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Limbaugh: Obama's Speech 'Filled With Deceit,' 'Breathtaking In Its Divisiveness'

By Grant M. Dahl | December 7, 2011 | 11:55am EST

Rush Limbaugh commented on his Tuesday show that Pres. Obama’s speech delivered in Osawatomie, Kansas, was “breathtaking in its divisiveness.”

“(This speech) was filled with deceit, class warfare, it was breathtaking in its divisiveness. Breathtaking. Wait till you hear parts of it!” said Limbaugh.

Limbaugh said that it seemed as if Obama believed that Americans had not been paying close attention to what had been going on in America for the past three years

“This speech assumes that everybody in this country has not been paying attention” said Limbaugh.

Limbaugh also commented that Obama was blaming Americans for the problems he caused.

“This man’s got forty five million Americans on food stamps for crying out loud! He’s accumulated more debt than any prior President by a large margin and he’s only three years in and he’s lecturing us, we’re the problem.”

Editor's note: Patrick Burke contributed to this report.

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