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Why Rush Limbaugh thinks this site is 'unfriendly'





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Recently, I posted an article by Huffington Post contributor,
Terry Leach, entitled: Hillary Clinton's 'Victory' in Pennsylvania: The Rush Limbaugh Effect.

The article discusses the potential impact on the primary numbers by those influenced to change their registration from Republican to Democrat, in order to vote for Hillary Clinton, as part of Limbaugh's "Operation Chaos."


Today, I was informed that Mr. Limbaugh
had mentioned this on his radio show:
Rush Limbaugh: 'I stumbled across something called The Environmentalist.org, but it's a blog on environmentalists. It was posted on Saturday: "Hillary Clinton's 'Victory' in Pennsylvania: The Rush Limbaugh Effect." And he goes on to analyze what all happened there. He said, "Something's not right." He goes on to analyze even more, and then says, "I believe that Rush's Operation Chaos is at play here and authenticity has nothing to do with too may new Democratic registrants in the last contests. This re-registration is, I believe, being undertaken at Rush's suggestion to cynically stretch this contest out -- as long as possible -- so that Hillary's promised kitchen sink theory -- will end up driving both candidates' negatives through the roof so that neither is likely to win against McCain. Voters in upcoming contests will always be swayed by the outcome of preceding contests. It's human nature to be influenced by the wisdom of those who've gone before us. But if I'm right -- and the outcome in Pennsylvania, and perhaps Mississippi, Texas, and Ohio were influenced by Rush's call to Republicans to keep Hillary in the race longer --Democratic voters in Indiana and North Carolina, and the states that follow, deserve to know that we're being manipulated."

This is not a friendly blog.'

I beg to differ.

THE ENVIRONMENTALIST
is a very friendly blog (site, actually, we don't take comments), where contributors post about geopolitics, the environment and other subjects of interest -- not as a rule on environmentalists themselves -- and Terry Leach, a respected activist and former Democratic strategist, is a she, not a he.

Ms. Leach's response, upon hearing of Mr. Limbaugh's broadcast: "it is human nature to dismiss those out-of-hand that you either don't respect, those that you don't wish to empower or to acknowledge as to the impact of their actions. However, if there is any truth to the possibility that "Operation Chaos" is having an impact, it should be explored to determine if those changing their registration are doing so out of their own beliefs or because they hope to influence the process."


Mr. Limbaugh closed by saying "everyone is talking about Operation Chaos."


Apparently, thanks to Mr. Limbaugh, they are now talking about
THE ENVIRONMENTALIST, as well.

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