Rush Limbaugh compared Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid to terrorists on his Wednesday show.
Limbaugh began by comparing the two Democratic congressional leaders to Al Capone and other mob bosses. He then wondered aloud, "how do you stop people like that?"
Maybe, he continued, the U.S. is fighting the wrong enemy:
"It could well be, ladies and gentlemen, that we're fighting the wrong enemy in the Middle East. Maybe the real terrorists that we face are on Capitol Hill. I mean, really, who's doing as good a job to undermine what this country stands for as the terrorists? 'Dingy' Harry, Nancy Pelosi. I mean, look, if they call us 'hostage takers' and 'gangsters,' then why can't we call them what they are? They are terrorists. They certainly seem suicidal. Look at what they're doing. Look at what they did. They knew they were going to get shellacked in this election and they did it! They knew they were gonna lose. And they want to take us with them."
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