform. Here we have a consistent pattern of Clinton and the Democrats taking money funneled from Asia to help fund their campaigns, people who have fled the country before they could be questioned. Hsu himself was a convicted crook. He jumped bail, he reestablished himself in New York, became a huge Democrat donor, he was on the lam for 15 years on charges in California while raising money for Democrats. He's caught. He jumps bail again. Now he's hospitalized under still-uncertain circumstances, quote, unquote. And what do the media want to talk about? Anything but Norman Hsu. Oh, no, no, can't embarrass the Clintons, can't do anything to derail that candidacy. Clinton campaign gets a couple questions thrown at them about it, no media frenzy, no persistent follow-up. (Clinton impression) "Why, I'm as surprised as I could be. Why, you coulda knocked me over with a feather when I found out that guy was on the lam." Mrs. Clinton is just as surprised with everything. She doesn't know diddly-squat about anything. And Clinton isn't alone, folks.

Remember that small, left-wing weekly out there in the Bay Area, broke a story a few months ago about how Dianne Feinstein, chairman of an important subcommittee overseeing military contracts, made millions through her husband's investment in certain companies during the war? The article describes extraordinary efforts by Feinstein using her official position to inquire into certain contracts, suggest certain directions the Pentagon should go with their contracts, and so forth. Where's the follow-up to this? You better believe, if this were Cheney and Halliburton, every reporter in the Beltway would be on this story, but it's died. It's gone away, no investigations, no hearings, no nothing, no ethics committee looking into it. This is very serious stuff. It really is. For all the talk about congressional oversight, the Democrats protect their own. There hasn't been a single hearing on Hsu by Leahy, Conyers, or Waxman. In the meantime, Republicans are eager to throw everybody on their own side overboard and under the bus. There hasn't been a single hearing on Feinstein and her husband by Pat Leahy, John Conyers, or Henry Waxman. There won't be, either, folks. There won't be any editorials demanding these hearings, either. They want to protect these liberals. They want to help them with their mantra about the Republicans' culture of corruption. And it burns me up.

--Rush Limbaugh
September 10, 2007

6 Comments:

Blogger Erudite Redneck said...

I just checked Google News and there were 2,189 articles about Norman Hsu.

And I also saw where Hillary was giving back a buttload of money that he rounded up for her.

Anybody who relies on any one or two, or even three sources for news -- especially if it's all TV -- deserves to be stupid and uninformed.

September 10, 2007 11:40 PM  
Blogger ELAshley said...

Articles... phfft... where's the moral outrage and constant nattering from Media? Where's the endless calls for investigations?

Stupid and uniformed, huh? As opposed to what? Ignorant and hypocritical? Get yerself a shorter horse, mister high-and-mighty.

September 10, 2007 11:59 PM  
Blogger Erudite Redneck said...

Stupid and uninformed as opposed to people who rely on the printed word, as opposed to bloviating fools, for news and information. You're damn right I'm poud to be an ink-stained wretch. And you should be ashamed to work where you do, considering what you think of the media. The fact is the print horse IS higher than the TV-Cable-Internet horse, it always has been and it always will be.

As for the missing outrage; It's burned up over the greater cime of this presidency, its fool's errand in Iraq and George W. Bush's personal disdain for any and all who dqare disgree with him. What's a little campaign finance crime compared to the biggest strategic failure and the most immoral war in American history? Nada.

September 11, 2007 12:44 PM  
Blogger ELAshley said...

What a tool you are! You, Dan, BenT...

[sighs and laughs...]

This nation is doomed unless your breed and ideology die an swift and ignoble death.

September 11, 2007 12:53 PM  
Anonymous BenT - the Unbeliever said...

I know Conservatives sites probably aren't talking about them, but still you must admit that Norman Hsu is weak cover compared to the 13 republican congress members indicted/convicted/under investigation this year! That's not even mentioning the people associated with republican presidential campaigns who are in trouble with the law.

September 11, 2007 2:27 PM  
Anonymous BenT - the Unbeliever said...

I should say that upon driving down to Esto, FL I was surprised to hear NPR's "All Things Considered" dedicate the first ten minutes of their show to the Norman Hsu scandal. I mean jeez! Didn't they get the double secret memo detailing how no one was supposed to mention this?

September 11, 2007 6:20 PM  

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