Vandermeer the Limbaugh of the Texans

Marc Vandermeer, the voice of the Texans is to the Texans as Rush Limbaugh is to the United States. Does that make sense to you? Think about it.

One of the things Rush is popular for is “propping” the United States. When every other media outlet seems to find ways to denigrate the US, Rush finds ways to speak in remarkable terms about our country. CNN bashes Bush on the Iraq war and Rush is quick to state reasons for the War. Bush is bashed for Club Gitmo and Rush has Bush’s back.

Vandermeer is many times seen as someone who has Texans Battle Red colored sunglasses on. When the Texans are going poorly, Vandermeer has the team’s back. It was tremendously apparent during the David Carr era that this would be Vandermeer’s approach to his morning radio show. Vandermeer had the much maligned quarterback’s….well, back for most of Carr’s tenure. More currently, Vandermeer has had the back of Rosenfels and Schaub.

Topics: Marc Vandermeer, Rush Limbaugh, Texans

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  • Steve

    Do you blame Vandermeer for being that way?  The guy was brought here to be the PBP guy for the team, not anchor 610′s morning show.  Doing PBP for 3 1/2 to 4 hours and juggling callers and different topics on a daily basis are two completely different animals, the latter of which Vandermeer and Andre Ware have yet to master.  I prefer Clanton after them and the old morning crew that’s farther down the dial anyway.

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