# #rsrh Of COURSE it was a quasi-apology, David Axelrod.

More accurately, as I noted privately the other day, Rush Limbaugh served up a combined “Sorry if you were offended” and “It was a joke.” David Axelrod should be familiar with these species of non-apology apologies, seeing as the Democrats are quite fond of both.  Not that any of this is particularly my problem, since the last time I checked Limbaugh wasn’t running the Republican party, Axelr0d et al‘s tired rhetoric to the contrary.

That includes, pretty specifically, me not caring if anybody else has a problem with this not being particularly my problem.  Take it up with Rush Limbaugh, assuming that you can even get his attention…

Moe Lane

PS: Yes, yes, yes, the GOP is doomed in November because of this.  Tell you what, Nostradamus: since you can tell the future so well then you can just leave me a comment telling me Wednesday’s Powerball numbers.  Sixty million bucks buys a lot of credibility when it comes to claims of reliable precognition.

No, really, Powerball numbers or nothing.  Let’s get some quantifiable evidence for a change.

## 3 thoughts on “#rsrh Of COURSE it was a quasi-apology, David Axelrod.”

1. Earlgrey says:

4 20 12 8 22 51

2. Catseye says:

On the Powerball game stick with numbers 10 thru 14 for the powerball, with 11 being optimal. The other numbers tend to be to random for easy prediction.

3. earlgrey says:

I just used 2012, Obama’s Birthday, the date of the next innaugaration and Obama’s age. Clearly there were better things I could have been doing with my time.