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Rush Limbaugh On The Same Sex Marriages At The Grammys: “It was horrible, it was despicable.”

Limbaugh Grammys Conservative radio host, drug addict and adulterer Rush Limbaugh found last night’s Grammy Awards to be “despicable,” but he wasn’t surprised. On his radio show Monday morning, the host reacted to the award show that featured Katy Perry “dressed as a witch and burned at the stake” while gay couples were married to the song “Same Love” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Via Meditaite:

“It was horrible, it was despicable,” Limbaugh said of the show. He agreed with the words of former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron, who thought the “demonic” performances showed there’s “a lot of evil in the world.” Limbaugh also admonished Macklemore’s lyrics, which “openly attacked right-wing conservatives and Christians.” But Limbaugh said the controversy was “the point” of shows like Grammy Awards, which aim to “mock, insult and lampoon their audience.” He went on to connect the award show to CNN. “Nobody watches, but because they have not strayed from the liberal path, they are still loved and adored and praised,” he said of that network, though he did not say by whom. “They have not watered down the liberalism.”

Early Neilsen numbers show that 28.5 million Americans watched the Grammy’s last night. Or as Limbaugh said, “nobody.”

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2 thoughts on “Rush Limbaugh On The Same Sex Marriages At The Grammys: “It was horrible, it was despicable.””

  1. WHO gives a shit with this sick bastard freak drug addict thinks. Personally I NEVER give him a second of my thoughts in any given day. He might as well be dead.

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