Posts Tagged ‘Operation Chaos’

Does Anyone Care About Operation Chaos?

May 7, 2008

I believe the answer to that question is a big fat yes! I posted a piece a while back about Operation Chaos (the mission of Rush Limbaugh). I am fascinated when I check my statistics for my blog site. I have been having literally hundreds upon hundreds reading this piece every day. That speaks volumes to me. Whether you agree with Rush Limbaugh or not about his theory for Operation Chaos, people are listening and they are researching it trying to read up on it for themselves.

Today the ever-annoying, thinks-she-knows-everything, liberal Joy Behar misspoke on “The View” stating that Rush Limbaugh designed this to propel Hillary Clinton as the democratic nominee and therefore she is more beatable in the national election. This is not the case. Rush Limbaugh orchestrated Operation Chaos because even though Obama was ahead in the polls and early primaries, Rush saw that Democrats were clearly divided between these two candidates and he has played on it brilliantly. His goal is to get Republicans to switch over during the primary and vote for Hillary so she stays in the race not necessarily to win, but to create havoc and chaos amongst the Democratic party. Rush believes a divided democratic party for as long as possible is essential for an assurance of a Republican in the White House in 2009. Whether you agree or disagree with the tactic, you have to admit it is quite genius!

So for all of you Republicans out there that still have a primary ahead of you, you have some very personal decisions to make about your role in the election process. Good luck to you all!

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Operation Chaos

March 31, 2008

If you are an avid Rush Limbaugh listener as I am, you know what “Operation Chaos” is all about.  For those of you who don’t know what that means, here it is in a nutshell:  Rush Limbaugh has been urging his listeners who have primaries coming up to vote for Hillary Clinton.  Why?  Because Barack Hussein Obama has been winning so many primaries and is fooling so many people with his word “change” that for a while it looked like it would be an easy in for Obama as the Democratic nominee.  However, the Limbaugh listeners have taken Rush’s words to heart and are in action. 

“…in March, in Texas, Ohio, and Mississippi, Republicans have been 8% of the voters in the Democratic primary, and now they heavily support Hillary Clinton. This is definite proof of the ‘Limbaugh Effect’ coming through.” (courtesy of Rush Limbaugh show transcript). 

The “chaos” comes in to effect because if his strategy works, it will be a shoe in for John McCain in November and here is why.  With Republicans crossing over and voting for Hillary Clinton who is lacking in delegate votes, it gives her a chance to stay in the race.  It will be so close between these two that they will have to go all the way to the convention date which is in August which gives them very little time to campaign against McCain.  Then at the convention, they will have the superdelegates votes and that will be the deciding factor for who will be the Democratic nominee.  All of the bickering, fighting and nastiness between these two democrats has truly affected their supporters.  These supporters that are getting fed up with the politicking are already pledging their vote for John McCain.  Understand now???  Chaos!!!

The question I have been asking myself is do I agree with this.  I know if the tables were turned and it was two Republicans fighting this way, I wouldn’t want a liberal radio personality like Al Franken (ugh…gag, gag!) urging his listeners to baiscally manipulate the system just to make their own party win.  But on the other hands, politics is politics.  It’s been a nasty process from almost the beginning.  But I know my conscience is clear.  I voted for who I would have liked to be the Republican nominee.  I know I could not have voted for Hillary Clinton no matter what the reason without possible dry heaving at my voting booth. 

I voted for Mitt Romney (who bowed out just a couple days after my vote).  I am still praying that John McCain will choose Romney as his running mate as I think that would be a balanced and tough ticket to beat.  So whether Operation Chaos has success at the end or not, I pray that the right person is voted in by what I am hoping are intelligent, not so foolish Americans!!