Friday, August 15, 2008


Applying the Test

Rush Limbaugh:

Well, this is what it is - my theory that I have, that is to say, which is mine, is mine.


I am asking.

Rush Limbaugh:

Oh, what is my theory? This is it (clears throat). My theory that belongs to me is as follows (clears throat at great length). This is how it goes. The next thing I'm going to say is my theory. Ready?



Rush Limbaugh:

My theory by R. Limbaugh. Brackets Mister, brackets. This theory goes as follows and begins now:

"Ladies and gentleman, my theory that I just explained to you about why -- you know, what could have John Edwards' motivations been to have the affair with Rielle Hunter, given his wife is smarter than he is and probably nagging him a lot about doing this, and he found somebody that did something with her mouth other than talk."

So, marriages are endangered because the wife is smarter than the husband? Then what are we to make of Limbaugh's three divorces?

... Other than that, after some 30 years of trying, he has been unable to find any woman stupider than himself?

Via Dispatches From the Culture Wars

Nicely aimed, sir. It's just too bad Limbag's too stupid to feel it.
Ah, yes. The inherent failing of snark. The people most deserving of it are immune to the effects.
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