PALM BEACH, Fla. – With global secrets continuing to drip out from WikiLeaks, radio host Rush Limbaugh wondered today where “the real good stuff” is, including President Obama’s original, long-form hospital-generated birth certificate, which has still never been released two years into his presidency.
In his irreverent style, Limbaugh said: “Where are the WikiLeaks documents to prove 9/11 was inside job by George Bush and Dick Cheney? Let me ask you liberals, where are these cables?
“Where are the documents to prove Bush intentionally lied about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq in order to invade the country? Where is the WikiLeaks document, the State Department cable, whatever, that [Karl] Rove leaked Valerie Plame’s name to the media? Where’s all this good stuff? …
“Where are the WikiLeaks cables proving that the CIA invented AIDS? Where is Obama’s birth certificate? Where’s the real good stuff? And how about all the hundreds of other left-wing lies we’ve been hearing about for years? [Is] WikiLeaks covering up for the United States?”
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