Rush Limbaugh Listeners are ‘Lunatic Fringe,’ Says Reuters
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Jul 23, 2012, 06:07 PM
The Left-Wing media has begun a wave of blistering attacks against Rush Limbaugh, a popular Conservative radio talk show host. Reuters is describing listeners of his show as “extremists” and members of the “lunatic fringe.”

Reuters reports that, “from Lunatic fringe to mainstream. Limbaugh has average weekly audience of around 15 million, more than any other radio talk show and no matter how over-the-top his attacks on Obama and his team may be, they very rarely draw comment from Republican politicians who fear doing so might cost them votes.”

Here’s how Reuters describes regular GOP voters, “the … core of the problem lies with the Republican Party. The GOP has become an insurgent outlier in American politics. It is ideologically extreme: scornful of compromise: unmoved by conventional understanding of facts, evidence and science; and dismissive of the legitimacy of its political opposition.”

Meanwhile, Reuters executives and editors claim that their news agency just focuses on ‘fair and balanced’ global financial news coverage.

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written by realfactchecer , July 24, 2012

The problem Rush's critics have is that they don't really listen to him. Rather, they are opposed to his Conservatism.

If they did listen they would know that his "over-the-top" attacks and his lunatic-fringe views are recorded as correct 99.7% of the time by an outside, independent auditing firm.

We twenty-two million people who listen every week already knew that.

written by 7 , July 25, 2012

True, but the Democrats are now Stalinists, which Rueters will soon report. Won't they?

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