Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity are to be married Sunday evening at the Wingnut Country Club in West Palm Beach. The Rev. Glenn Beck, a minister of, Jesus American Savior Church, is to officiate.
Mr. Limbaugh, 35, will be keeping his name. He is the owner of EIB, a West Palm Beach company, specializing in cold cuts, especially known for its twenty types of baloney. He graduated, Laudi Da, from College of the Ozarks, in taxidermy.
He is the son of the late Chester and Dottie Limbaugh of Kamloops, British Columbia.
Mr. Hannity, 33, is keeping his name. He is the owner of Suds & Studs, a popular bar in West Palm Beach featuring, a "national security, stay engaged dance," every Wednesday night. He is a graduate mixologist, with two thumbs up, from Mr. Boston.
He is the son of Carney and Trish Hannity of Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts. He conducts tequila shot night every Tuesday at the Moose Lodge and Jell-O-shooters at the VFM on Thursday's.
Mr. Limbaugh and Mr. Hannity met in May 2007 at a party in New York City. They were introduced by a mutual friend, Ann Coulter, author of "Moonbats are a Scourge to America."
"As we started talking, we realized how much we had in common," Mr. Limbaugh recalled. "We were both children of legal immigrants," added Mr. Hannity. "Sean asked me out to dinner the next day, and that first date, at an American restaurant, with an American waiter, was one of the best evenings of my life," said, Rush. "We were both on the right side from head to toe and everything in between, it was as if we'd known each other for years," echoed, Sean.
A reception at O'Reilly's Fox Den will consist of mostly finger food: steak tartare, angels on horseback, sliders and mini sausages wrapped in phyllo dough.
Instead of going anywhere they plan to, "read the US Constitution to one another for three fun filled days, with breaks of American cigars and wine."