For a group of people who generally express themselves with such muscular bombast, it's always amusing to watch the far-right mouthpieces pee their pants like two-year-olds.
First, Rush Limbaugh throws an honest-to-God temper tantrum over the NFL's decision to thwart his proposed purchase of a minority stake in the St. Louis Rams. (For the uninitiated, Limbaugh loves football the way he loves chocolate chip cookies, Oxycontin and Viagra.) His response to the failed bid? Call the entire National Football League racist and claim that it's infested with liberalism.
"They [Democrats] have to have a villain to advance everything, because they cannot sell their ideas. They had to demonize me with false, fake, made up quotes. To protect their precious little — National Football League as an outpost of racism and liberalism, which is what it is."
Yes. Because when I think anti-American weenie-liberal menace, I think football.
Cut to the pretend-half-baked clown prince of Fox News, Glenn Beck, who once again turned on the waterworks yesterday afternoon because -- well, really, who the hell cares why? You know that anything that comes out of Beck's mouth won't make a lick of sense but will draw huge numbers -- as it's intended to.
Just remember, folks. These people expect you to take them seriously.