Thursday, July 19, 2012

Rush to misjudgement

Never one to let facts stand in the way of his dopey (!) bloviations, radio babbler Rush Limbaugh now claims that the people who made the new Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises made some sort of slam at Willard M. Rmoney, the Republican candidate for president of the United States and the Cayman Islands.

This was one of those days when Rush started pounding on his console and biting off every word.  He tends to be one of those who overpronounce every word, as if each of them were a pellet of golden truth manna.

Rush, probably acting on a tip from one of his well-informed listeners, went off on one of his rants the other day, claiming that the Dark Knight movie has a villain named Bane.

And this is a direct slap at Rmoney, because Mitts used to work for an outfit called Bain, although he's not sure when he left them or anything.

The creators of the Batman comic book introduced Bane as a character in 1993.  That's almost 20 years ago, Rushbo!

Curiously, Bart Simpson likes movies starring McBain - a character loosely based on the loose-moraled former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger.   Do you think that Bart was in on the deal all along?

Do you see any reason why people would continue to listen to Rush Limbaugh?

Neither do I!

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