Kennesaw "Hui Shan" Landis, commissioner of the Wuxi China Expatdom Hall of Fame, made an induction announcement that many observers felt was long overdue when he told a press conference, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of Gambays Pub in the 1912 Bar District of Wuxi, of his decision to induct the great talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh into the Wuxi China Expatdom Hall of Fame.
After apologizing profusely to the assembled media for not having inducted Limbaugh sooner, Landis talked for three hours of all the great things that Limbaugh had done for Wuxi Expats. "Though he has a busy schedule and is fighting against the administration of Barack Obama and so hardly gets to spend time in the Expatdom these days, Limbaugh’s words have proved an inspiration for all successful and decent Wuxi Expats!" said Landis. "During the dark times of the Ayatollah of Mordor, many Expats found solace and inspiration to fight through the words of Ma Ha Rushee that could be found on his website! From far away in America, Professor Limbaugh was a shining beacon to all us in those dark times and still now. For we realize that we must be ever vigilant against those who want to destroy the great freedoms we have here in the Wuxi China Expatdom under the rule of His Majesty King Gorzo the Mighty and and the administration of Prime Minister Mango!"
Wuxi Expats, the Expatdom over, approved the induction announcement and wondered why it hadn’t occurred sooner.
The President of the Wuxi China Expatdom Film Appreciation Society, two-time WCEHoF inductee Archduke Harry Moore told the WCE Blog that he was "proud as peaches" to have Limbaugh join him in the Wuxi Expat Hall of Fame. "I look forward to meeting him, for the first time, at the induction ceremony!" said the Archduke. "Rush has my mentor and hero all these years and it is to him that I credit my success in giving film lectures!"
His Majesty, the King of the Wuxi China Expatdom, Gorzo the Mighty told the WCE Blog that his wife, Queen Ayria: The Chosen One, got him onto Rush’s show and had listening, religiously ever since.
Harry Callahan, Chief Inspector of the Wuxi China Expatdom Police Force, said he admired Limbaugh, "above all else," because he was an entertainer first. "I try to do this in my day-to-day job!"
The commander of the Wuxi China Expatdom Land Forces, General Colonel Harlan Sanders said "Ditto!"
The commander of the Wuxi China Expatdom Royal Air Force, Air Marshall Gregory Peck said "Diitto!"
The commander of the Wuxi China Expatdom Royal Navy, Admiral Lloyd Bridges said "Ditto!"
Fred and Frank Minkleman, owners of Gambay’s Pub said "Ditto!"
Andis Kaulins, the one who is the president of the Wuxi Expat Rifle Association and doesn’t teach English, said "Ditto!"
Andis Kaulins, the one who is the president of the Wuxi Expat Elite Expat Association and doesn’t teach English, said "Ditto!"
Rush Limbaugh’s official induction ceremony will take place on June 6. Over ten billion trillion Wuxi Expats are expected to attend.