Rush Limbaugh mocks Obama and Robin Roberts over gay marriage interview

This is hilarious. Rush mocks the excruciatingly tough interview that forced Obama to finally admit that he supports Gay Marriage, and then he mocks Obama in a new Paul Shanklin parody. I love it!

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  • sjmom

    At this point I don’t care whether Obama is for or against gay marriage personally or whether he’s doing it for political purposes. The point is the president of the United States has made a decision which is destructive to our society.

    Shanklin’s parody, as always, was not only funny but true. What a great talent!

    • Sober_Thinking

      Spot on! For the so-called “leader” of this country to set that precedent is pretty damnable.

    • bbitter

      This is a financial/political decision, but I agree with you. This stance is just as morally damaging as Clinton’s Lewinsky-fling in the oval office.

      This kind of usery is not acceptable from a ‘leader’. Shanklin was right, this was a trade, a reverse-lobbying move by Obama, to buy funds with political activism.

      You have to wonder, at what point will the minorities, will the homosexual community wake up to the fact that they are being so incredibly used and abused by this admin? This was shameless.

      I honestly can’t stand to look at the man, hear him, or admit that he’s the President of the nation. I refuse. He’s not my leader. Obama’s made the United States the biggest joke in the world, and the rest of the world is egging him on to do more.

    • jpmorgan1967

      You may be right, but we can’t have a powerful party if we keep alienating so many groups of people. If we mock the idea of gay marriage rather than talk about the utility of civil unions we continue to mock a group which should stand behind us and personal freedom. Homosexuals are about 90% in favor of Obama. Women are 60-40 in favor of Obama. Men are only 55-45 in favor of Romney and the GOP. We don’t have to change our positions, but we need to change our rhetoric if we’re going to compete with a party that is willing to shape their positions to make the majority happy.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Lol! Rush nailed it… “Obama was practically waterboarded by Robin Roberts in order to break him”. Priceless!

    Anyone who didn’t view this as a set up, a cover up (Thanks VP “Bigmouth” Biden), or a distraction, isn’t paying attention. This is simply politics. Nothing more. Nothing less.

  • Only politics. I thought the parody was funny as always and needed a laugh. Only thing is, the parodies are almost too realistic to be funny anymore.
    Now that dear leader has done the most awesome leader inspired decision ever in accepting gay marriage, all eyes can now shift to the evil right wing fanatic republican bigots….

    oh i need to find a happy place to go to.

  • Sparky5253

    Tell me again why we are allowing such a miniscule percentage of the world’s population to have so much power, politically, morally and legally.

    Has everyone lost the ability to just say “take a hike” and then ignore the Leftist fringe and their rabid insanity?

    • bbitter

      In a word… Yes.

      The majority is asleep, lulled asleep by lies:
      The majority has bought the line that ‘we’ need to be more ‘tolerant’ of the minority who breaks societal and moral rules, and that the minority has no standard of tolerance because… well, just because.

      The majority has bought the line that ‘we’ somehow have more rights than the minority, even though the laws don’t care about sexual preference, and now we have special laws, based on sexual preference, giving a minority more ‘rights’ than the majority.

      The majority has bought the line that because someone refuses to conform to society, that society has to conform to them.

      The majority has bought the line that the minority is much bigger than they are, that the minority is more important and integral to society than society’s rules, that society will be guilty of heinous crimes if we don’t sacrifice our morals.

      The majority has bought the line that the minority here can tell God what He meant, that He was wrong, and that, somehow, God will admit fault.

      The majority has accepted all these ideals to swallow the poison pill; that society will become a horrible place if we don’t encourage ourselves, our politicians, our neighbors, and our children to accept or participate in behavior that we know IS horrible and wrong.

      The majority has bought the line that we can create heaven by walking all the roads to hell.

      Yes. the majority has lost the ability to tell them ‘no’.

    • stage9

      Liberals believe that the MINORITY trump the MAJORITY!

      George Washington: “[T]he fundamental principle of our Constitution… enjoins [requires] that the will of the majority shall prevail.

      Thomas Jefferson: “[T]he will of the majority [is] the natural law of every society [and] is the only sure guardian of the rights of man. Perhaps even this may sometimes err. But its errors are honest, solitary and short-lived.”

      Liberals take a completely opposite position than our founders. But don’t they always?

  • The parody was great, but Obama will have to answer for what he has done.

  • stage9

    I’m officially done with the GOP:

    Gay marriage ‘a generational issue’
    Ex-Republican Rep. Tom Davis says the GOP may have to change its stance to remain electable.

    • bbitter

      well.. if that is the case, I agree with you. The GOP can take their big (gay) tent and shove it. I cannot be a part of it.

      I have a feeling that the tent may be big, but that there will be very few inside.

      It seems to me that the republican party is becoming the democrat party, and the democrat party has gone super-extreme-leftist.

      So… is there a party for the conservatives? I think we’ll either see a new party for conservatives become a major player in politics and one of the two main parties will die, or the republicans will return to a conservative realm. Tom Davis is right that the republican party is fighting for it’s life, but I think he’s trying to jump off the cliff, not come back from the edge.

  • Watchman74

    Really disappointed with the direction we are going as a nation.

  • 3seven77

    Even FOX is calling it a political payoff. The headline on is: $ame $ex Payoff? Is it coincidence that a day after President Obama endorses same-sex marriage, he’s heading out to Hollywood for a $40,000-a-plate campaign fundraiser with George Clooney that’s expected to raise $15 million?

    This guy is so transparent he is virtual cellophane. But The Onion has his number. I thought this was hysterical:,28146/

  • E. Lee Zimmerman

    Well, the sheer lunacy so far as I see it is Showbama and his cronies drafted a statement practically indicting North Carolina for doing the wrong thing in saying that marriage will be defined as between a man and a woman … only to 24 hours later actually take the exact same stance as North Carolinians did in this interview!

    Oh, the irony!

  • PJRodman

    That segment was hilarious…and now he’s ripping the Romney the Barber story. Thank God for Obama…without him unruly mobs of Mormons would be scalping all the gays.

  • Susitna

    This is no surprise…..Obama was always in evolution from a sweet Kenyan/UK Baby, to an Indonesian school boy, to a foreign marxist student in the U.S, to a Chicago Community Organizer, to an “American Senator” and now POTUS……ups sorry I forgot a few evolution phases in between………from a Madrasa, to Jeremiah Wright Trinity United Church and then to some Catholic Church……

  • We have so many serious problems facing this nation, from the lousy economy to Iran getting a nuclear bomb, and all the Democrats can worry about is whether or not Bill should marry Bob? Pathetic.

  • msverde1

    Out of the park, once again, Rush!!

  • wodiej

    We are all children of God and should treat each other as such. If there was a lot more loving one another and a lot less judging, the world would be a much better place.

    “There but for the grace of God go I.”

  • 12grace

    Gotta love, Rush.

  • aZjimbo

    robin roberts I thought wanted to give ………. to barry.

  • Linky1

    Looks like Obozo isn’t going to be invited to Bawney Fwank’s wedding…….