The President feels Rush’s pain: “Boy. If I had a nickle for everytime I woke up in a Father Steve’s bedroom with my pants on backwards…”
Okay. He didn’t really say that. Initially he said this:
“Rush is a great American,” the president said of the beleaguered host, who has championed the conservative movement for decades. “I am confident he can overcome any obstacles he faces right now.”
Later he clarified his remarks:
Yes, it seems that going forward, Americans will be unjustly deprived of Rush’s brilliantly insightful ruminations on the important minutiae generated each time our great NFL heroes bravely shimmy into their manly spandex knickers to prove their worth by feverishly grappling over an enormous pigskin testicle. And why? Simply because Rush correctly observed that some lousy quarterback gets a free ride just for being a Philadelphia porch monkey? What’s wrong with that? It’s called “stating a fact,” and contrary to what all those liberals may now be screaming, it doesn’t mean that Rush Limbaugh is prejudiced. I mean, get a grip folks, the man was just f****d up on a fistful of hillbilly heroin his Spick-o-rickan maid was force-feeding him.
Okay. He didn’t really say that either. But , as Fox News has shown us, in America you can believe whatever you want to believe.
Is this a great country or what?