An incensed Rush Limbaugh spun conspiracy theories out of union leader Jimmy Hoffa's recent controversial comments on his Tuesday show.
Limbaugh gleefully used Hoffa's statement that American voters had to "take out these son-of-a-bitches" in the Tea Party to swear up a storm himself. He also took a slightly different tack from the people criticizing President Obama for not distancing himself more firmly from Hoffa's remarks.
"How do we know that Obama did not [suggest] it to Hoffa?" he said. "He basically praised him! Obama wrote it for Hoffa! Who the hell do you think is inspiring these sons-of bitches anyway?"
Later, Limbaugh repeated his assertion that Obama "suggested" the comments to Hoffa, even though the president wasn't even present when Hoffa made them. He also insisted that the theme to "The Godfather" be played during his rant, comparing Hoffa to a Mafia don.
"Has there been any doubt that Hoffa and Obama have been thinking about Republicans as their bitches since the day he got elected?" he raged.
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