For Your Eyes Only - Do not print out
1) Rush Limpballs has told his audience, " I haven't lied about
one thing in my life, not my history... my past." His latest outburst -
Wednesday, August 3rd, 2005.
2) Rush Limpballs has told his audience how he would conduct an
audit. We now pick up the conversation, in progress with a caller: "Wait,
Wait, whoa, whoa, are you talking about the audit program...Oil for Food
Program? No, No, No, you don't understand this. You can't have a full
blown scandal unless, and get away with it, unless you audit yourself."
3) Eureka! Diddly has an epiphany! Could "The Sullivan Group" be
a figment of Rush and Tom's imagination? They do the auditing! Not an
4) If the Sullivan Group is not a figment of their imagination,
then it's an example of Commie-style Corrupt Cronyism! Example! Rush
Limpballs is best man at Tom (Deep Throat) Sullivan's wedding. In
exchange, Tom fills in for Rush when he goes on vacation.
5) Have you Dittoheads noticed that Rush Limpballs no longer introduces
himself saying, "I'm almost always right 98.4% of the time, according to
the latest opinion audit of The Sullivan Group."? He's subtracted The
Sullivan Group ― Gone! And added "documented." Now,
he's "almost always right 98.5% of the time, documented.", but doesn't
tell us who is doing the documenting!
6) Rush Limpballs has lied through his teeth. He has never told
his audience: "The Sullivan Group? We made it up! We know you can't audit
an opinion!" How dare he tell his audience he has not lied to them about
one thing in his past. Not his history, his past.
Designed to Dupe Dittoheads
Rush Limbaugh and Tom Sullivan
Rush: Folks, I'm almost always right...¹
Tom²: According to the
latest Opinion Audit of the Sullivan Group³, Rush's official opinion
1) Even though Dittoheads
accept as gospel truth what Rush tells them, Rush knows better. We
have his vocal vibrations on tape,
telling his audience: "When you put almost in front of always, what
follows is meaningless." The blowhard blows his credibility.
2) Tom Sullivan, a willing
accomplice, is creating a culture of credibility for Rush by telling
his audience his method for auditing Rush's opinions. Tom Sullivan is
shilling for Rush Limbaugh, a brilliant blowhard who admits he has has
no credibility. His credibility is not 98.4%, but meaningless.
Zero. Zip. Ziltch. Nada.
3) The Sullivan Group is a
non-existing enterprise. It has no employees. It does not meet a