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Wednesday, 23 February 2011

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During his daily radio broadcast Monday, Rush Limbaugh couldn't resist aiming his vitriol toward the First Lady, calling her a hypocrite for dining on a sumptuous short rib dinner while, says Limbaugh "she's making the rest of the country exist on nuts, berries, seeds and cardboard."

The fact that the first lady was out skiing and burning up any calories she may have been consuming while Rush is always sitting on his ample patootie and exercising nothing more than his mouth was lost on the porky radio show host.

Rush told his audience that his daily arm flailing burns the equivalent of 300 calories an hour, and claims he's also been told by his doctors that continual screaming burns more calories than jumping rope. "Sure," said Limbaugh, "other people get up, go outdoors and do physical activities to keep the weight off. Unfortunately I have a job where that isn't possible, so I make do."

Limbaugh's doctors have admitted that without the wild posturing, screaming and hitting himself in and about the face on a continual basis, Limbaugh could easily weigh more than 450 pounds by now."

Ironically, then Limbaugh cut to a commercial from one of his regular sponsors, 'Bubba Joe's Barbecue Rib Barn' where, they say "just lickin' your fingers adds ten pounds to your body weight."

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