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Rush Reacts to Gingrich Story: Unlike Clinton, At Least He Had 'Politeness' to Ask Permission

"You know how this stuff is a resume enhancement in the Democrat party."

On radio Thursday, Rush Limbaugh reacted to the story of Newt Gingrich's ex-wife Marianne accusing Newt of wanting an "open marriage". And in classic Rush fashion, he went on an over-the-top rant dripping with sarcasm and taking shots at the Democrats, the media,  and even Bill Clinton.

"I think the Democrats may have to give Newt a second look here," Rush said, he "got along with Clinton pretty well."

He went on to say that unlike Bill Clinton -- who had his own problems with marital cheating -- at least Gingrich "had the politeness to ask permission for it."

"You think Bill ever did that?" he asked. "Now we know, if Newt can hold to enough of the Republican base, he might take 20 percent of the Democrat vote with this. You know how this stuff is a resume enhancement in the Democrat party."

He went on to quote a letter from a friend who called it a "BFD" -- an acronym for "Big Fu**ing Deal." Listen to the entire rant below courtesy of DailyRushbo, which also includes his explanation of why he laughed when he heard ABC was in a conundrum about when to release the interview (an a theory on how the news media may have been planning to sabotage the primary process):

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