Does the Name "Rush Limbaugh" Ring a Bell?

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Wednesday, 25 October 2006

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Slapstick comedian, dog-trainer, and master of Pavlovian psychology, Rush Limbaugh....has been serving up new gruel to his four-legged friends, and setting new lows for cheap, vulgar and dishonest propaganda, on his radio show.

On his talk-show, recently, Limbaugh stated that the actor Michael J. Fox, a proponent of stem-cell research, was faking the severe tremors associated with Parkinson's Disease.

"He's moving all around and shaking and it's all purely an act....This is really shameless of Michael J. Fox. Either he didn't take his medication or he's acting."

Limbaugh has become famous for his success in hypnotizing his followers...using a form of Pavlovian psychology...into believing the most innane stories. These followers....lovingly known as "dittoheads"...unable to think up their own political arguments...then go out and repeat these absurd stories and arguments, verbatum and ad nauseum, during political discussions, weddings, and while in bed with their spouses.

Following the revelations of toture, by US troops, at Abu Ghraib, Limbaugh rationalized the hideous scenario, by stating that it was "all a big frat party", and the US troops were "just blowing off steam".

Following the breaking of the Foley teenage page sex scandal, Limbaugh blamed Foley's behavior on the pages, saying that the communications reported by ABC were an example of "young kids" who like to "make fun of gay people." He later claimed that the entire scandal had been a set up by the Democrats.

Harvard professor of political science, Barney Hampton, remarked "In the beginning Limbaugh's commentaries seemed fresh and interesting, however, ever since he got addicted to prescription drugs, the quality of his ideas has gone downhill, and his show now has the credibility of the National Inquirer."

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