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Christmas without Rush Limbaugh

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Posted By: pros7767, 12/24/2021 11:17:42 AM

Millions of us are experiencing a terrible void in the absence of Rush Limbaugh this Christmas. Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” contains a character soliciting charitable donations, who reminds Scrooge that “want and grief are both felt keenly during this festive season.” Though critics (most of whom never listened to him) will never understand, Rush Limbaugh was undeniably loved by so many of us. As we celebrate what may be the last shared American tradition, Christmas, Rush’s absence is palpably felt — his voice is being missed.

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I truly miss Rush. However, in some ways, I'm happy he did not live to see the destruction of the country he loved and fought so hard to save over his 32 years. RIP Rush in God's Glory!

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Melanie 12/24/2021 11:20:06 AM (No. 1017626)
Mega Dittos!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Avikingman 12/24/2021 11:25:34 AM (No. 1017635)
We miss you Rush, but we still love you. RIP and Merry Christmas!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: vrb8m 12/24/2021 11:36:34 AM (No. 1017648)
Lord, I miss him every single day.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: GustoGrabber 12/24/2021 11:37:29 AM (No. 1017652)
the new guys suck. If you wanted to make sure that the legacy of the guy who united the deplorables ended with him, that is to say, if the establishment that ignores the populist conservative constitutional Americans that makes up Rush's audience wanted to reduce the influence of that radio network, these would be the guys you would choose. Weak dull, willing to avoid confrontation.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: snapper451 12/24/2021 11:37:35 AM (No. 1017653)
I think, every day, how much we miss Rush and what he could be doing to save America from the Xiden regime.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 12/24/2021 11:41:30 AM (No. 1017657)
I sometimes wonder if the 2020 election debacle didn't put the final nail in Rush's coffin. It must have broken his heart to see his beloved country's elections corrupted to put a senile corruptocrat puppet in the presidency. Rest in peace, dear Rush. You're better off where you are now.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: DVC 12/24/2021 11:42:26 AM (No. 1017659)
I still miss Rush every time I get in my car around lunch time. I would always turn on Rush and get a funny, friendly, SENSIBLE look at the day's political landscape.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: snakeoil 12/24/2021 11:49:00 AM (No. 1017670)
I miss Rush. Agreed with him on 99% of what he said. But what I miss the most is the humor. He did an imitation of Larry King that sounded more like Larry King than Larry King. And those musical parodies by Paul Shanklin et al. The Feminist Update. The Animal Rights Update. And when Slick was elected: America Held Hostage Day One until he finally left. The closest thing to him is Greg Gutfield who is a tad too vulgar for my taste. I don't need digestive track humor. I wish I had recorded some of Rush. My all time favorite is his parsing of Slick's statement: I did NOT have sex with that woman, Miss Whatever Her Name Was.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Ashley Brenton 12/24/2021 11:53:49 AM (No. 1017677)
Rush had predicted for some time that when elections no longer serve the Left's purpose, they will simply render elections meaningless.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: KayJayMac 12/24/2021 12:06:02 PM (No. 1017690)
I love and miss you, Rush. Merry, merry CHRISTmas in heaven.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Luke21 12/24/2021 12:19:04 PM (No. 1017713)
No one can or could replace him. He was with us through many hard times. Now he is with the master and completely healed. God bless his great memory and Merry Christmas.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Illinois Mom 12/24/2021 12:23:43 PM (No. 1017717)
I too miss Rush terribly. Michael Berry is sitting in for Clay and Buck today and the entire show will be a tribute to Rush. I would never have believed that I would have grieved so long for someone I have never actually met. I heard that tomorrow's show will be a "Best of Clay and Buck" which I find a joke. They try hard but they fall far, far short on wisdom. Being only in their early 40's, they can't help it. They need to find someone who is a cross between Mark Steyn and Victor Davis Hansen who was born and raised in the heartland. Love you Rush.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 12/24/2021 12:32:36 PM (No. 1017726)
Yep. There are times I find myself wondering what Rush would have had to say about things, and times I am glad he isn't around to see what is going on. He always prided himself on keeping his cool on air, but I think this would have absolutely been over the line for him, and he would have melted down on a number of occasions. RIP Rush, we sure do miss you. But I bet we don't miss him nearly as much as Bo Snerdley does.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: DVC 12/24/2021 12:39:37 PM (No. 1017738)
I listened to the new show about 15 minutes one time. Haven't bothered since. Not even close.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: mc squared 12/24/2021 12:41:37 PM (No. 1017743)
Like Pavlov's dogs, when it's noon here in the east, I still want to reach for the radio. Thanks for giving us 30 years Rush.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: lakerman1 12/24/2021 12:43:33 PM (No. 1017746)
I'm tearing up, thinking about Rush. During my 31 years as an arbitrator, driving more miles than anyone should have to, no matter what State I was in, I could find Rush on my car radio during 20 years of that career.. And with just one exception, (Cleveland, Ohio, where I recall Rush was inexplicably on a one hour delay) I could be mentally engaged with a really smart guy, live. He was a part of our lives, like no one ever before or since. I never tried to call him, but don't regret that. Listening was enough. And now, can you people imagine how much fun he would be having, taking Dementia Jo apart? And Kamala Sutra? And Peter the Homosexual? Austin? Millay? Little Anthony the Imperious? It would be astonishingly good and funny! I like to consider, from time to time, what an honest historian would say, 100 years from now, about the most significant, influential political figure of American history/politics. Benjamin Franklin? Alexander Hamilton? Will Rogers? Mark Twain? I would have to cast my ballot for Rush.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Gina 12/24/2021 1:01:02 PM (No. 1017765)
I miss Rush so much. He was from the Mid west and kept to his values and beliefs. Most of these talk show host are from either the east or left coast and have never understood. They don't have half of the wisdom that Rush had. I've listened to some of the other programs and the worst is Hugh Hewett. I do like Dennis Prager but even he is from an eastern state and, being jewish, does not understand Christians. Prager does not want Trump to run again and he's the best president we've had in a long time. I would tune in to listen to Victor David Hanson. He'd be my first choice. Would also listen to Mark Stein because he does not repeat what everyone else says and is at least original, thought provoking, and makes a lot of sense most of the time.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Jiobaobubai 12/24/2021 1:44:31 PM (No. 1017805)
Share emotions with the others on here that have expressed their deep sadness at losing someone we never met. I listened to Rush since 91, almost everyday. It feels like someone is missing from my home. While Clay and Buck were okay as occasional substitutes, they are not cutting it and it seems almost vulgar to try. Let Rush's legacy stand on it's own and leave it alone. I have switched over to Dan Bongino who is completely different from Rush and has stated many times he is not trying to, nor can he be Rush. But he is sincere and that is what I like about him.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Newtsche 12/24/2021 1:46:44 PM (No. 1017806)
We are the kids Rush never had, even those of us older than Rush. Like all good dads, Rush taught us well, he gave us a perspective that carries on. And no, there is no other Rush out there right now, maybe there will be. Until then give Jessie Kelly a listen if you can. He seems genuine and passionate and I'll take that, all else considered.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: padiva 12/24/2021 2:13:08 PM (No. 1017826)
Ken Matthews is starting a national radio program. I listen to him in Harrisburg PA. Buck Sexton is fine except when he is complaining about living in NYC. The solution is to move to a happier location. I feel like I'm listening to 2 men have a conversation. I'm not a spectator.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: FJB 12/24/2021 2:21:43 PM (No. 1017835)
Mega Tears. Thank you all. L.Com is a Patriot's heaven.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: Timber Queen 12/24/2021 2:26:18 PM (No. 1017839)
I agree the new guys suck. Best to leave Rush's legacy to loyal listeners to put it into action. I married late at age 34, in 1988. Being a single gal for so long I was, of course, a liberal Democrat. I had subscriptions to Ms, Mother Jones and the Utne Reader. Its a wonder TK took me on, except it was true love. We would talk politics at dinner, but TK's argument always bested me. I'd heard about this new conservative guy named Rush Limbaugh and started to listen to his show to learn the opposition arguments. I would then be prepared for the dinner discussion. I was a so slow learner - a lot of mush to get out my skull - and I voted for Clinton in 1992. I couldn't stand Daddy Bush - at least Mother Jones was right about his CIA black activities. When Clinton immediately instituted "Don't ask, don't tell", against his promises, it was my last straw. I changed my registration to Republican before BJ was in office six months. Through TK's patience and Rush's wise words I became a Constitutional conservative ready to do my duty to save America. My debt of gratitude to Mr. Limbaugh is immense. I can only repay it by being faithful the cause of liberty. God rest his gentle soul.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: john56 12/24/2021 2:35:46 PM (No. 1017846)
God bless you, Rush Limbaugh. We need to pick up his mantle, share the load, and move forward.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: vrb8m 12/24/2021 2:45:12 PM (No. 1017851)
Michael Berry has done a beautiful tribute show to Rush today on the EIB. If anyone is reading this, the final segment is going to be the Silent Night monologue that Rush gave every year on his last show before Christmas. Will be beautiful.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: joew9 12/24/2021 3:05:00 PM (No. 1017867)
I started listening at the beginning. I would guess I missed perhaps 1% of the shows.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: JoElla Bee 12/24/2021 3:17:00 PM (No. 1017876)
😢💔 Always in my heart.❤️❤️❤️
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Philipsonh 12/24/2021 5:10:23 PM (No. 1017946)
Do any of your commenters know that Dan Bongino is on the radio on another station ? I listen to him when driving mid day.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Jiobaobubai 12/24/2021 6:20:12 PM (No. 1018004)
# 27, please see # 18.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Folsomguy 12/24/2021 6:51:57 PM (No. 1018016)
I first heard Rush in the mid '80's in Sacramento and became a big fan. I was initially sad when he left but quickly learned how much bigger his audience would be. I was always a regular listener and will miss him.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: ROLFNader 12/25/2021 9:17:00 AM (No. 1018305)
I listened to Rush since his first day on the radio and miss him immensely. Other than Mark Steyn, no other guest host (s) have come close to his wit and wisdom.
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