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Limbaugh Revels In Dog-Gate By Doing A ‘Pretty Good’ Jeremiah Wright Impression

Right now, the country is embroiled in the Great Canine Controversy of 2012 which is both the name for what is happening as well the title of my spec script for a Hotel for Dogs sequel. It’s all gotten fairly complicated but, to explain briefly, President Obama is Short Round and Mitt Romney is Clark Griswold. Rush Limbaugh has now stepped in to give his analysis of the story which, as you can imagine, was much more in depth than my silly YouTube links. He explained things by doing a silly impression instead.

Yes, after saying the whole situation made him “very uncomfortable,” Limbaugh began wondering aloud when Jeremiah Wright was going to comment. To illustrate his point, he launched into an extended impression of the pastor. After he was done, Limbaugh congratulated himself on his “pretty good” facsimile.

I guess it was pretty good. I mean, it wasn’t “impression of Chinese President Hu Jintao good, but it was up there.

Listen to the clip below:

(h/t The Daily Caller)

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