WASHINGTON DC – After Barack Obama’s re-election, a physical manifestation of Rush Limbaugh’s blind rage is being tipped to become GOP candidate for president in 2016.
The dark, deep, lighting filled cloud has already emerged as an early frontrunner for Republicans as the party looks to reinvent itself following a disappointing loss to the president and reason for the cloud’s existence.
Rush Limbaugh’s rage cloud has already tested through the roof with conservative voters, beating out prominent candidates including Jeb Bush and a shrink wrapped copy of Atlas Shrugged.
New party hope
A newcomer to the political arena, the turbulent rage cloud burst onto the scene only seconds after President Obama’s re-election and has continued growing its support and overall surface area.
“There’s no doubt that this thing is the rising star of the new conservative movement,” said Fox News analyst Karl Rove.
With a view on the 2016 presidential race, conservative pundits are left to debate why the ominous hate filled cloud was so popular.
“It’s the only candidate that is really speaking to the core Republican base in any meaningful way,” suggested conservative commentator Dick Morris.
“The rage cloud has come out of nowhere but the party is really connecting with its message of unsubstantiated fear and institutional racism.”
Indeed, disappointed conservative voters have indicated they would likely back a bid for the White House if the rage cloud decided to run.
“I would totally vote for Rush’s semi solid rage cloud,” admitted Alabama voter Chad Evans. “It screams incessantly at me in a way Mitt Romney never did.”
Mr Evans, who now lives in an underground panic bunker for fear of a second Obama term says a 2016 bid by the anger filled cloud could persuade him and his family to consider living above ground again.
However, some early optimism has been tempered as the rage cloud has yet to announced its plans for the 2016 race. And while Rove admitted “it hasn’t laid out a coherent policy,” he also noted “that never stopped Mitt from running.”
Karl Rove remained adamant the hate fueled cloud was delaying as it worked out a deal to make a similar sized semi-solid cloud of Republican misogynistic sentiment its vice presidential pick for a devastating ticket in 2016.
Rush Limbaugh’s rage cloud avoided the topic when interviewed however, instead emitting a succession of lighting bursts along with belligerent and barely intelligible ramblings about Mexicans, guns and “THOSE DAMN GAYS”.