Limbaugh apologizes to student... for "insulting words choices" - page 7

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    Quote from herring_rn
    “rush limbaugh, in that apology, said he was trying to be humorous. i don’t know any woman in america that thinks being called a **** is funny.” debbie wasseman-schultz

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/debbie-wa...***-is-a-joke/

    is this the same debbie wasserman-schultz who was a guest on the bill maher show?
    you know, the one who called palin a **** and a c-word?
    ah....yes, that's not funny also.
    Last edit by Medic2RN on Mar 6, '12
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    Medic RN sez: "Is this the same Debbie Wasserman-Schultz who was a guest on the Bill Maher show?
    You know, the one who called Palin a **** and a C-word?
    Ah...yes, that's not funny also."

    Neither was his comment that Sarah Palin wanted to, um, I don't know if I can even camouflage the word he used here, Herman Cain. Not funny, not classy, certainly not respectful to those he was talking about.
    Last edit by sirI on Mar 6, '12 : Reason: referred to edite post
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    it seems to me the president is concerned about all of us. that would include people who disagree with him and certainly includes women and girls who are not his daughters. (jmho)
    president obama said that when he called sandra fluke to express support after the crude comments of rush limbaugh, he did so thinking of his own young daughters.

    "one of the things i want them to do as they get older is engage in issues they care about, even ones i may not agree with them on. i want them to be able to speak their mind in a civil and thoughtful way. and i don't want them attacked or called horrible names because they're being good citizens," he said at a white house news conference tuesday.

    "i wanted sandra to know that i thought her parents should be proud of her, and that we want to send a message to all our young people that being part of a democracy involves argument and disagreements and debate. and we want you to be engaged, and there's a way to do it in a way that doesn't involve you being demeaned and insulted." - rush limbaugh: obama says he thought of daughters when he called sandra fluke - latimes.com
    officially candidates are not supposed to be involved with a super-pac. - super pacs, candidates blur lines ahead of nov. 6
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    I wonder if the President has ever called any conservative women who have been treated in such a manner to tell them their parents should be proud of them. Just a thought.
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    Quote from tntrn
    Medic RN sez: "Is this the same Debbie Wasserman-Schultz who was a guest on the Bill Maher show?
    You know, the one who called Palin a **** and a C-word?
    Ah...yes, that's not funny also."

    Neither was his comment that Sarah Palin wanted to, um, I don't know if I can even camouflage the word he used here, Herman Cain. Not funny, not classy, certainly not respectful to those he was talking about.
    You forgot the link - http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sh...so-why-did-she
    Last edit by sirI on Mar 6, '12 : Reason: quoted edited post
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    I am still unable to use the quote button in this new format on my desktop computer. If I could do that, life on AN would be so much better.
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    Quote from Medic2RN
    Is this the same Debbie Wasserman-Schultz who was a guest on the Bill Maher show?
    You know, the one who called Palin a **** and a C-word?
    Ah...yes, that's not funny also.
    Most likely. She puts the hairs up on the back of my neck, too.
    Last edit by sirI on Mar 6, '12 : Reason: quoted edited post
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    i don't like bill maher. never saw his show. changed the channel when he was on with larry king. he was rude and inappropriate even on regular tv. i don't want to know how profane he is on cable.
    does that make personal attacks and calling women names ok?

    ron paul on his show - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9zjganohla
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    herring: I don't think calling names or personal attacks are okay, but it's also not okay to say it's okay for some to do it and not for others. I think that's part of the problem....there is hypocrisy, probably from both sides.
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    Quote from tntrn
    herring: I don't think calling names or personal attacks are okay, but it's also not okay to say it's okay for some to do it and not for others. I think that's part of the problem....there is hypocrisy, probably from both sides.
    I'll end this conversation now because you know, as I've said over and over, (Gee Tweety tell us what you really think) that I think it's a very lame argument that when someone has a legitimate complaint to negate it with a tit for tat and not even acknowledge the complaint.

    It's not fair for me to make the complaint about Limbaugh and have you point out what other people other than myself have done in the past. Yeah there is hypocrisy but am I a hypocrite because I happen to liberal and don't like Limbaugh and complain about what he called Ms. Fluke? Rhetorical question because I'm through talking to you about it.

    There would be no complaints whatsoever ever if the only things we could complain about were tit for tat free complaints.
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