Ronald Reagan Returns to Kick Rush Limbaugh in the Ass!

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Tuesday, 11 January 2011

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A surprised radio audience who faithfully listen to the Rush Limbaugh Show for three hours a day received a nasty shock yesterday when they suddenly heard a shout from Limbaugh and a crash.

"If you think the listeners were amazed, you should have been here at the studio", stated one of the technicians. "In walks Ronald Reagan himself, everyone is too scared to stop him and he goes into the studio and begins kicking Mr. Limbaugh in the ass."

Apparently Limbaugh had gone after the witches in Romania after they had been taxed last week and they somehow got Reagan out of his tomb for only two hours (He is back in his tomb right now according to ground keepers). During that two hours Reagan made it to the Limbaugh studio and kicked Limbaugh out of his studio and through the building and out the door.

"Mr. Reagan seemed very upset and told the listeners that he was sick and tired of Limbaugh and others who have used his name to forward many of their own ideas that he never had nor taught. He then told the other right-wing radio jocks that they could present their own views from now on without using his name", stated the guy who screens callers.

Meanwhile Limbaugh's wife stated that he had arrived safely home but that his hair was solid white and his ass up round the middle of his back.

"I guess a stiff leg can really bring a big blow to one's posterior."

Meanwhile, Sean Hannity began his show today with "The views expressed on this radio program are not necessarily those of Ronald Reagan."

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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