Rush was right?

From NFL.com:  “Brian Baldinger: Eagles have no regret
The Eagles should be ecstatic. I view McNabb as a flawed player, and it was never more apparent than in the back-to-back losses to the Cowboys last season. His flaws will never go away. Now, the Eagles get at least two chances to expose the same flaws they’ve been covering up for 11 years. It works against the Redskins that McNabb is still in the division. Andy Reid can finally stop covering up for one of the most overrated quarterbacks in the history of the game. The Eagles will go to the playoffs. The Redskins will be watching from the golf course.”

Now, I wish he had elaborated upon what Donovan’s “flaws” are.  I always thought his flaws were the lack of quality receivers.

5 responses to “Rush was right?

  1. Mr Limpbaugh was wrong about McNabb; just as he was and remains totally wrong about Obama Motors. !

    Today [04.07.2010] the CFO of General Motors announced…

    DETROIT (AP) — General Motors Co., steadily returning to health after its near-collapse in 2009, said Tuesday it plans to pay off its government loans by June — five years ahead of schedule — and could report a profit as early as this year…
    …Repaying $6.7 billion in government loans has been a top priority for CEO Ed Whitacre. The government’s autos task force set a repayment deadline of 2015 as a condition of giving GM the loans last year. As of the end of March, GM has paid back $2.4 billion and Liddell said GM plans to pay the rest by June at the latest.

    Unfortunately that announcement will deprive Mr. Limpbaugh of one of his favorite, daily, talking points and whipping boy’s; with respect to President Obama’s prudent agenda for returning GM to profitability and five years earlier than initially projected, noless!

    Thanks for your prudence and wisdom, Mr. President.

  2. Lipton T. Bagg

    Gramps:

    Again, you have forgotten your laxative, and you are again full of shit:

    DETROIT -(Dow Jones)- General Motors Co. said Wednesday that it lost $4.3 billion in the second half of 2009 in the first official accounting of GM’s balance sheet since the company emerged from bankruptcy.

    The post-bankruptcy GM reported $57.5 billion in revenue for the July 10 through Dec. 31 period. That compared with $46.8 billion for the first half of the year for so-called old GM.

    $57.5 billion dollar less in 6 months? Hardly a “recovery”. Dumbass…

  3. UAW members get cushy retirement packages and wonderful health care insurance, while those of us who did not work in the UAW help pay for them. I don’t have a retirement plan. Many other taxpayers don’t. If I stopped work tommorrow, I’m screwed. UAWers are set for life, with taxpayers bailing them out. If you think it is fair that I help pay for others’ golden retirement plans while I have none myself, you are sicker than I first presumed.

  4. Lipton T. Bagg

    Like I said before, thinking like Gramps is tantamount to lauding man for fornicating barnyard animals.

  5. L.T.B. said… Gramps: Again, you have forgotten your laxative, and you are again full of shit:

    L.T.B…those weren’t my words; that was a statement from the CFO of GM.

    “General Motors should never again be in the financial position it found itself in last year,” GM Chief Financial Officer Chris Liddell said during a conference call with analysts and media.
    Repaying $6.7 billion in government loans has been a top priority for CEO Ed Whitacre. The government’s autos task force set a repayment deadline of 2015 as a condition of giving GM the loans last year. As of the end of March, GM has paid back $2.4 billion and Liddell said GM plans to pay the rest by June at the latest…

    Another optimistic report was given by Chrysler Group LLC…

    Things are also on the mend at Chrysler Group LLC, which also went into bankruptcy protection last year and is now managed by Fiat SpA. Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said last week that the automaker has $5 billion in cash on hand and expects to break even this year. Chrysler plans to provide more detailed financial results later this month.

    I appreciate your concern and even your humorous, yet, rather futile, attempt at the analysis of my intestinal health; However it remains quite robust due to regular physical exercise and the consumption of roughage in the form of raw, green, vegetables and colorful fruit, especially, blueberries…

    Cheers…L.T.B…!

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