Limbaugh: Stewart, Colbert Bush Mocking ‘Damaged’ US Ability to Fight Terrorism

Tuesday on the “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” in calling out specifically Comedy Central’s  Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, host Rush Limbaugh made the point that the left’s relentless attack on President George W. Bush’s 2003 Iraq war has brainwashed a generation with “skulls full of mush” into believing America should not be fighting in the Middle East.

Limbaugh said the left’s “Bush-lied-people-died” propaganda “has done more to damage to this nation’s ability to take on legitimate terrorism with confidence and assiduity and defeat it.”

“For whatever number of years, seven years, six years, Comedy Central, Stewart, Colbert, you name it, ‘Bush lied,’” he said. “The mainstream media, every day, every week, ‘Bush lied.’ What did that do in the minds of young skulls full of mush?  It turned around the Iraq war into a joke, number one. It turned Bush into a joke. It turned the country into a joke, and it told everybody that everything we were doing over there was illegitimate because we had no business being there, that there was no terrorism. Bush lied about it. He sent Colin Powell to the U.N to lie about it. There were no weapons of mass destruction, Bush lied. And if you sit there and say that enough times, year after year, to an audience that thinks they are tuning into a comedy show, they are going to end up believing this. And many of these people make up the deranged, literally insane, filled with hatred, Democrat Party base.”

Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN