Limbaugh: Obama Felt “He Was Owed The Presidency Because Of His Skin Color”

From the November 10 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:

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RUSH LIMBAUGH: [Josh] Earnest praised the group of protesters rallying together demanding change pointing out Obama's first presidential campaign was embodied by the same spirit. There is some truth to that. Not only in the way Earnest means it, but certainly a subtext in the Obama campaign was that he was owed the presidency because of his skin color. He played on that. He got a lot of people voting for him simply for that reason, because what they hoped it would accomplish. And that would be the end of racism. How many people voted for Obama thinking that's what their vote meant, and how many of them are today regretting it, shocked, dismayed, sad. Racial relations have worsened and are epitomized by what's going on at Mizzou. What happened in Ferguson, Missouri. Obama hasn't made any of it better. But he has not failed. This kind of thing is exactly what Obama dreamed of and inspired. Naturally he associates with it.