Limbaugh: "Has The CDC Ever Published A Story About The Dangers Of Catching Disease When You Sleep With Illegal Aliens?"

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From the January 31 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:

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TRANSCRIPT:

LIMBAUGH: Alright, so I guess we can assume here global warming more people are going to die because more people are going to be sleeping with their pets. It's a risk folks. It's a risk that all of you must take.

What if the -- has the CDC ever published a story about the dangers of catching diseases when you sleep with illegal aliens? I mean -- No, I am not comparing them to pets. I just wonder if you get diseases from sleeping with people and animals and so forth, what do these studies --

And they -- hilarious thing is they call me a fearmonger. You got all these clowns out there writing all these stories about you're going to die tomorrow if you do something entirely normal. And for which there is no evidence anybody has ever died. Have you every seen on the death certificate died because he slept with Fido? Haven't seen it.

Previously:

Limbaugh on AZ decision: "I guess the judge is saying" it's not OK "for Arizona to try to defend itself from an invasion"

Rush weighs in on immigration reform: "We are at the forefront of a dissolution of a nation"

Rush warns of "invading army of illegal aliens who are using our services and taking our jobs"

Limbaugh: Somali pirates have "entitlement mentality. I could have sworn they were originally Americans"; speculates "maybe they were illegal immigrants"

Discussing immigration, Limbaugh claims "Democrat [sic] Party way is to destroy the U.S. culture in order to get votes"

Limbaugh: Mexican immigrants who illegally enter the U.S. are "unwilling to work"

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Immigration, Immigration Myths
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Premiere Radio Networks
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Rush Limbaugh
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