Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh fired back at Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele Monday, suggesting on his radio show the GOP leader appears to be supporting President Obama and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.Hate to admit it because I'm no Limbaugh fan, but he's spot-on here. Michael Steele seems to have quickly forgotten all the abuse he's taken from the Left ever since he came to prominence as a member of the GOP. Over the years Steele has literally been savaged by the so-called "tolerant" crowd on the Left, who just can't accept the idea of a black person who thinks on his own, doesn't cater to victimhood, much less kiss the throne of the George Soros-run liberal agenda.
"Why do you claim to lead the Republican Party when you seem obsessed with seeing to it President Obama succeeds?" Limbaugh addressed Steele.
"I frankly am stunned that the chairman of the Republican National Committee endorses such an agenda. I have to conclude that he does because he attacks me for wanting it to fail," said Limbaugh.
Late last week, Steele told CNN's D.L. Hughley that Limbaugh is an "entertainer" whose comments are "ugly."
Also on his radio program Monday, Limbaugh said Steele is being used by the "liberal media."
"Michael Steele has been around long enough to know that the liberal media will use him by twisting what I say or what others say," he said. "He took the bait, he bit down hard on the bait, he launched an attack on me, even though the premise of what was said to him was false."
D.L. Hughley, a liberal comedian now posing as a "journalist" on CNN, played Steele for a fool by getting him to diss Limbaugh. Indeed, Hughley played the oldest card in the book, divide and conquer, and Steele was dumb enough to fall for it hook, line and sinker. Steele did the right thing in later apologizing to Limbaugh and now he needs to just concentrate on his role as GOP chairman by pushing conservatives ideals/solutions on moderates and conservative Dems and quit wasting time catering to the fringe wing of the Democrat party--conservatives are fully aware that's a lost cause.