Rush Limbaugh Challenges God to Debate
on 3/6/2009 (2)
Coming off a week that saw conservative icon Rush Limbaugh back down GOP Chairman Michael Steele (no relation to myself) and mock President Obama for not accepting a radio debate offer, Rush has pushed the envelope even further, challenging the almighty creator of all to the debate to end all debates.
"I'm gonna wipe the floor with God," Rush said on his radio show earlier today. "Natural disasters, the collapsing economy, liberals in the Whitehouse, Family Guy still on TV while Buffy the Vampire Slayer is gone... I've got some serious issues with what God has allowed to go on under his watch."
With Rush riding as high as he has ever ridden (at least since a pain killer addiction in 2003), it is possible that he feels that by defeating God, he can take his place as the most revered and worshiped being on the planet.
Many inside the GOP are privately fearful of what this challenge could mean to the man that currently appears as the face of the party.
"The wraith of God is not something to be taken lightly," said one high ranking Republican member, sighting the numerous plagues, floods, and Celine Deon concerts perpetrated by God that have killed millions of people.
While the GOP has no doubts Rush can hold his own against God in a debate, the fear is that Rush will not survive that long, possibly being struck down by a lighting bolt, out of control bus, or high calorie diet.
Many Rush super fans are perplexed by this challenge, believing that "Rush is God" and now confused how he could debate himself.
Many religious leaders are offended by the notion of Rush debating God, feeling God's time could be better spent punishing sinners and thinking up new ways to sell more bibles.
At the time of this writing, neither God or his agent Drew Rosenhaus returned phone calls or emails to Smooth Operator as to whether or not he would accept Rush's challenge.
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