Rush Limbaugh defends Indiana’s anti-gay law because man-on-dog marriage
Addressing the backlash to Indiana's 'right to discriminate' law on the March 31st edition of The Rush Limbaugh Show, he argues that the ban is "not about honoring…discrimination against homosexuality, it's about people whose religious beliefs prohibit them from engaging in activity which lends credence in support of gay marriage."
Nothing out of the ordinary so far. However, Limbaugh goes on to claim that a "UK woman who wanted to marry her dog…I think..and did…you remember that? She married a dolphin..ok, whatever. She wanted to marry an animal that was not a man…"