Rush Limbaugh on Obama’s State of the Nation speech.
RUSH: Well, yeah. I gave up after 50 minutes. I heard it all before. There was nothing new in it. The only difference was the tone. I went back and listened to some of his soaring rhetorical speeches during the campaign. This was defensive, petulant, immature, childish, sarcastic. He’s clearly angry that he’s been rejected — that his wonderfully brilliant ideas (health care and cap and trade) have been rejected. I saw a guy, a young, inexperienced guy just mad. I think, Gretchen — I really do. I think this is the first time in his life that there’s not a professor around to turn his C into an A or to write the law review article for him that he can’t write. He’s totally exposed. There’s nobody to make it better. I think he’s been covered for all of his life. The fact that his agenda has totally failed this year is the best thing that could have happened to this country. I thank God every day that this is going down the tubes, that that Massachusetts election happened. Not that God had anything to do with it. That’s just the person I thank.
And the voters of Massachusetts, Glenn Beck, Fox News and the Tea Party movement.