Rush Limbaugh Placed on Denver's most wanted list
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  Rush Limbaugh : The new face of  Fascism(Denver : Colorado) Ucs News-- Following Rush Limbaugh's broadcast calling for violent riots in Denver, city officials issue a warrant for his arrest. Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper called Limbaugh a "dangerous domestic terrorist" that should be locked up.

No stranger to controversy talk show host Rush Limbaugh made comments calling for riots in Denver during the Democratic National Convention this summer. As part of his "Operation Chaos" Limbaugh is expecting Republican rioters to burn cars, burn houses and kill children.

"Riots in Denver, the Democrat Convention would see to it that we don't elect Democrats," Limbaugh said during Wednesday's radio broadcast. He then went on to say that's the best thing that could happen to the country.

John Hickenlooper disagrees with Limbaugh, "I don't see how a group of GOP thugs wrecking Denver and injuring our citizens aids the democratic processes of the nation." Hickenlooper went on to demand an apology from Limbaugh and stated that "If Limbaugh and any of his brown shirted thugs come to Denver they will be arrested."

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New Sweden wrote:
Rush may have committed a felony for calling for riots, and should be prosecuted for inciting riot. Any person who incites, urges, instructs, or signals a group of five or more persons to engage in a riot and injury to a person or damage to property results therefrom commits a class 5 felony.

smedley wrote:
But doesn't the Mayor know Rush is above the law? Drug laws don't apply to him...

jp wrote:
Limbaugh went from being an amusingly eccentric and histrionic GOP disinformation and propaganda channel to a divisive agitator and propagator of political and moral values consonant with his past as an oxycontin addict and present as a devotee of international whoring as a hobby.

His continuing credibility with the republican party says much about them.

hanah wrote:
Yes the mayor did a great job; however i have 2 additional institutions i'd like to hear from:
1. the federal government. what are they doing about it?
2. the republican party, the democratic party, the presidential candidate, ...
these allegations are matters that need to be treated with the level of condemnation and legal investigation the mayor assigned to it when he calls it terrorism.

asdf wrote:
You people aren't too bright.

g. Anton wrote:
Yelling "fire" in a crowded theater is obviously a crime, but doing it on top of a high mountain is probably ok. I am ignorent of the facts of this case. but to be guilty of crimes of this type, it would seem to me that you must have committed an overt act (like buying dynamite), or else be a clear and present danger to society. Is somebody really going to burn automobiles six months from now because Rush L. thinks that it's a good idea? Are you going to cancel a planned trip to Denver because Rush L. is blowing hot air? Also, is this the rant of a sane and rational person?

Rob wrote:
It doesn't look that Rush is truly guilty, in the legal sense, of inciting riots a.) because he does it from so far away and b.) because of the time. If he goes to Denver the day(s) of the Convention, however, and does the same thing, well then let's arrest his ass.

eezy wrote:
H.R. 1955: Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007

`(1) COMMISSION- The term `Commission' means the National Commission on the Prevention of Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism established under section 899C.

`(2) VIOLENT RADICALIZATION- The term `violent radicalization' means the process of adopting or promoting an extremist belief system for the purpose of facilitating ideologically based violence to advance political, religious, or social change.

`(3) HOMEGROWN TERRORISM- The term `homegrown terrorism' means the use, planned use, or threatened use, of force or violence by a group or individual born, raised, or based and operating primarily within the United States or any possession of the United States to intimidate or coerce the United States government, the civilian population of the United States, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives.

`(4) IDEOLOGICALLY BASED VIOLENCE- The term `ideologically based violence' means the use, planned use, or threatened use of force or violence by a group or individual to promote the group or individual's political, religious, or social beliefs.

Das Schnee Mann wrote:
Ok, but where's it stated he's been put on a "most wanted list"?

bob wrote:
HR 1955 is horrible, plus thank god it's not a law yet. If rush even started the riots and that was the only law that could put him in jail, I'd rather let him go. That bill is thought crimes, means the government has the right to convict you for thinking about something. It's the biggest breach of civil liberties, and you can say goodbye to the little bit of freedom you have, the freedom to think.

ssn697 wrote:
This made the front page of Digg, with 95% of the people reading it not knowing it is satire. It looks from the comments here that even people scrolling past the satire notice don't even know!

Funny, funny stuff

blah wrote:

Bob Kowalski wrote:
Two Questions:

1) Has Rush Limbaugh ever seen a riot first hand?


2) Does Rush Limbaugh plan on participating in person in Denver in the riots?

joe wrote:
You guys are all retards. Rush isnt inciting a riot. He is speaking tongue-in-cheek.

Michael Ellis wrote:
This is complete nonsense. What Limbaugh *actually* said was that Al Sharpton has threatened "unrest" during the convention if the superdelegates steal the nomination from Barack Obama. He also said that the best thing for the country would be to see *THE LEFT* riot in Denver, which would ensure a Democrat is not elected president. Note: the PREDICTED the LEFT would riot. He did NOT ENCOURAGE his listeners to actually riot. There's a difference, knuckleheads.

shane Selman wrote:

We know it's not real. However, if anyone in the center or left said anything remotely like it, Rush and the other nutjobs on the right would be screaming for them to be sent to gitmo and waterboarded.

This is a little case of 'good for the goose, good for the gander'. You can't have it both ways. Either it's just good politics, and we can do it too - or it's wrong, evil and undemocratic and nobody should do it.

Put another way - don't whine about the rules you made!

David wrote:
As quoted, "As part of his "Operation Chaos" Limbaugh is expecting Republican rioters to burn cars, burn houses and kill children.." It won't be Repulicans rioting or burning cars or killing children. Rioters in Denver will be pissed off democrats 'cause thier favorite didn't get the nod. In '68, it wasn't Republicans in Chicago and it won't be Republicans in Denver in '08 doing the rioting...

LimbaughsConscience wrote:
Hi. I hate to burst your bubbles, but as much as Mrs Limbaugh enjoys taking it in the ass a la Ted Haggard, and having young children around his wrinkly member, this isn't real. It SHOULD be real, but it's not.

anon wrote:
It's easy to say that now that we've lost the Good Doctor. Duke would go wild with loathing at Limbaugh's call to arms and respond with a savage whipping and a public quartering.

I hope.

DH wrote:
I have never heard Rush Limbaugh quoted in context by any media outlet. Ever.

So, needless to say I am not anxious to join the "crucify him" bandwagon... unlike most of the posters here - who would see supposedly free people arrested (and presumably tried, convicted and shot) based on rumor and innuendo.

It would be nice to see someone who is decrying him to actually link to either a recording of the original source or a transcript - with at lest 1 minute on either side of the supposedly offending material and let the reader make the decision - as opposed to making grand proclamations of people's guilt.

Unless this happens, I won't buy anything anyone has to say about anyone - yet I will judge you to be no better than the book burners of Nazi Germany, Pol Pot, or the Gang of Four... promulgating a propaganda campaign in support of an insidious political agenda.

Without a fair presentation of the facts what else could one possibly think?

Mike wrote:
You people are morons if you think this is real, it is a total farce. Operation chaos as I have heard on the show was a move to keep Obama from being the candidate by telling republicans to switch parties for the primary and vote for Hillary. If any party riots it is always the Democratic party, republicans don't go to that extream. It wasn't republicans rioting during the Vietnam war, a war that JFK and Johnson started.

bmulligan wrote:
You whackos have never even listened to Limbaugh, nor have listened to what he said in it's context. All you know is what you're told to think by your leftist leaders and what gets reported in the media. You need to grow up and start thinking for yourselves instead of reaction to your emotions.

Limbaugh did not "call" for riots". He laid out the scenario for their taking place as a reflection of the democrat political climate that exists right now. He certainly never implied that Republicans should go there to riot, but that it was going to be a forgone conclusion among democratic voters because of what other "leaders" like Al Sharpton have already said about the Democrat primary fiasco.

If anything, Al Sharpton should be prosecuted, and with a lot more evidence of having made an overt threat to Democrats at the convention. Reading is fundamental, people. Do some before shooting off at the mouth.

G load wrote:
Ughh... Have any of you actually listened to Rush or just read the "out of context" quotes in biased media reports?

JMass wrote:
LMAO at the extent to which the stupes can be duped. And to the 'oooh he must have been high on oxycontin' crowd - what engaging humorists you are. Enjoy the Kool Aid. There is no antidote

tranallo wrote:
thank you bmulligan for stating it correctly. op chaos is amazing...

Hate me Bitches wrote:
Is this all this site does is bash the GOP, thats kinda pathetic. I ran across this by accident, you guys all are losers with nothing better to do what your time that sit at home jerk off and make up fictitious news stories that aren't even funny. Meanwhile the world turns and these are just minutes of your lives you will never get back
You just wasted your time reading this didn't you you pathetic losers. Now your thinking go fk yourself you right winged nutjob, but deep down you know I'm correct, So before you comment back you fucking losers, just know with every rude comment you make back I'm laughing at you and your anger and at the fact that i got under your skin. Every negative response is a victory for me, so go fk yourselves.

You are probably drooling to write something back so before you bust a nut and cum all over yourselves I'm gonna end this comment.
Elect Ralph Nader, lol

too funny wrote:
I want to thank the site owner for highlighting what IDIOTs the dems are. IT'S SATIRE YOU MORONS!!! IT SAYS SO AT THE TOP OF THE COMMENT LISTING!!!!


Hareesh wrote:
This is possibly the most retarded article I have ever read.

1/10 Dem's. Try again.

Up urs wrote:

You've been sucking on Al Gores supr dupr patent medicine on global warming to long. Stop hugging the tree, take a sedative and things will be all right. Oh, resign because your a total ding.

gus wrote:
1) he didn't call for riots it's a lie.

2) he was talking about Dems rioting over the nomination process.

3) the politicing phoneys who trumped this up should be jailed.

Sam wrote:
Can someone please commit that man to a psychiatric ward before he hurts himself or others?

David wrote:
He will love this. He would love it even more if he thought it were real.

TK wrote:
This is completely and totally false. Limbaugh did not call on Republicans to go riot in Denver; he predicted that Democrats would riot at the convention--just like they did in Chicago in 1968. He said Democrats would burn cars, houses, etc. He should sue this "publication" for libel.

Auntydi wrote:
I listened to Rush Limbaughs comments, about what he wanted to do in Denver. He wasn't joking. He was dead serious. He truly wants to have a repeat of the 1968 convention where police and civilians were so grieviously injured. I am absolutely convinced that inciting a riot, is illegal. I don't care where you are. Screaming fire in a burning building is illegal, and breach of our first amendment rights, but when your first amendment rights, smacks into my safety and well being....then I have an issue with you all. I have been writing to the Dept. Of Justice, as well as my congress and elected officials to push for Rush Limbaughs immediate arrest and would like to see him in jail for the rest of his life.

TheDepressingTruth wrote:
There will be riots in Denver...the "Rioters" will be Police Provocateurs (members of law inforcement/US military)dressed as "Anarchists"

Same as happened at the Bilderburg Meeting in Canada last year

Shocked and awed with igorance wrote:
Does noone (republican or democrat) actually read the post?

It clearly says 'Unconfirmed Sources political satire and news story parodies as represented above are written as satire or parody. They are, of course, fictitious.'


SpudgeBoy wrote:
This story was written as satire to take the heat off of the crimes that Limpballs has committed.

Jimbo wrote:
One person's domestic terrorist is another person's patriot.

The people posting here would know wrote:
The people who are here are the people who are afraid of those laws evolving into something worse that will endanger their freedoms.

This man is guilty by his own fascist laws.

Atomic Punk wrote:
As my high school journalism teacher once told me "satire doesn't work unless it's funny."

This should be Exhibit A in his lesson plan.

LC212 wrote:
Aw, come on people. This Rush/Oxycontin thing is becoming as juvenile as na-na-na-boo-boo.


Old Sverige wrote:
I live in Fort Collins, CO and was listening to the local AM radio station KCOL when Limbaugh called for violence. My response was to swear-out my very first FCC complaint against anyone. Limbaugh no longer serves the public good through discourse. He is like the man who shouts fire in a crowded theatre just to incite panic and injury for his own amusement. This type of speech is not protected by the first amendment.

Navigator7 wrote:
Rush has proved quite eloquently, liberal idiots have no sense of humor.

Thetruth wrote:
Rush danced around committing a felony.
He mentioned riots would do something.
He didn't say riot in the streets, we have to in order to achieve our goals- he just mentioned in passing which is as close as he could get to what he really wanted to say which is that the poor can eat black babies for food instead of having welfare and shoot the homeless for sport from humvees.

tommy wrote:
long live rushbo he hates liberal clown socialists burn down denver?? great news I have plenty of matches....long live rushbo

air max 24-7 wrote:
long live rushbo he hates liberal clown socialists burn down denver?? great news I have plenty of matches....long live rushbo

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