Flimsy Sanity: Operation Chaos

Flimsy Sanity

In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. - Friedrich Nietzsche

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Operation Chaos

In late February 2008, Limbaugh developed Operation Chaos, an antidemocratic political call to action with the initial plan to have voters of the Republican Party temporarily cross over to vote Democrat and vote for Hillary Clinton, who at the time was in the midst of losing eleven straight primary contests to Barack Obama. The goal was to have the campaigns of Clinton and Obama fight over the Democratic Party nomination for as long as possible and potentially force a brokered 2008 Democratic National Convention.

On March 27, 2008, Limbaugh said that "The dream end of this[of Operation Chaos] is that this keeps up to the Convention, and that we have a recreation of Chicago 1968 with burning cars, protests, fire, and literal riots and all of that, that is the objective here [of Operation Chaos]."
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Aren't there laws against trying to manipulate elections and inciting riots? USA must look so stupid to other countries who are told that this man's show is listened to by half the country and is broadcast to our soldiers. Pennsylvania had over 178,000 people switch their party registration in Pennsylvania this year, and 90% of them have registered as Democrats. How many were sincere and how many were following this mean, disgusting criminal's directions to keep Hillary in the fight?
It makes me very sad to know that so many of our citizens admire the schoolyard bully.


  • At 11:13 AM, Blogger brunsvold said…

    I read recently that there are only about 17 million rushlimbots in the country. He also advocated for the assassination of a democratically elected president (chavez) a while back and that didn't get him canned. Remember the bogeyman terrorists and our tail-between-the-legs supposed fear of them allow anything to go now.
    It is certainly one of the better advertising campaigns of the military in recent decades; I'll give them that.


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