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Those Democrats Are Real Wiseacres, What With Their Hilarious Rush Limbaugh Billboard Slogans

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The actual central Democratic party apparatus introduceda wacky prank last week to stick it to farty ol' Rush Limbaugh: they'd come up with a funny slogan about Rush being weird and place it on a billboard in Rush's hometown. Then Rush would see it all the time and feel embarrassed! UBER-PWNAGE MUCH? Well today we (and approximately 150 of our tipsters) received an e-mail from the Democrat party listing the five finalist slogans. They are all hilarious and, uh, Rush will feel so stupid. Hint: apparently the word "Rush" can be used to form puns!


Wonkette Obama --

Last week, I asked if you had a message you'd like to send Rush Limbaugh. The response was overwhelming. We received tens of thousands of submissions, and we picked the top five [Consider these statistics after reading the selections -- Ed.]:

* "Americans didn't vote for a Rush to failure"

* "Hope and change cannot be Rush'd"

* "Failure is not an option for America's future"

* "We can fix America, just don't Rush it"

* "Rush: Say yes to America"

Now, we're putting it up for a vote. Decide which slogan Rush will see in his home town.

The slogan with the most votes will be put on a billboard where Rush can't miss it.

HA HA TAKE THAT, YOU FAT LEPER.

Can you even imagine how foolish Rush Limbaugh would feel if he saw a billboard that said, "Failure is not an option for America's future"? He'd read that shit and be like... "I agree." What a spazz!!

Vote on our Rush billboard [Democrats.org]

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