Lori Lightweight Loses It – The Rush Limbaugh Show

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Even though it was Chicago Mayor Lori Lightweight (proving Rush’s nickname valid for her even more in this embarrassing case) who rudely asked for more time when emailing her programmer, it might just be that poor soul who instead he needed it due to the mistreatment, chuckled guide host Ken Matthews.

In fact, Ken knew he wouldn’t be the only one laughing as he introduced the ridiculous argument: “This is just too good to pass up. Because if you don’t laugh, your head will explode.”

In another case of out-of-this-world liberal politicians wasting precious time on public service, tantrum-prone Lightweight let his fingers run wild as he tapped, tapped, and tapped – and then tapped again – an email to his. programmer. The rumor of this leaked to such an extent, Ken grinned, that the Chicago Tribune lightweight reporter from the Chicago Tribune filed a FOIA request to see the blatant emails.

In a moment of waiting, shock ensued when Lightweight was found writing this exclamation-pointed line sixteen times in a row: “I need office time every day!” Office time, common in these environments, Ken recalled, is considered “typically a less structured part of the day when the mayor can think, write or make long-term plans or tell police officers to stop chasing the culprits. , whatever they do in Chicago. “

And that wasn’t the only remark so incredulous and maniacally repeated about the resting state she was demanding (and thus proving beyond doubt that she was missing), the hilarious, if ultimately frivolous, investigative report showed.

“’Not just once a week or a few days. Every day, “exclamation point wrote 10 times,” Ken laughed. “‘If that doesn’t change immediately, I’ll just start unilaterally deleting things every day.’ He wrote it five times. “I explained myself”, finally, exclamation point, question mark. Thirteen times. This is like The Shining. “

At the recent press conference due to these “revelations” (yes, even more time wasted on the government of freedom), the lightweight announced that it has solved all problems since they occurred five months ago. One big question remained unanswered: Did the abused scheduler ever have deserved downtime?

Ken noted that the real headline should have been that Rush got it right again when we essentially heard him say Lightweight is so confused he doesn’t even define himself correctly, being classified as an “original” because the country had no place for. she as a black and gay woman. But Ken noticed that Rush was “bright again” as he made the distorted thinking clear to her by saying:

“While Lori Lightweight thinks the Constitution wasn’t something for her, what is it now?” Rush asked with insight. “The mayor of Chicago. How does it happen? How did a woman who thinks the Constitution didn’t even consider her a person in any way, how did she end up being the mayor of Chicago? And the answer is precisely that document that, according to her, left her out of everything, it was the document that allowed – perhaps the wrong word – that contained in her writings the ability to change it, to amend it, to evolve. And by the consent of the governed, by the consent of the people, she is now considered a full-fledged person because the constitution was malleable. He was adaptable. I think it is a testament to the brilliance of the Constitution “.

Over Lightweight’s Head? Just Rush ultimately sheds some light on why it does the things it does, like swimming in hot email infested water.

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