Pure Comedy: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Calls Republican Senator A “Prostitute” And A “Big Oil’s Top Call Girl” Via The Twitters

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Everybody is a ho these days in the political world:

Advertisers are fleeing his show, radio stations are refusing to broadcast his program, and the president is condemning his comments in large part because Rush Limbaugh used the words “slut” and “prostitute” to describe a 30-year-old Georgetown law student.
But apparently this nationwide outcry over these “insulting” words, as Limbaugh himself called them, was not enough to prevent another syndicated talk radio host, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., from slinging the very same insult.

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Kennedy, a senior attorney at the Natural Resources Defense Council, tweeted Tuesday night. The tweet was apparently in response to a letter Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., sent to Environmental Protection Agency administrator Lisa Jackson, accusing the administration of “recklessly” implementing emissions standards for cars.

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