Rest In Peace Rush

Rush Limbaugh 1951-2021

We are sad today to join the nation in mourning the loss of the most influential conservative voice in America and our greatest talk radio legend, Rush Limbaugh. The Presidential Medal of Freedom he received from President Trump was very well deserved as he said Rush was the “greatest fighter and winner that you will ever meet.”  When I heard the news this morning, I was driving in my car and it hit me like a ton of bricks. I reflected on how Rush carried on his God-given mission to use his voice until the end to be our nation’s foremost influence for excellence not only in broadcasting but in everything we do in our lives. I recall that in my liberal Democrat days in the early 1990’s I would often listen to his program and realized how much of what he shared was plain common sense, wisdom and truth, against a backdrop of an evil leftwing socialist narrative that was engulfing America. His guidance was one of the forces which led me on the path to Republican activism. His legacy will live on in our lives as we continue his work to fight for the country we love and its constitutional principles.

Phil Orenstein
Queens Village Republican Club
America’s Oldest Republican Club – Founded 1875

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