Removed Laugh Track Version of 'The Rush Limbaugh Show' Identifies Unseen, Hate-Filled Side to Program

07/12/2010 01:52 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

In entertainment news, a removed laugh track version of "The Rush Limbaugh Show," which circulated on the internet yesterday, has identified an unseen, hate-filled side to the program. While audiences are used to heartily laughing at Limbaugh's blasphemous jokes surrounding Barack Obama, immigration, and Democrats in general, people were dumbfounded by the seemingly new angry, racist angle that is usually masked by rousing laughter.

"My friends and I usually sit around, listening to Rush's show because his jokes are more edgy than any other comedians out there," said 19 year-old, Billy Spaks. "But without the laugh track, I was confused as to whether Rush actually believed that Obama is the 'first president in history [...] who actually wants his nation to fail.' At first I chuckled, but then there was this devilish look in Rush's eyes -- like he actually meant it. We didn't really know how to react."

According to sources, reporters are anticipating that Limbaugh's confirmed upcoming press conference will be on the same comedic level as Richard Pryor in his prime.

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