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“The lib­er­als are com­ing! The lib­er­als are com­ing! . . . Two If By Tea rep­re­sents tra­di­tional Amer­i­can val­ues of cap­i­tal­ism and the pur­suit of ex­cel­lence. Each bot­tle is de­signed to rise above the same­ness and medi­ocrity that threat­ens our great nation.”

— Rush Lim­baugh’s sales pitch for his new line of bot­tled teas. The ra­dio host will do­nate “a min­i­mum of $100,000” to the Marine Corps-Law En­force­ment Foun­da­tion, a char­ity that pro­vides as­sis­tance to chil­dren of U.S. Marines and fed­eral law en­force­ment per­son­nel killed on duty.


For those sick of drink­ing the lib­eral Kool-Aid: Con­ser­va­tive ra­dio host Rush Lim­baugh is pro­mot­ing a new line of bot­tled teas, with an Amer­i­can His­tor y-in­spired mar­ket­ing an­gle.

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