My radio contemporary, Rush Limbaugh, gets his salary from a company that has been going under and which has laid off thousands of its employees. Let me just say how cool it is to walk into a room and meet people who have just been arguing about something you recently said or wrote. It is infinitely more difficult to generate such a discussion than may be imagined by folks that don’t do such a thing for a living. Even [and especially] Rush’s new rivals, Beck and Palin, are blessed because they really are not saying anything, from a content point of view, and generating excitement, kind of like eating potato chips dipped in sauce. So it would be really good if the GOP could find someone other than Gingrich to talk for them.
John “Suntan” Boehner [Bay-ner] may be a Newt protégé but a speaker he ain't. He is still going to the bathroom just to look at himself in the mirror, pat his face, light a cigarette, drop to his knees and say, “He said my name on TV. He said my name. Eight times! Thank you, Mr. President. No more little blue pills. Someone’s got to talk to my mentor.” He has a constitutional right to privacy.
That is why I want the GOP to return to government: balance. I look forward to debating Rush, the former voice of the GOP. We both became disc-jockeys when we were in high school – he was the chubby and I was the lanky with ears. Our idols included Don Imus and Larry Lujack. I am selfish about such stuff and I love to digress.
The Republicans need to come back to governing so there are prize fighters in the ring. The GOP can train, return to health, and help re-elect the president.