“The Democrats’ strategy of diverting attention from their failures with attacks on Rush Limbaugh continues,” John Hinderaker writes at www.powerlineblog.com.
“They have been holding a contest among the party faithful; the Democrats intend to erect an antiRush billboard ‘where Rush can’t miss it,’ which I assume means near his home or studio in Florida. [On March 10] the Democratic Party sent out an e-mail saying that they have received ‘tens of thousands’ of submissions. These are the five finalists:
“Americans didn’t vote for a Rush to failure.
“Hope and change cannot be Rush’d.
“Failure is not an option for America’s future.
“We can fix America, just don’t Rush it. “Rush: Say yes to America. Mr. Hinderaker commented: “Wow. I’d hate to see the other entries.
“It’s quite remarkable that the Democratic Party, with guidance from the White House, is running this silly campaign against a private citizen. Can you imagine the Republican Party, on instructions from President Bush, erecting anti-Michael Moore billboards