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Limbaugh: Washington Has Been Taken Over By Wimpism

Radio host Rush Limbaugh has never been one to pull punches during his legendary career, and that’s partially why he’s so loved by scores of listeners. It’s also partially why there’s a plethora of folks that can’t stand him and wish he didn’t have such a large platform. Different strokes for different folks, but Limbaugh’s immense popularity doesn’t point to a host that will be going by the wayside anytime soon.

As Fox News Insider shares, Limbaugh recently made some headlines with his comments on the Washington DC establishment. While that’s one of his frequent targets, the topic was different this time around. Limbaugh is pretty hot under the collar about the fact that certain members of the establishment have been so vocal in criticizing President Donald Trump over his tough talk in regards to North Korea.

"What does this mean?" he said. "It means that 'wimpism' has taken over the Washington establishment, that 'wussism' and 'wimpism' and 'pajama boyism' has taken over."

The ever-quotable Limbaugh would go on to explain that North Korea "can’t hit the side of a barn," and that the country is such a threat due to what he refers to as "pajama boy liberalism."

There’s been an endless amount of debate as to why North Korea has been so emboldened, but pointing fingers doesn’t do a whole lot of good in helping to quell the tensions. Regardless of how we got here, this is the hand that has been dealt. As such, we have to play with those cards. Trump and his top advisers have decided that a firm response is needed right about now.

Those that constantly criticize that stance seem remarkably oblivious to the fact that Trump and his team are looking at intel that’s not for public consumption. Do you really think a talking head pontificating in front of a microphone is more versed on the severity of the threat? Consider us in the camp of those that would answer no to that question.

"What are we supposed to do, just sit here and wait until the real one is airborne and hope that being gentle and compassionate and unprovocative will stop this lunatic from doing what he’s doing?” Limbaugh added. “Is that what we’re to believe here?"

Limbaugh makes a valid point, but he also is just as guilty of leaping across the proverbial line to make his point. Those that are constantly calling for more diplomacy and sanctions may very well be speaking from the heart on what they believe, but the reality is that both approaches have been attempted.

Additionally, those that are really crossing the line and blatantly calling out the president and questioning his competence are being incredibly selfish and irresponsible. Why send those talking points out into the world when our country could be dealing with a real crisis in a heartbeat? Do they really think that portraying Trump in this fashion helps improve our positioning in this situation?

It doesn’t, and it’s time for those folks to seriously pipe down. They can put their partisan hats back on and scream for attention after the crisis has been averted.

Source: Fox News Insider
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