“When the law is against you, pound the facts, when the facts are against you, pound the law, and when they’re both against you, pound the table”.
Rush Limbaugh isn't working for John McCain for President.
He's working against any liberal (including John McCain) for President.
RUSH: I'll admit it. I don't know what the hell McCain is saying, other than he's spouting some liberal stuff in this speech at Annapolis today about the haves and have-nots. I agree with all that. But I will say this: If he's going to lecture the American people about who they need to be, he might be just a little bit off the mark. Let him attack the liberals (which he won't do). Let him attack the bureaucrats (which he won't do). Let him attack the judges (which he won't do). But the American people, generally, are the people who make the country work. It's sort of way off to start criticizing the American people in general. Look, I will admit I'm confused. If he can't give a speech where we can understand what he's saying, then it isn't a very good speech.
I know that emotion. I voted against George Bush.
Conservatives are stuck with a weak candidate and there's nothing to do but pound the table.