Time Magazine, Charlotte, Emily Lazar discussed on Rush Limbaugh

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You that you just described you lost your health insurance lost her house going to Helena Handbasket during Obama why you ought to be joining the millennials who don't like the country and think we're in the last days, but you're not obviously, you're not you're much more optimistic than that. I mean, we we live in America. It is degraded station will be and it's still the greatest station. You have every opportunity at your fingertips, if you're willing to work for now too, many people had everything they want at the tip of fingers, you know, look at your cell phone. I mean, you have instant gratification. Nobody's willing to work anymore to do what they want, and they believe in their push that a college education will get you a job. You don't have to do much because still make a lot of money, and that's completely false. Well, that's that is an excellent point, by the way. And if the whole idea of a college education has been so promoted inculcated that there is a belief that once you get the degree and get out that you're set. And it's another. I know what set of false expectations that have been created. I think I think the leftists is. So poisonous, I it's it's hard to to to actually calculate it. But the things that they actually end up convincing people that are true and to believe in. Those things are poison. To your own self esteem, your own cognizance awareness of your own existence. It's just I'll give you an example. If you go back to this time magazine story written by Charlotte alter the well to do daughter of the elite and well-to-do Jonathan Alder and his his his wife. It'll her name is Lazar. What was the? Emily Lazar is the mother of Charlotte alter and this time magazine story on Alexandria, gosh. Cortes, one of the things that Charlotte alter sites. As evidence of poverty. Evidence of the poverty that a all see lives in is her high two hundred dollars a month premiums for mandatory mandatory ObamaCare. In the story. She refers to two hundred dollars a month premiums or mandatory ObamaCare as evidence of poverty. She has to spend that much for healthcare, and it makes her poor every well, wait a minute. I thought healthcare is all anybody needed. I thought it was the most important thing that you had to have helped two hundred bucks a month. How many of you? If your premiums only two hundred bucks a month. You would be celebrating. But in the time magazine piece on Alexander, the okay, that's two hundred dollars a month. Is one of the reasons it is said she is living in poverty, and I'm not kidding. Trusted name in talk radio. Rush Limbaugh on the network..

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