Does this Guy Strike you as a Mayor?

Not at all, says Mr. Rush Limbaugh, who upon meeting Antonio Villaraigosa thought he was a “shoeshine guy” or a secret service agent at best.

According to a Portfolio blogger, during an interview this week with -who else?- Fox News, the right-wing radio blabber commentator recounted his first meeting with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.

“I shook [Clinton’s] hand, he left, comes back [with] the mayor of Los Angeles,” he told listeners. “I thought it was a Secret Service agent, maybe a shoeshine guy. Turns out he gives me his card, I said, ‘Oh, my gosh, it’s the mayor of Los Angeles.'”

Mr. Villaraigosa is said to be considering a response to Mr. Limbaugh. So, while he makes up his mind, go ahead and help him find a good one:

“The first time I saw Mr. Limbaugh I thought… [Fill in the blank]”

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6 Responses to Does this Guy Strike you as a Mayor?

  1. Julio Cesar says:

    … What? Wait a minute… Who IS Rush Limbaugh? Should I KNOW him? 😀

  2. Miguelito says:

    ……hey look, a fat boy version of Bill O’Reilly!!

    Both equally loud mouthed and responsible for creating a mass of ignorant, one sided “shock media” morons who couldn’t offer a real opinion on a subject except for what they are told to believe.

    What a joke!!hahahahaha

  3. richmx2 says:

    … i thought he gay. Obviously not an athlete himself, he tries too hard to use sports metaphors, has a aggressive and condescending attitude towards women (remember “femi-nazis?) and a defensive “wit” (cruel, but it is there) that would be called “dish” today. He reminds me of a lot of the old queens who are still in denial that I meet down here in Mexico.

  4. elChuy says:

    …no thanks, I already parked my car.

  5. Michael Dozier says:

    The first time I saw Mr. Limbaugh I thought my girlfriend can kick his girlfriend’s ass anytime.

  6. Luis Avila says:

    I thought he was going to eat me de un bocado!

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