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Rush Limbaugh vs. Moveon.org

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On September 26th Rush Limbaugh, a private citizen, was discussing the Iraq war with his listening audience on his radio show (broadcasted on the EIB network). During the course of a conversation with one of his callers the subject was brought up that the left leaning media, in yet another attempt to subvert America's war effort, tries to go out and interview American soldiers that protest the war. When that fails the left will actually sometimes "manufacture" a soldier who, not only is against the war, but was supposedly ordered by his superiors to commit acts of murder, torture and rape against innocent Iraqi civilians, like the now infamous Jessie MacBeth. The caller and Rush agreed that an appropriate name for fake service people, that being people that lied about their service and their activities, was "phony soldier". The Democrats in the Senate were very quick to try to condemn Rush for using a term that they deemed offensive and shameful. But the truth is they were trying extremely hard to cover for the fact that Sen. Hillary Clinton (NY -- D), Barak Obama (IL -- D) and John Edwards (N. Car -- D), their three top contenders for the presidency next election, all refused to join the senate in condemning Moveon.org for placing a full page ad in the New York Times, at a discount, that accused General David Petraeus of betraying his country. The aforementioned article was entitled, oh so cleverly "General Petreaus or General Betray Us?" For more information on the true phony soldiers please check out these links for Michelle Malkin's investigations on the subject. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Pmg2Pr4SkA http://hotair.com/archives/2006/05/22/anti-war-video-bogus/ http://hotair.com/archives/2006/05/23/jesse-macbeth-video-goes-viral/ http://michellemalkin.com/2007/09/30/rush-limbaugh-phony-soldiers-and-the-lefts-desperate-need-for-its-own-betray-us-moment/ To check out a full transcript of Rush Limbaugh's show on 9/26/2007 please check out this link: http://morningcoffee.wordpress.com/2007/10/03/phoney-soldiers/