The man who makes his living deliberately misinterpreting and misrepresenting people who are not neocons like him -- especially, but not limited to WOMEN -- has done it again.
Rush Limbaugh totally missed the point on BeyoncÃ©'s new song "Bow Down/I Been On."
What he heard -- or professes to have heard. Admittedly, rap is not easy to understand unless you know the codewords. Which I doubt Rush does:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/peop … t/2006405/
What BeyoncÃ©'s song actually says.
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