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Rush Limbaugh Says Oil Spill Could Be A Good Thing

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When Rush Limbaugh makes comments like the ones you’re about to hear, it makes me wonder how anyone can support him, much less believe he has even a modicum of common sense.

On yesterday’s show, Limbaugh took it upon himself to “find the good” in the oil spill; saying that he of all people can identify with the people of the Gulf Coast because he owns beachfront property. Right. To all the environmental whiners and people worried about oil polluting their shores, cheer up! Rush says that there will now be less people, so the beaches will have time to “naturally” repair themselves. Hooray! He also says that there will not be any turtles laying their eggs at night (because they’ll be “smart” enough to avoid the oil) which will allow him to keep his lights on at night. Let’s all cheer again!

So there you go, Gulf Coast. A multi-millionaire that owns beachfront property on the east coast of Florida says he understands your pain and that you should all just shut the f**k up and blame Obama for the mess. Feel better now? Listen to the clip below:

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