Thursday, March 5, 2009

In defense of Rush Limbaugh, who needs no defense

Who's calling who ugly? Paul Begala, who shares one plus among Democrat pundits as being the second-ugliest amongst them. James Carville gets top billing. Just seeing that guy's cadaverous pug gives me the heeby jeebies. But even though Begala isn't quite as ugly as Carville, if he and Rush Limbaugh had a beauty contest, who would win? Would both lose?

Anyway, Emmett Tyrrell comes to Rush Limbaugh's defense by pointing out just what pot is calling the kettle black. When you can't argue effectively against a man's message, what doth the nasty pundits of the left do? They attack the man, of course.
WASHINGTON -- "Rush is the bloated face and drug-addled voice of the Republican Party," Paul Begala is quoted as saying by The Washington Post. Begala is asseverating on Rush Limbaugh, the most popular radio commentator in the country, but alas, one who disagrees with Begala. I think it speaks volumes about Begala's obliviousness that he would bring up physical traits in attempting to make some political point. Has he beheld himself in a mirror lately? Even friends know him as "The Skull," owing to his cadaverous countenance.

You may only have seen him on television. I have had the gruesome experience of seeing him in the flesh. We were in the makeup room being cosmeticized for appearances on a cable television show. The artiste attending to the crevices, the gullies and the bumps of Begala's unfortunate face had to apply so much makeup to it that when he left the makeup room, it looked as though he was wearing plaster of Paris. During the ensuing debate, he may have laughed at one or two of my jokes, or he may have frowned. It was impossible to tell. His ghoulish features were covered up completely.

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