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Is Rush Limbaugh mocking refugees in Japan or Diane Sawyer ... or both?

March 16, 2011 | 12:35 pm

 

In these days of political incorrectness, it's becoming harder and harder to rate the offensive remarks being made about the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

Or in the case of shock jock Rush Limbaugh, maybe it's just tough to decipher what the heck he's mocking now. Is it the Japanese refugees themselves? Or is it ABC news anchor Diane Sawyer and her on-the-ground interviews with survivors? Does Limbaugh really think it's funny that an environmentally advanced country such as Japan has been hit with a natural disaster of epic proportions?

"What is Gaia [Mother Nature] trying to tell us here?" he said on his show Tuesday. "What is the mother of environmentalism trying to say with this hit?"

No, Rush, what you are trying to say?

If you figure it out, Show Tracker readers, would you let us know?

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-- T.L. Stanley

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