Monday, June 7, 2010

If there was ever a wedding to nuke...

That hearing aid practically gets her off by itself. You should try it sometime.

It was Rush Limbaugh's recent embarrassingly expensive wedding to his fourth wife:
...according to a News Corporation wire report, the Rocket Man, 63, serenaded the 400 guests into the wee hours Saturday night to celebrate the marriage of Limbaugh, 59, to Kathryn Rogers, 33, in the Ponce de Leon ballroom of Florida's fabled Breakers hotel in Palm Beach. Sir Elton's fee: $1 million, the report notes.

Amid dozens of giant bouquets of white roses (and very tight security), reports the Palm Beach Post, guests at the wedding included former Bush adviser Karl Rove; actor-politician Fred Thompson; former Kansas City Royals slugger George Brett; Fox News commentator Sean Hannity; former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani; New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft; former Clinton adviser James Carville and his wife, GOP analyst Mary Matalin; and golfer Tom Watson. A wedding guest also tells PEOPLE that among the others was Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
Sunday morning, a source tells PEOPLE, the newlyweds hopped Limbaugh's private Gulfstream jet for a honeymoon in Mexico, Africa and a couple other spots. 
Rogers is a direct descendant of President John Adams, and her father attended the U.S. Naval Academy with the future Arizona Senator (and 2008 Republican Presidential candidate) John McCain, reports NewsCore.
(courtesy People Magazine)

Now, please keep in mind that I willingly submit to the collateral damage that is Elton John and James Carville. They represent a notable loss, sure, and I will mourn their instantaneous incineration--but they are guilty by association.

It's like the old saying goes--if a nice guy winds up dead after voluntarily attending a child pornography party that gets shot up in a raid, it's hard to feel sorry for him.

It will be a shame to lose one of John Adams' 264 direct descendants from the blueblood social circuit, but I'm sure we'll all get over it almost immediately.


1 comment:

greaseball said...

$1 mil to show ain't voluntary. sir elton gets a pardon, especially if it's fatfuck's dough. unfortunately, he's got plenty to spare. good for elton. good for john adams's spawn too. yuck...when rush is gettin' his rush on w/ her, do you think he's thinkin' 'bout john adams? guess thinking's not really that important when you're hopped up on boner pills. so i hear, anyway.