Friday, March 6, 2009

Now You Too Can Say, "I'm Sorry, Rush"

Why should Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, Congressman Phil Gingrey of Georgia and Governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina have all the fun? Now you too can have the pleasure of humbling yourself before the de facto head of the Republican party, Rush Limbaugh, and apologize for saying anything critical about him.

It's not necessary to come up with a statement of contrition like Steele's "There was no attempt on my part to diminish his voice or his leadership" or Gingrey's "I regret those stupid comments." There's also no need to send out an aide, like Sanford did, to explain that one is not criticizing anyone in particular with the statement, "Anybody who wants [President Obama] to fail is an idiot."

The secret Republican Apology Machine has been uncovered–and it will provide you with a ready-made apology for the GOP party boss. To get the process going, click here.

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