The buffoonish policies enacted by the rodeo organization in the wake of the secular religious Left’s uproar is in fact strikingly similar to the wet noodle response by the legacy news media and governments around the West to the Mo-toon uproar. Limbaugh nails it.
He’s the president of the United States! They get made fun of! They get laughed at all the time! Fun is poked at ’em. I know this happens to be the first African-American one, but that should not insulate this president from standard, ordinary, everyday treatment, analysis, whatever. You know, you people on the left, who the hell do you think you are?
You can’t laugh. You can’t take a joke. You can’t take a punch. You can’t take anything. One little thing that you don’t like and this clown can never work, everybody involved is resigning, the state of Missouri might secede from the union. I mean, where’s this gonna end? Well, I’m joking about the state of Missouri seceding, bit I wouldn’t be surprised if that was the next thing.
If I were the president of the United States and this was happening in the country that I was president, I would put a stop to this. This is infantile. This is childish. This is worse than political correctness. It’s almost as though the president of the United States is a religious leader. What took place at the Missouri State Fair was with a clown. I mean, it wasn’t as though some serious journalist or political analyst went out there in an Obama mask. It wasn’t like a Democrat doing a minstrel show, like good old Mel Carnahan did back in 1960 in Missouri.