Rush? Rush Who?

Perhaps embarrassed by their absurd billboard contest–I’m guessing the billboard never gets built–the Democrats have decided to stop talking about Rush Limbaugh:

A participant in the planning meetings described the push as a successor to Democrats’ message that Rush Limbaugh is the Republican Party leader. “We have exhausted the use of Rush as an attention-getter,” the official said.

The Democrats’ new strategy is to portray Republicans as “reflexively political,” which, coming from them, can only be described as black humor.

And officials throughout the party plan to hammer the idea that Republicans are just saying “no” to the president’s budget plans without offering their own alternative.

Actually, the Republicans have offered lots of alternatives, but the Democratic leadership in the Senate and, especially, the House won’t allow them to be voted on lest their fellow Democrats be tempted. We’re used to the Democrats banking on ignorance, but this is getting ridiculous. Maybe if the White House and Congressional leadership focused on actually governing the country, as opposed to their endless campaign against Republicans, they might get somewhere.

Via Hot Air.

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