• Limbaugh: Obama’s ‘Number One Enemy’ Is The GOP, Not Terrorists

    Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh claimed Sunday that President Barack Obama’s number one enemy is the Republican Party and conservative Americans, not ISIS.

    “The purpose of war and the purpose of military is to kill people and break things. That’s how you win. You keep doing that until the other side says I’m sorry, and surrender. Barack Obama’s number one enemy is the Republican Party and the conservative movement,” Limbaugh said in a rare TV appearance on Fox News Sunday. “He gets animated. He didn’t need cue cards or teleprompters, about you. When you get ISIS on the board or anything in the Middle East, very cautious, very precise, very don’t want to offend them, don’t want to make them mad.”

    Anchor Chris Wallace asked Limbaugh what he thought of Obama’s news conference at the G-20 summit in Turkey on last Monday, in which he seemed to be more upset with Republicans who want to limit Syrian refugees coming into the country than he was with the ISIS terrorists who slaughtered people in Paris.

    “American people, looking at the latest polling data, he’s got his worst marks ever on dealing with terrorism. People are scared. We’ve got these refugees coming in and nobody’s confident that we can vet them. And yet we’re told, ‘Don’t be a bigot, don’t be a racist, don’t be a xenophobe.’ We’re none of those things and nobody who’s worried about this is,” Limbaugh said. “They love America, they’re concerned about our security. They don’t think this administration is or at least they’re not seeing any signs of it.”

    “It’s almost as though he thinks that it is we who committed all these crimes since our founding, unjust and immoral, and it’s time for payback to find out what the rest of the world goes there through every day,” he added. “It’s time for us to bite the bullet. It’s really troubling. I’m having to bite my lip what I really think.”

    “I think we are a great nation at risk in a dangerous world and the people leading the country today don’t see that. They see us as the problem, not the solution. They think that we are responsible for some of these problems, they’ll fall back and blame George W. Bush for what’s going on. ISIS didn’t exist when bush left offices.”

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