Rush: Obama Promises To End Bailouts - Then, Touts Success Of GM Bailout

Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr.
By Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr. | January 25, 2012 | 2:34 PM EST

On today’s show, Rush Limbaugh said that President Obama’s State of the Union Address was "chock full of lies" - and contradictions.

“So he spends a whole speech talking about no more bailouts, we’re not going to do that.  No handouts, and then he gives as his greatest example of American prosperity, a company he bailed out.”

Rush criticized the President’s speech which he called “chock full of lies.”  He denounced Obama’s claim that General Motors is back as the world’s number one automaker and said that the UAW was handed GM by the Obama administration in a bailout.

Limbaugh also attacked the President’s idea that teamwork is what made America great.  He said that our founding documents are about the “rights and freedom of the individual versus government.”

“There’s nothing about teamwork."

See more "Right Views, Right Now"

If the player does not load, please check that you are running the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.