From Real Clear Politics
RUSH LIMBAUGH: Well, let me tell you something. You see that and you ball up your fists and say, "What are they talking about!" It's not about them. I hate to tell you this. I mentioned this on the air some time ago. Romney, the best thing he can do is remember this election isn't about him. He may as well be Elmer Fudd as far as we're concerned. We're voting against Obama. I don't care who they put on the ticket, we're voting against Obama. That has not changed, and there are more people now than in 2010 who are gonna vote against Obama.
And David Gregory knows it and F. Chuck Todd knows it. The CNN people know it, and the MSNBC people know it. That's why they're doing what they're doing with the polling data, trying to dispirit you and depress you. Because that's all they've got. They can't sing the guy's praises; he's a disaster. Whether he's incompetent or whether he's doing it on purpose doesn't matter. It ain't working! There's not one thing they can point to that's working. The Chevrolet Volt? They're losing $49,000 on every car!
Rush's enthusiastic endorsement of Romney: "He might as well be Elmer Fudd. We're voting against Obama."— Josh Dorner (@JoshDorner) September 11, 2012
ha ha ha Rush is livid that polls are being used as voter suppression ha ha ha @thelastword— Dog Lovers for Obama (@Donna_West) September 11, 2012
Rush Limbaugh: Obama tries to steal election by filling voters' heads with facts. zite.to/PcfsRV— Carlos Pedraza (@cpedraza) September 10, 2012
Did Rush Limbaugh look in the mirror when he spontaneously compared Mitt Romney to Elmer Fudd?— chaplinlives (@chaplinlives) September 11, 2012