Beloved University of Georgia mascot UGA VII was an early victim of the Democratic healthcare reform bill, radio personality Rush Limbaugh revealed Friday.


“You can see that the death panels are already hard at work, rationing veterinary care for a sick animal because they didn’t think he was worth keeping alive,” Limbaugh said during his nationally syndicated talk show, shortly after taking a double dosage of Oxycontin.

“It’s no coincidence that UGA VII happened to be a white bulldog,” Limbaugh noted. “That’s what happens in Barack Obama’s America: white dogs die horrible deaths while black dogs strut around and sniff each other’s anuses.”

Fox TV host Glenn Beck agreed with Limbaugh’s assessment of the suspiciously premature death of the Georgia mascot:

“This president has exposed himself as a guy, over and over and over again, who has a deep-seated hatred for white bulldogs, or veterinary medical care for white canines, I don’t know what it is,” Beck said.

Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin took time out from her national book tour to comment: “The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or a cute little bulldog with a cardiac condition will have to stand in front of Obama’s death panel so his bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgment of their level of productivity, whether they are worthy of squatting on the Sanford Stadium sidelines. Such a system is downright evil. Also.”

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4 Responses to Limbaugh: Obamacare killed UGA VII

  1. Sara says:

    Oh come on, you know Rush is a Gator fan.

  2. gamoonbat says:

    Unfortunately, this strikes too close to the truth to make me laugh right away. The only thing that gave it away was that I have never heard Rush rooting for UGA in football.

  3. Mel says:

    Is it true UGA VII will have a state funeral? And that the formal cortege will begin at tomorrow’s game with the tiny body of the dog displayed in a glass coffin pulled behind six white stallions as thousands of mourners in black look on? I heard that.

  4. JerryT says:

    Tom “The Human Mirror” Crawford. I wonder if those people can actually see their own reflection though?