Limbaugh On Election Day: "I Could Be Proven Tonight To Be So Wrong" That "Nobody Should Be Listening To Me"

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On Election Day, Rush Limbaugh portrayed Mitt Romney as likely to win the presidential election because the 2012 electorate would be more similar to that of 2010 rather than 2008. He then warned, "I could be proven tonight to be so wrong and so all wet that nobody should be listening to me."

As conservative blogger Ed Morrissey wrote at Hot Air, this assumption was indeed proven wrong by exit polls and the results themselves.

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