Who Said It: Rush Limbaugh or Philly.com Commenters?

Can you tell the difference?

I’m not really sure why there is such an outcry over Rush Limbaugh’s latest remarks. After all, this is hardly something out of character. He has made millions off of a non-stop stream of ignorance over the years.

But just how ignorant is he? Well, let’s compare him to the absolute lowest rung on the human ladder: the Philly.com commenter. As we all know, the majority of commenters on philly.com are knuckle-dragging troglodyte trolls. If anyone can compete with Rush in the ignorance and bigotry department, it’s these clowns. Let’s see if you can tell the difference between the two.

1. “Feminism was established to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

2. “When it comes down to it, the Muslim president will protect his fellow Muslims [in] Iran.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

3. “If Obama wasn’t black he’d be a tour guide in Honolulu.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

4. ” This … is about you wackos trying to dig deeper into my pocket to pay for your rubbers while you sit home all day collecting the money I work for via your ‘gummint’ check.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

5. “The NFL all looks like a game between the Bloods and Crips without any weapons.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

6. “Have you ever noticed how all composite pictures of wanted criminals resemble Jesse Jackson?”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

7. “Another gimme-gimme liberal who wants the world pay for everything for her. She wasn’t some anonymous ‘co-ed’ but a ‘contraceptive activist’ who picked a Catholic university so she could make a stink.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

8. “I love the women’s movement, especially when I’m walking behind it.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

9. (On flag flying half mast for Whitney Houston): “If the goal is to honor a role model for inner-city crack and cocaine addicts … who squander their potential, then it is absolutely the right decision.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

10. “Let’s also mention how black conservatives are treated by the left. Instead of engaging these men in the arena of ideas, Herman Cain and Clarence Thomas were portrayed as stereotypical black sexual predators. In Cain’s case the left even trotted out a bunch of white women to heighten the effect.”
Rush or Philly.com commenter?

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