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Barack Obama, Kim Kardashian, and Rush Limbaugh are all going to Fuck Each Other!!

Are you just going to look at this photo and not read a single word of the article? It's cool; the only reason I read it is because I was the one who wrote it.

Hey, look. It's a picture of Rush Limbaugh back when he had hair. I have no idea if this is old news or new news, but I will certify that it was dug up today on Yahoo for some reason. The words of Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh surfaced again during a segment that surprisingly also mentioned Morrissey.


Rush Limbaugh's Statement on Barack Obama:
"He's becoming Barack Kardashian. I'll tell you that's what he’s becoming,” Limbaugh said Tuesday on his talk show. “He is becoming the male Kim Kardashian with this stuff, and it's been building. He is [the] celebrity of the United States."

Really? I mean, I know some people just say stuff to get attention and to get noticed by media outlets and crying agencies such as Yahoo News. However, Really? Obama is Barack Kardashian? 

Really? The Male Kim Kardashian?
Oh yes, Just like Obama?




When did this ever happen to Barack Obama?




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