Limbaugh Describes Obama’s New Immigration Policy: ‘Catch, Release, Vote’


Rush Limbaugh has, surprise, a few issues with Barack Obama‘s immigration policy change. “What this is,” he said, “is ‘catch, release, vote.'”

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“The President is in full panic mode,” he continued. “He’s not keeping his powder dry until the fall. He is not — Why? Because people are paying attention. And we don’t like what we’re seeing or what we’re getting from Obama. First the churches, then women, then Bain Capital, then gays and now this. They’re just throwing everything up against the wall.”

To prove he’d seen this coming from afar, Limbaugh then played a clip from July 30th of 2010, in which he denounced the “dictatorial nature of this regime” in reference to the Obama administration, warning listeners that “hey are looking at ways to grant amnesty en masse without legislation.”

The next two things the Obama administration will look into putting into effect — without Congress’ approval — Limbaugh predicts are 1) forgiving student loans “if they have to in this campaign,” and 2) perhaps even forgiving mortgage debt.

That Obama made this policy change, he continued, is not what’s desperate. Rather, it’s the timing of the change that points to panic. “He thinks that his voters, the takers,” Limbaugh explained, “outnumber the Catholics, the people who don’t like the whole notion of same-sex marriage who are opposed to ever-expanding entitlement programs. And now this. He thinks that the black vote and the Hispanic vote and the feminist vote and all these other constituency groups are gonna add up to an electoral coalition over the rest of the country, which I’ll call, for the purposes of this discussion, ‘the producers.'”

“How much more brazen does this guy have to be?” asked Limbaugh, referring to the President. “Does this help put in context ‘I hope he fails’?”

Have a listen, via The Rush Limbaugh Show:

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