Sunday, November 16, 2008

Limbaugh: "Sanctimonious Stone Throwers"

In David Limbaugh's latest column titled "Sanctimonious Stone Throwers," he discusses Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's treatment by elitists from both sides of the aisle:
God bless Sarah Palin, and shame on elitists from both sides of the aisle who have denigrated, demonized and dissed her. I don't care how many "smartest people in the room" types offer pseudo-sophisticated analyses to prove she was a drag on the GOP presidential ticket. They are all manifestly and embarrassingly wrong -- and woefully out of touch -- which is par for the course for elitists.
He also points out:
Speaking of elitists, it's time to address their contempt for rural and southern America, particularly their ongoing smear of the South (and, truth be told, rank-and-file conservative Republicans) as racist.
Mr. Limbaugh also goes after reporters who have slandered voters in Southern states as racists and poorly educated, and does a good job sorting out the accusations and smug attitudes.


Anonymous said...

The fact that you can't spell "sanctimonious" even though Limbaugh did suggests that you have no business using the term and that you don't know what it means.

Lynn R. Mitchell said...

Feel better?