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Rush Limbaugh Elaborates on Why He Thinks President Obama Is 'Extraordinary

Rush Limbaugh Elaborates on Why He Thinks President Obama Is 'Extraordinary

"That is the bottom line."

President Barack Obama is "extraordinary" because "he's been a disaster," Rush Limbaugh declared on his radio show Thursday.

Reacting to the president's address at Wednesday's event marking the 50th anniversary of King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, Limbaugh argued Obama doesn't believe anything is possible in the United States.

"That is the bottom line," he said. "You know, before he was elected president, Barack Obama was an ordinary guy. He didn't do anything extraordinary. Zilch, zero, nada."

He continued: "In fact, Obama’s extraordinary today, not because of anything he’s done as president; it’s because he’s been a disaster. He’s extraordinary in the mere fact that he became president. Few people do that. But what has made him extraordinary is his utter disaster of an administration. He rose from do-nothing state senator, to do-nothing U.S. senator, to where he is now — and there are reasons for it. We all know what it is. I’m not gonna get into it, but it is what it is."

Watch the segment via the Daily Rushbo below:


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