Rush Limbaugh Addresses The Real Crisis

Rush Limbaugh Addresses The Real Crisis

On Friday Rush Limbaugh Explained His Statement made earlier this week about Being Ashamed Of His Country. (video below)

Limbaugh had explained that both parties desire to keep spending and will use scare tactics whenever the idea of reducing government programs comes up.

“To be watching all of this, to have my intelligence, all of us, to have our common sense and intelligence insulted the way it is, it just makes me ashamed, Seriously man, here we get worked up over 44 billion dollars, that’s the total amount of money that will not be spent that was scheduled to be spent this year.” …”I’ve said the same things over and over for 25 years, regardless who is in power, It’s the same stuff, it’s the same threats, it’s the same arguments, over and over nothing ever changes. We just keep spending more money, we create more dependency, we get more and more irresponsible, one crisis to the next, all of them manufactured, Except for the real crisis that nobody ever addresses and that is we can’t afford it.” Rush

Good inspiration to motivate conservatives to rise up and start spreading the word to the low information voters.

Thanks Rush! As always man, YOU ARE THE ORIGIN OF COOL!



  1. ‘The Origin of Cool’, Right on! Right on! Right on! Great job, Alexis, he has always been spot on! I’ve been a daily listener of his since ’91…. He is right something like 99.6% of the time. Lol.

    If Rush can’t get conservatives motivated to show it to the low-information voters, then we are in sad, sad shape!!

    Lewis T

    • Hi Lewis,
      Thanks for stopping by. I’ve listened to Rush since the Clinton years also.We thought things were bad then, right? If only we could go back,lol. I like that number -> 99.6% I see you figured out how to fix your profile photo. It looks good upright. God bless ya!

  2. I feel like the government is playing a game on how much debt we can get into before the people run us over….. I can’t say that I blame him for being ashamed. I am somewhat ashamed. I am only twenty-eight and I am worried, seriously worried, about my retirement and how my kids lives are going to be in another twenty years when they are all grown. This is sad, very sad and we can’t blame anyone except for our government.

  3. It is about time that someone said it like it should be said. I am a huge fan of his and the government makes me sick. We need someone who is going to take control and see what damage is done and try to fix the damage. I know that this can’t all be fixed in one night but it’s like we aren’t even trying to fix it. I don’t even think that they care about us anymore and people are getting fed up with all the crap that they proclaim is what they “have” to do. they don’t have to do it, they chose to because they believe that money grows on trees or that they can continue to tax us until we are broke. You know what?! how about they don’t pay themselves until this issue is resolved. How about that?!

  4. Why in the world are we continuing to get into debt? Debt has long been an issue but it is also one that we can resolve. What happened to them using a budget? Heck, I use a budget and I don’t spend more than I have so why do they think they can? I have more questions than answers and I don’t feel that we will ever get an answer but I am not like a lot of citizens, I am not one to keep my mouth shut about issues like this, not when it affects me and my children. It’s nice to see them all living it up in their nice fancy houses while we all pay the price for their negligence.

  5. Rush Limbaugh is my hero because he always speaks the truth and tells it like it is. He has the courage to speak up for Americans against our government and he always keeps us in the loop. He knows his politics and I am grateful for people like him. Keep up the good work and you to Queen of Liberty!

  6. And they wonder why people no longer trust their government. what makes them think that we can trust them when they take our hard earned money, tax the crap out of it, and then spend it loosely? Our government has some serious issues.

  7. I don’t know if my last post stuck so here it goes again. They wonder why the people don’t trust their government. Maybe it is because they take our hard earned money, tax the crap out of it, and then spend it loosely. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that if you keep doing this, people are going to lose faith.

  8. Paula Schol says:

    It is like they are playing head games. I understand that the war cost a lot of money and that it takes time to pull our troops out of their but really?! I don’t even understand why we are still over there anyways. What the heck is this new war about and if it is costing us millions upon millions of dollars, then what justification does it ensue when it is making us crumble?

  9. I don’t think that I could be more ticked off than I am now. I know that the war cost a lot of money and I understand that it takes a while to pull our troops out but enough is enough. There should be a simplified budget with a little lead room such as what the one comment says, and once they hit that budget, they need to start figuring out other means of paying for things. WE are in debt way over our heads and yet they feel it is okay for us to keep giving them money. What the hell is there to fight for if we can’t even trust our own government to make rational decisions?

  10. Christina Carter says:

    He is right, they are spending money that they don’t have and for what reason? Every other county knows that we are in way over our heads and digging an even further ditch.

  11. Have you looked at the government spending chart? You can view it at and you can see how much they have spent since 2000. It has increased massively. It shows that welfare spending has went down but the interest that we are paying is outrageous.

  12. It is estimated that by 2017 we will be paying 700 billion dollars in interest alone which is up from 2010 in which the actual interest was 300 billion. 400 billion dollar difference. I know that this is only an estimate but really?!

  13. Kelly Henson says:

    We have a 3.8 trillion dollar budget this year and yet the government is still spending beyond their means. 3.8 trillion…..mmmmmm….. sorry, I was dreaming of what I could do with 3.8 trillion, you know, like get out of debt

  14. Doug Carel says:

    You know, I really hate being in the middle class. I feel like I am always the one who get’s screwed. It’s like, Oh were are in debt let’s tax the middle class. Yeah, I know the rich get taxed as well but I fall into that category where I earn to much to qualify for anything but not enough to actually do anything. It’s almost worth it to be in the lower class since I probably struggle more than they do anyways. Can’t afford food but don’t qualify for food stamps, can’t afford to pay rent but don’t qualify for housing, but hey! lets give them some more of my money to pay off this stupid debt.

  15. Donald Pennington says:

    Limbaugh talks about how it doesn’t matter who is in power and he is right. It’s like the same thing keeps happening but the price keeps going up so we continue to spend the same or even more knowing that we can’t pay it back. Shame on the US.

  16. Randell Ussery says:

    People are becoming scared and for good reason. They don’t trust the government, they don’t trust their neighbors, they are scared that they will wake up and their homes are going to be gone (which by the way happened to a lot of folks), they are just scared. Then we have the government telling us that everything is going to be alright. Since when is everything going to be alright?I am scared that I won’t be able to afford to fee my family as it is and I have them to thank for this mess that we are in.

  17. Kim Morris says:

    I heard him say not to long ago that we should freeze the budget for five years. I believe that he is right. I think that a part of it should be frozen for a few years so that it can build and we can eventually get out of debt. As it is, we aren’t doing anything but creating a whirlwind of trouble and it tears me up inside. Where are we going to be in another 10 or 20 years? Will there be anything left of us?

  18. Boone Terrence says:

    I have to agree with Limbaugh, people are starting to hate this country and the ones who don’t hate it are seriously dissapointed in it. Why do our taxes keep being raised yet I don’t see much happening with them? Our schools are turning to crap, everyone is scared of losing their jobs, Children are being forced to grow up faster because their parents have to work two jobs each to keep food on the table, It’s becoming a scary place to live. What happened to the American dream? I will tell you what happened to it, it was flushed down the toilet along with the economy.

  19. Whitney Pedan says:

    I don’t know if I should be writing this on here but I am going to anyways and people can judge me if they want. I voted for Obama the first time around. It was the first time that I had ever voted and I felt proud to vote but I felt like I was voting for the lesser of two evils. I didn’t vote this last election because I felt like what the people wanted didn’t matter anymore. We are in debt and I don’t know if we will ever get out of it. I am scared just like the rest of America and I am worried that if they keep increasing our taxes to pay for some of this junk that they feel justified in paying for, I am not going to be able to afford to live. We are already suffering and it’s like they can’t see it.

  20. Mark Hayes says:

    You want to talk about debt? We are in so far over our heads that even Micheal Jordan can’t grasp it. What the heck is wrong with our government? Yeah, lets spend money that we don’t have. Makes no sense at all to me and probably not to them either yet they keep on doing it. When will they learn?

  21. shannon blake says:

    Like Rush Limbaugh said, we can’t afford it. So why do we insist on spending money that we don’t have knowing that we are never going to be out of debt. These countries that we borrow from probably know that in a way, they own us because we simply can’t pay them back. Shoot, we can’t even make our own live comfortable.

  22. Cassidy Montoya says:

    People need to become informed about our government and the spending. We need to figure out a way to make them listen to us. I know I am basically rambling because I don’t feel that they will ever listen to us. I have been told all my life that if you don’t like something, figure out a way to change it. I don’t think that my dad knew back then that the government would be this messed up. It’s like they are hiding behind hidden cloaks.

  23. I know that Limbaugh talks a lot about what he believes and tries to get us all informed but what can we do. I mean, seriously what can we do? We can’t argue with the government and tell them that they are stupid and making irrational decisions? So what can we do?

  24. Well said! I agree that there are “low information voters”. I recently realized that maybe I should face the fact that this has happened not just because both sides are indifferent but because most of the voters/citizens are as well. From where I stand, it seems obvious that people are not interested in being free and don’t realize what it means anymore. The generations that have been born into this cycle don’t understand what life would be like any other way. It is hard for them to imagine a government that doesn’t spend, doesn’t create social programs en-mass and doesn’t have a “job creation” obsession. But this is what they know and even though the alternative might be better they need to be educated about what it would be like. I think that’s the best way for conservatives to educate others. To give them a realistic picture of what smaller government is in an accessible way.

  25. Todd Raymond says:

    It is easy to scare the public into a false sense of security when the current message from media, community organizations and schools portrays the necessity of government spending. It’s sad that government’s active role in the economy is still taught in the best selling economic textbooks for universities. Obviously, this argument that the government is needed for people to work and live is running deep in the country’s message to it’s people. Pat Buchanan once estimated that if you wanted to pull out all the troops stationed in South Korea alone, up to ten thousand people who are supported by financing the military bases there would loose their jobs. Just one example, but these kinds of quotes have a powerful impact on voters.

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