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"[A]bsolute blithering dunces," Rush Limbaugh called Yale Law school's progressive American Constitutional Society, yelping that they want to "rewrite the Constitution." So how did the ACS respond? With a letter inviting Limbaugh to come and address the group: "... You mentioned the possibility that you might be banned from such events. To the contrary! We would welcome you to Yale...In your broadcast you also refer to our 'little pretend new Constitution.' Enclosed please find our gift to you: a pocket-sized copy of the U.S. Constitution. Since the founding it has belonged to all of us. While it is 'little,' it is certainly not pretend..." (ACS Blog)

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