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James shouldn't you, cookieman, and KSG be joining hands and chanting some sort of Rush Limbaugh prayer.

God incarnate doesn't happen every day you know.

 

Something like this:

The Gathering; The three of you arrive at the holy meca studios of Faux News.

The Ritual; While holding hands you form a circle and utter the holy word. "Dito", "Dito", "Mega Ditos", "Mega Ditos".

 

After viewing the holy broad cast on your I-Phones you await the Holy Icon of Wonderfulness. As he exits you fall to the ground and ask for forgiveness for all the times you've touched yourselves inappropriately while thinking of Bill O'Riley and Shawn Hannity and swear only to think of him in those times.

 

After the services you return to your no-tell motel and play bad 80's music while reminiscing about the encounter.

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That was a phone? I didn't understand how to use it since Rush didn't give me instructions.

 

It probably came with instructions only us liberals could have understood. You should check the web site. Look for the link entitled "Instructions Even a Republican Can Understand". =D>

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As of 2006, Arbitron ratings indicated that The Rush Limbaugh Show had a minimum weekly audience of 13.5 million listeners, making it the largest radio talk show audience in the United States.

 

According to a 2001 article in U.S. News & World Report, Limbaugh had an eight-year contract, at the rate of $31.25 million a year. On July 2, 2008, Matt Drudge reported that Limbaugh signed a contract extension through 2016 that is worth over $400 million, breaking records for any broadcast medium — television or radio.

 

Limbaugh was the 1992, 1995, 2000 and 2005 recipient of the Marconi Radio Award for Syndicated Radio Personality of the Year (given by the National Association of Broadcasters), joining the syndicated Bob & Tom Show as the only other four-time winners of a Marconi award. He was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1993.

 

In 2002, Talkers magazine ranked him as the greatest radio talk show host of all time. Limbaugh is the highest-paid syndicated radio host.

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As of 2006' date=' Arbitron ratings indicated that The Rush Limbaugh Show had a minimum weekly audience of 13.5 million listeners, making it the largest radio talk show audience in the United States.

 

According to a 2001 article in U.S. News & World Report, Limbaugh had an eight-year contract, at the rate of $31.25 million a year. On July 2, 2008, Matt Drudge reported that Limbaugh signed a contract extension through 2016 that is worth over $400 million, breaking records for any broadcast medium — television or radio.

 

Limbaugh was the 1992, 1995, 2000 and 2005 recipient of the Marconi Radio Award for Syndicated Radio Personality of the Year (given by the National Association of Broadcasters), joining the syndicated Bob & Tom Show as the only other four-time winners of a Marconi award. He was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1993.

 

In 2002, Talkers magazine ranked him as the greatest radio talk show host of all time. Limbaugh is the highest-paid syndicated radio host.

 

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And all the millions of people who are listening to him are feared by the Libs. That's why they want the Fairness Doctrine. If your message doesn't resonate, kill the message that does. That's the "free speech" the libs believe in.

 

Also, the libs state it isn't fair that he's so popular, but they don't say anything about all the hate speech that comes from the mainstream media on a daily basis. I just find this so curious.

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And all the millions of people who are listening to him are feared by the Libs. That's why they want the Fairness Doctrine. If your message doesn't resonate' date=' kill the message that does. That's the "free speech" the libs believe in.

 

Also, the libs state it isn't fair that he's so popular, but they don't say anything about all the hate speech that comes from the mainstream media on a daily basis. I just find this so curious.[/quote']

 

Sorry James, but I must chuckle in a demeaning way. You really did drink the Kool-Aid. You weren't one of the hand full of survivors of Jones Town, were you?

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