On yesterday's show, Rush Limbaugh admitted "there is going to be gay marriage at some point nationwide."
Limbaugh spent a portion of the show trying to convince listeners that he didn't actually have anything against homosexuals, saying
"I think the greatest misunderstanding out there among people on the left or even in the homosexual community, is that people who oppose this simply don't want gays to have a good time or to enjoy it."
Limbaugh has been under increasing pressure by activist groups like Flush Rush Facebook due to his intolerance and attacks on various minorities over the past year.
Despite his hateful rhetoric, the right wing talk show host seems to sense that homosexuals will not be denied their right to marriage equality for much longer:
"A lot of people have no personal animus against gay people at all. It's instead, you know, a genuine, I don't know, love/respect for the things they believe define this country as great. They get up every day and they see all this stuff under attack. They see it all under assault. And I think they're just worried about the survivability of the country. And to which the opponents say, "Well, the country's changing and you better get with it and understand it because this genie's not getting put back in the bottle." And I think that's right. I don't care what this court does with this particular ruling, Proposition 8. I think the inertia is clearly moving in the direction that there is going to be gay marriage at some point nationwide."
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