What This Election Is Really About and What’s Really at Stake

Here’s Rush Limbaugh:

[Democrats] have to be defeated. They have to be overwhelmed. And then after they’re defeated they cannot be allowed to bully whoever wins into cowardice and caving in. It’s going to be tough. Winning an election is just a tiny first step. After we win the election, it’s gonna take perseverance to prevail over all the attempts to subvert the winners of the election and to corrupt what’s going on, knowing they still own a lot of the bureaucracy.

But if you believe in a certain cultural America, it’s under siege. There’s nothing to join with on the other side in preserving it. They want to tear it down, transform it, and rebuild it. They have to be defeated. This is why the Republican Party’s worthless. They don’t even think this way.

The Republican Party’s thinking about showing they can work together, they can cooperate, make Washington work. Sorry; we’re so past that, we’re so far past that, it’s irrelevant. We’re talking about holding on and preserving the country as founded. And it’s gonna be really, really hard.

The second thing is, “Rush,” — and this is not just you — “Rush, we can’t deport 12 million people. We’re never gonna –” Who says? All that is is a conversation stopper. We are the United States of America. Who says we can’t get rid of people who are here illegally? It’s not a question of we can’t. It’s a question of do we have the resolve to? Do we have the desire to? Does it makes sense to do it? Are we gonna do it — and, believe me, even if we win on this, the people opposing it are gonna be firing ammo at whoever wins like you can’t believe.

But if we’re serious about stopping this transformation of America, it isn’t gonna be easy, and winning an election is not gonna send a signal to the other side to stand down, you lost. They don’t look at it that way. This is a fight between socialism and capitalism, freedom versus tyranny, however you want to categorize.

There isn’t any overlap. The only things that we may have in common with them are what people want for their families. But we can’t even agree on the definition of a family with half of these people. So I don’t think all the putting our hands together and coming together and unifying and working and making the country come together and common ground, we’re so far past that, if we’re serious about what we want.

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