When told that Rush Limbaugh was once again calling out the White House on the unconstitutional government takeover of Chrysler and GM, Robert Gibbs started in with an attack on Rush.
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Gibbs: “Look, Rush Limbaugh and others wanted to walk away. Rush Limbaugh and others saw a million people that worked at these factories, that worked at these parts suppliers, that had — that supported communities, and thought we should all just walk away. The president didn’t think that walking away from a million jobs in these communities made a lot of economic sense,”
Gibbs and the White House’s war with Rush started in the first weeks of the administration, with the White House using a deliberate strategy of Rush demonization. The only result of this was the destruction of our economy while they spent their time attacking a political commentator.
Now they are at it again.