|Aww, look at him, counting the numbers of functioning synapses in his head|
Again, in the file of “proof that there’s no conspiracy theory Rush Limbaugh won’t push to oppose Obama’s administration”:
I want to get back to the timing of the blowing up, the explosion out there in the Gulf of Mexico of this oil rig. ... Now, lest we forget, ladies and gentlemen, the carbon tax bill, cap and trade, that was scheduled to be announced on Earth Day. I remember that. And then it was postponed for a couple of days later after Earth Day, and then of course immigration has now moved in front of it. But this bill, the cap-and-trade bill, was strongly criticized by hardcore environmentalist wackos because it supposedly allowed more offshore drilling and nuclear plants, nuclear plant investment. So, since they're sending SWAT teams down there, folks, since they're sending SWAT teams to inspect the other rigs, what better way to head off more oil drilling, nuclear plants, than by blowing up a rig? I'm just noting the timing here.
Ezra Klein sums this up pretty well:
Is there literally nothing this man can say that will convince Republicans to disavow him?
But why would the Grand Orchestrated Party distance themselves from one of their most accurate and credible representatives?