Conservative talk show radio host Rush Limbaugh on Friday broke down "liberalism" in a detailed-yet-simplistic way for his listeners.
Limbaugh argued that "in a free country, people will not choose liberalism."
"If they want to eat salt, they’ll eat it. If they want to eat trans fats, they’ll eat it. If they want to eat beef, they’ll eat it," he explained. "The only way liberals can get you to live the way they want you to is to deny you freedom to do what you want to do. And they’re not happy with you living and thinking in ways other than the way they live and think. You must conform."
The undisputed king of talk radio also claimed that "liberals cannot survive in an unrigged contest in the arena of ideas." That's because, according to Limbaugh, "they are not about ideas."
"Liberals are not about choice; they are about imposition. The way they live, the way they believe, must be imposed on people, otherwise they won’t do it on their own," he added. "It’s taken them 50, 60 years to get to this point of conditioning people, of taking hold of the education system, the university, academia system, the media. It’s taken a long time to condition people not to stand up for themselves, not to exercise freedom, not to speak outside the acceptable norms. What is political correctness but speech censorship, is all it is."
Listen below via the Daily Rushbo:
In unrelated news, Limbaugh also celebrated an incredible 25 years broadcasting on the EIB network on Friday.
"[I]t's about 24 and a half years longer than the Drive-By Media forecast that it would last. And 25 years and nine months longer than the Democrat Party predicted or hoped that it would last," he reflected on his radio show.
Feel free to congratulate Rush on his incredible career…so far!