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Meaningless pseudo banter from a dim witted intellectual false with a career in comedy shortened by a lack of substancePublished 2 days ago by LibertarianismsareCool
I read and thought it was funny. However, it prompted me to try to listen to Rush Limbaugh on the radio one time to see what Al Franken was talking about. Read morePublished 2 months ago by william miranda
Full Disclosure: I'm biased because I too think Rush Limbaugh is a big, fat idiot. That said, I thought the book was for the most part very entertaining. Read morePublished 11 months ago by James D. Pratt
The funniest part about the book is the review by former Ambassador Jeanne Kilpatrick and Franken's response. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Stephen J. Dibert
Franken, an intelligent and educated, politically engaged man, is very funny when he is at his best, and the target of his humor is a repulsive bigoted loudmouthed hypocrite with a... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Stephen Mann
OK, I confess, I only got a hundred pages into this. It seems to consist primarily of "Rush Limbaugh is fat."
Not an especially interesting comment or argument. Read more
Complete garbage a political book with more opinion than fact and I'm not even a rush limbaugh fan but fact check statements and it's easy to see its just a book to be negativePublished 19 months ago by Jack B.