For years, Democrats have been the brunt of Republican jokes about a fanciful right wing conspiracy. Well, the jokes on them.
Here is the transcript as it appears on Limbaugh's home page.
September 29, 2009: Rush on Bill Clinton's claim the vast right wing conspiracy is not as vast:
You know, that's right, it's not as vast, it's not as effective, we don't have any votes that could stop anything you Democrats want to do in Congress and you still can't get anything done. Why? Because the vast right-wing conspiracy is informing the American -- why do you think all these people out there are all of a sudden upset with what they got when they voted for Obama?
Is it because somebody's out there telling them exactly who he is and what he's doing and what his plans involve and entail, such as cap and tax, such as the health care plan.
I think the vast right-wing conspiracy is vaster still, larger and more powerful and potent than it's ever been, led, of course, by me, as acknowledged by these clowns.