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Rush: Media Use Hispanic Poverty to Boost Obama

Thursday, 29 Sep 2011 01:09 PM

The “drive-by media” are using a Pew report that shows Hispanic children are the poorest group of youths in the United States as a political tool for President Barack Obama, Rush Limbaugh says.

“This is another feather in Obama’s already festooned hat, folks,” Limbaugh said on his show today.

According to the Pew Hispanic Center report, Hispanic children in poverty for the first time outnumber poor white children, primarily because of the country’s dire economy.

“The Democrats need poor, dependent people, if we’re going to stay in business, and if we don’t have enough poverty at home, we’ll import it,” Limbaugh said.

With the report, the ideological press is trying to help Obama get back his voter base, he said.

“Obama failed his own party,” he said.

It doesn’t matter who becomes the Republican presidential candidate because “it’s just Obama versus a Republican,” he said.

“If Obama ran against Herman Cain, Cain might very well win because Democratic voters have bedroom-slipper intensity, and the rest of us have marching-shoe intensity,” Limbaugh said, referring to a new USA Today / Gallup poll that shows Democrats' “net enthusiasm” about voting in the 2012 elections trails that of the Republicans.

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