Limbaugh: Obama is ‘Afraid’ to Show His Papers Because He’s an Illegal

April 29, 2010

(ChattahBox)— Hate talker Rush Limbaugh weighed in on the controversy surrounding the odious anti-immigration law in Arizona, with his usual anti-Obama vitriol. This time, the right-wing bloviator played to the birther conspiracy theorists, suggesting that President Obama opposes the Arizona law, because Obama is afraid he would be asked for his own papers.

During his talk radio show yesterday, Limbaugh claimed that Obama’s concern for Arizona Latinos becoming harassed by police demanding residency papers, stemmed from his tactic to tie the law to Nazi Germany. He then suggested that President Obama is an undocumented immigrant:

“Papers equals Nazi. Your papers please. It equals Nazi, that’s why Obama is using the term. I can understand Obama being touchy on the subject of producing your papers. Maybe he’s afraid somebody is going to ask him for his.”

Limbaugh has also charged that Democrats are “having a conniption fit about this law in Arizona,” because they want to commit voter fraud by obtaining illegal votes.

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Comments

2 Responses to “Limbaugh: Obama is ‘Afraid’ to Show His Papers Because He’s an Illegal”

  1. Old Man Dotes on April 29th, 2010 4:55 pm

    I’ve never seen a birth certificate for Rush Limbaugh, and he looks exactly like the Ukraine-born KGB assassin who killed a British diplomat in 1978. And he’s rabidly opposed to the American President. Hmmm.

    Inquiring minds want to know: Exactly where in the Ukraine was this “Rush Limbaugh” born, and what is his real name, and when did he enter the USA illegally?

  2. liban on April 30th, 2010 9:54 am

    Rush Limbaugh is asswhole!!

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