What are Rush Limbaugh’s views on the Affordable Care Act?
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Rush Limbaugh has become a political lightning rod over the past few weeks.
On Friday, the conservative radio host suggested that the government was trying to “take away your guns”.
On Sunday, he suggested that he and other Republican leaders had been duped by the left, that Democrats were “running” the country and were not being honest about the Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA).
The remarks were part of an interview with Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.
Rush’s views have not been widely covered in the media, and his appearance at the White House on Monday was not widely advertised.
A tweet from the president’s account on Monday morning read: We are the greatest country in the world.
We’re going to win this thing!
In the days that followed, the President and other White House officials defended Limbaugh’s remarks, and Rush said that the President had made the right decision in taking a position that is different from his own.
“The President is doing what I said I was going to do,” Rush said on Fox News Sunday.
“We are in this election year, this time of the year, we are the great country.
And we’re going out and winning.
The president was right, he was going out there and saying, ‘Look, we’re not the best.
In response to Limbaugh’s comments, the White Nationalist Movement (NAM) said on Twitter: This is why we need to unite against Rush Limbaugh. “
What we’re trying to do is get our country back on track and get us back to work on things like tax reform and jobs and the deficit.”
In response to Limbaugh’s comments, the White Nationalist Movement (NAM) said on Twitter: This is why we need to unite against Rush Limbaugh.
He is a hate-monger who does not know what he is talking about.
#RUSHLIMBAUGH#NAM #whitenazi movement.
#whitecountry #blacknation#whitepeople#rashlimbaugh The hashtag #NAMBlacknation was trending on Twitter on Monday.
But the White Supremacist League, an offshoot of the National Socialist Movement, said that Limbaugh’s statements were “just a distraction” from the importance of repealing the ACA.
White Suprimeptists have often blamed the ACA for the economic crisis in the US, and their actions have been largely aimed at Republicans in Congress.
The League is the second most active racist hate group on the internet.
The American Nazi Party, a far-right organisation, has a Twitter account and Facebook page.
In an interview on The Young Turks, a popular left-leaning media outlet, the group’s founder, Joshua Goldstein, called Limbaugh’s statement a “political ploy” to distract from the ACA’s failings.
“This is what they want to do.
It’s all a political ploy.
They want to try to turn people away from the fact that they are losing jobs, that they have to take care of their healthcare, that it’s hurting the economy,” he said.
“It’s all just a political move to distract people from the truth that this is the worst thing that’s happened to this country since the end of slavery.”
On Monday, Rush called for the President to “come down to this” and “say what you want to say”, but said that he did not believe the President was “telling the truth”. “
If you’re a member of the American Nazi Movement, you can’t do this to America.”
On Monday, Rush called for the President to “come down to this” and “say what you want to say”, but said that he did not believe the President was “telling the truth”.
“What the President’s saying, you know, he’s not telling the truth,” Rush told O’Connor.
But you can just say what you think about it.””
There are some things he said yesterday that are very much in line with what I think the President said yesterday, and if you are a member, you should feel free to say that.
But you can just say what you think about it.”
Rush Limbaugh has become a political lightning rod over the past few weeks.On Friday, the conservative radio host suggested that…