Rush Limbaugh’s Influence, RIP

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to celebrate the death of Rush Limbaugh’s influence on the American political and social scenes. Limbaugh’s influence, which peaked in 1994 and has been steadily eroding since, was at one time a terror on the airwaves, but has now flat-lined, leaving him and his cartel of 75-year-old-angry-white-guy listeners as little more than impotent, powerless parodies of themselves.

Limbaugh, who has spent the last several years being busted on drug charges, taking Viagra-fueled trips to such exotic sex tourism locations as the Dominican Republic and interviewing Dick Cheney, could not be reached for comment. Nonetheless, his Influence continued to barely cling to life. With the release of his latest appeal to the KKK, the song “Barack the Magic Negro,” (lyrics here) Limbaugh’s Influence has been rendered utterly irrelevant, and is now as dead as Don Imus’ career.

Limbaugh now joins the like of Michael Savage, Ann Coulter, Bill O’Reilly, and the dude with a bag over his head in the “Hug a Hater” video, as completely irrelevant, albeit noisy, gasbags who will now spout any racist, homophobic or misogynistic epitaph in the hope that someone notices them.

In fact, when asked who would have the most influence of the above in the 2008 Presidential elections, 98 percent of the American public chose the “Hater.”

RIP, Rush Limbaugh’s Influence.


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3 responses to “Rush Limbaugh’s Influence, RIP

  1. May I dance on its grave in a red dress?

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