Limbaugh Reveals His Soul As He Ties Robin Williams Death To Liberalism
[su_right_ad]I didn’t now that depression was a liberal disease, or had anything to do with one’s political beliefs. But I did know that crass people will use anything to advance a political agenda, or maybe just to create outrage.
Limbaugh began by discussing the left’s “worldview” as one of “pessimism and darkness” before turning more specifically to the news about Williams’ suicide. He quoted liberally from a Fox 411 story by Hollie McKay that cites various “insiders” who say Williams’ depression stemmed from the cancellation of his recent CBS sitcom The Crazy Ones among other creative disappointments.
In addition, another source said Williams suffered from “survivor’s guilt” after losing friends like Christopher Reeve, Andy Kaufman and John Belushi. (For the record, in his groundbreaking 2010 interview with Marc Maron, Williams said he admired Kaufman but only spoke to the comedian once when he wasn’t in character.)
“He had it all, but he had nothing,” Limbaugh opined. “He made everyone else laugh, but was miserable inside.”
“It fits a certain picture, or a certain image that the left has,” he continued. “Low expectations and general unhappiness and so forth.” On the issue of “survivor’s guilt,” Limbaugh said, “That is a constant measurement that is made by political leftists in judging the country.”
When does a person lose his or her soul in the commission of trying to keep an audience? The answer is above.