Chris Nolan And Conan O’Brien Respond To Rush Limbaugh


Chris Nolan and Conan O'Brien have responded to Rush Limbaugh's theory that Batman villain Bane was named after Mitt Romney's Bain Capital.


The ‘Bane Capital’ Twitter Feed Rush Limbaugh Virtually Begged For Is Here And It’s Glorious


You just knew when portly, drug-addled hate muppet Rush Limbaugh floated his latest dipshitty liberal Hollywood conspiracy theory -- that the villain in Dark Knight Rises was named "Bane" purposely to subvert the presidential ambitions of Mitt Romney, the former head of Bain Capital -- that the internet would take that big ball of crazy and run with it.

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Rush Limbaugh thinks there’s a Batman conspiracy


This just in: Rush Limbaugh is an idiot, and political pundits make outrageous statements so that people will pay attention to them.

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Rush Limbaugh: ‘Dark Knight’s’ Bane Is Part Of An Elaborate Anti-Romney Hollywood Conspiracy


Here is a thing Rush Limbaugh actually said on the radio today, in all seriousness: "Do you think that it is accidental that the name of the really vicious fire breathing four eyed whatever it is villain in this movie is named Bane?" Um, yeah.


Colbert Celebrates Return From Vacation By Taking Mitt Romney To The Woodshed

Poor Mitt Romney can't catch a break: on the week that Bane, arguably the most terrifying villain ever, is taking over the internet with hype, Romney's shady financial shenanigans -- particularly his time as head of Bain Capital -- are coming under increased scrutiny.

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