Douche Limbaugh Strikes Again

Hey! Do you know what’s REALLY driving up the cost of health care in the USA? Why, according to Douche Limbaugh, it’s people who exercise! Yep. People interested in fitness are responsible for expensive health care. See if you can follow this “logic”

Apparently, Douche can’t tell the difference between the costs of one-time acute injuries such as a sprained ankle and long-term chronic maladies such as heart disease and the complications associated with them. And let’s not even get into the whole quality-of-life thing.

But when you’re a doughy Oxycontin abuser I guess it makes perfect sense. One thing I will say about Douche, he knows his audience. I’m sure there aren’t many “fitness freaks” in that group. And what’s with his not-so-thinly-veiled jealousy that I hear about injuries being a “badge of honor”? I’ve known a great many athletes who have been injured and not a single one of them is in any way proud of their injuries. In fact, injuries do nothing but frustrate the athlete. I’d go so far as to suggest that, at least to many distance runners, “injury” is almost synonymous with “I was stupid”.

  1. #1 by strebel on June 15, 2009 - 1:24 pm

    Chicks dig sprained ankles… but not cankles.

  2. #2 by Rev. BigDumbChimp on June 15, 2009 - 2:10 pm

    I’m guessing he also thinks that people who don’t abuse prescription drugs are partially responsible too.

  3. #3 by Bill from Dover on June 15, 2009 - 8:38 pm

    Where do I fit in if I run to the store for a bag of giant Cheetos?

  4. #4 by kemibe on June 15, 2009 - 10:54 pm

    Wanna know the occupation of he last woman to divorce this bloated pillhead?

    Aerobics instructor.

    Good thing Rush can separate his “professional” “life” from his personal “life”so handily.

    Most of his acolytes are similarly fat dimwits whose chief source of exercise is putting more oil in the crankcase of the Ford Ranger or packing more black powder into a musket, so they’ll again happily agree with him.

  5. #5 by ancientTechie on June 16, 2009 - 11:58 am

    The only athlete I ever met who was proud of his injuries was a hockey player.

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