March 2nd, 2009
I haven’t heard it myself, but Hugh Hewitt says that Rush Limbaugh’s address to CPAC “will be talked about for years and even decades.”
Must be some speech. I mean, there have probably only been–what?–three, maybe four, speeches from the last 35 years that could fit such a description and all of them were by presidents. (I’m thinking Reagan’s Goldwater infomercial; Carter’s malaise speech; and then Reagan in Berlin. Maybe you have others.)
So its kind of amazing that we get two generational, historic-grade speeches–Obama’s opus on race in America and Rush at CPAC–within just a few months of one another.
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