We've had mostly bad news or no news on Rush Limbaugh's immigration coverage, but today, according to a friend who listens to talk radio, he's paying attention:
Limbaugh was talking about immigration in the last half hour of his program.
(He must be getting calls complaining about the new Zuckerberg ad.)
According to him, the immigration bill is about three things:
(1) votes—the Democrats know they're going to get them and the Republicans think the bill is going to pass and they have to get on board.
(2) cheap labor.
(3) the Democrats want a permanent underclass. In his discussion, Limbaugh mentioned low ability
as a problem with the immigrants.
"Is there anything else this could really be about? Not to me."