The best way to take in a Rush Limbaugh speech is with the sound off. Seriously. Go to YouTube and view his CPAC presentation.
With no sound, no bombast, no bluster to jar your senses, you can measure Limbaugh by the anger in his eyes, the anger in his jaw line and in the trajectory of the spittle as his angry words fly out of his mouth. He clinches his teeth; he clinches his fists. His face gets red and wet with perspiration. His rant goes on and on -- an hour over the time alloted. Yet, he knows what he is doing. He's getting rich off red meat.
You get the uneasy feeling that you’ve seen this anger before.
Of course you have. In the WW II silent newsreels.