On his syndicated radio show Thursday afternoon, conservative host Rush Limbaugh made the case that America would withstand another four years of President Obama, but should be more worried about the majority of “morons” who would vote to re-elect him.
Limbaugh lamented a recent Pew study that found 52-percent of middle class adults said a second Obama term would help the middle class, saying that it is “demoralizing” and shows that “what a good job the news media and the education system have done in dumbing down the country.”
Despite his lamentations, however, Limbaugh took an optimistic outlook, saying that he refuses to “fall prey to attempts to demoralize and dispirit everybody.”
“I think that the country could survive four more years of Obama,” he said. “But I don’t believe the country can survive in a country full of people who would re-elect him.”
“We can handle Obama, but I don’t know what we can do about a majority of people who would re-elect the guy,” the host clarified. Limbaugh made the case that Obama is “going for the moron vote,” and he believes that the Democrats have “calculated that there a majority of morons that are going to vote, and they’re going to win them.”
Obama’s voters, Limbaugh contends, only care whether a candidate’s policies will cause an “interruption with what [government handouts] they’re getting.”
“Biden is the poster boy for the moron vote,” the host continued. “We’ve got a guy here just as moronic as you are, just as stupid as you are, and look at him, he’s the vice president.”
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