Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke and popular radio host Rush Limbaugh have found themselves at the center of a media firestorm.
Earlier this afternoon, Fluke appeared on MSNBC, where she told host Andrea Mitchell about a supportive phone call she received from President Barack Obama after radio host Rush Limbaugh maligned her earlier this week. Upon hearing about Obama's call with the woman, Limbaugh defended himself and railed against the president's support for Fluke.
In an effort to mock the president, the popular host made a kissing noise with his lips and provided a great deal of commentary on the matter.
"That is so compassionate. What a great guy," Limbaugh poked. "The president called her to make sure she's okay. What is she, 30 years old? Thirty years old, student at Georgetown Law who admits to having so much sex she can't afford it."
In responding to the president's call and to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney's allegations that the popular host's attacks on Fluke were "inappropriate," Limbaugh said that Obama should return the $1 million comedian Bill Maher gave to his Super PAC.
"Will President Obama now give back the $1 million that Bill Maher just gave his super PAC?" Limbaugh asked. "You want to get some of the tapes that Bill Maher has called Sarah Palin? The C word over and over again?"
"Not one person says, 'Well, did you ever think about maybe backing off the amount of sex you have?'" he continued.
Limbaugh was also bothered by Obama's statement that Fluke's parents should be proud of her. Listen below:
(H/T: ABC News)