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Q&A: Which was more offensive? Rush’s “slüt” comment, or Santorum’s “don’t get an education” comment?

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Question by : Which was more offensive? Rush’s “slüt” comment, or Santorum’s “don’t get an education” comment?
I’m having a hard time deciding this one. On one hand, the language in Rush’s comment is far more offensive. However, the fact that a presidential candidate is encouraging people NOT to get an education is downright evil.

What do you think?

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Answer by Vulcan
Hard to know what republican creep is the biggest piece of dog sh*t. But they all work hard to be the dumbest and most shocking. It’s all for their moron TeaBag base.

And by being dumb and most shocking they do get the headlines – that’s all they want really. They don’t care if they make any sense.

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    Neither, I find the effort of elected officials to raise the burden on the middle class and working poor to be far more offensive than statements made by private citizens.

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    Well, at least Rush has been forced to back away from his lying rant. He’s even tried to offer a back handed apology. But when it comes down to being the worst, Rush takes the cake. He’s had decades to perfect his act.

    Rick is a retarded little fool. No amount of practice will compensate for his lack of moral character.

  3. 0

    I didn’t hear either and have only heard the left wing loons ranting about them. Neither bothers me half as much as the constant left wing lies and hate spewed day after day.

  4. 0

    BOTH–comments are alarming in the degree of IGNORANCE they display…just amazing that stupid is now a recomendation…

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    Bill Maher calling Sarah Palin a “stupid c*nt”. I’m still waiting for the “liberal outrage” and for liberals to demand an apology for that one.

  6. 0

    They’re both ignorant megalomaniacs.

    Give them equally billing as being offensive and obnoxious.

  7. 0

    What’s offensive is women wanting taxpayers to pay for their sex choices.
    If they can’t afford it, then they shouldn’t do it.
    Why do they expect entitlements?

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