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Rush Limbaugh is jumping on the recent controversies sparked by senate majority leader, Harry Reid, and former President, Bill Clinton from the book, “Game Change.” He said on his radio show yesterday.

I know the real reason that Teddy Kennedy was mad and offended when Bill Clinton said ‘Hey, come on man, this guy woulda been fetching us coffee a few years ago.’ what made Teddy Kennedy mad was it’s women get him coffee. It was Negroes that brought Ted Kennedy his booze. And that’s why he was all offended… We deal in the truth here…”


The coffee comment was in reference to a comment attributed to Bill Clinton in the book.

“A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee,”

The “negroes” comment was in reference to Reid’s recently publicized comment from the book.

“(Obama)doesn’t speak with a negro dialect.”

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