Heard about this via Balloon Juice:
"Largely decorated by Limbaugh himself, [his Palm Beach house] reflects the things and places he has seen and admired. A massive chandelier in the dining room, for example, is a replica of the one that hung in the lobby of New York's Plaza Hotel. The vast salon is meant to suggest Versailles. The main guest suite, which I didn't visit, is an exact replica of the Presidential Suite at the Hotel George V in Paris. There is a full suit of armor on display, as well as a life-size oil painting of El Rushbo. Fragrant candles burned throughout the house, a daily home-from-the-wars ritual." - [WaPo]
Presidential Suite at Hotel George V in Paris
Le Roi Soleil Limbaugh's gaudy petit appartement du NYC chambers on 5th Avenue were for sale a a couple of months ago.
Fanfare for the Common Dittohead:
Haint it funny that the prince consort of movement conservatism and the current Republican Party would find so much comfort in poofy French replica pomposity. I'll bet he has a boxwood shrub in a c-ment planter right on the front porch too. And a fountain or two also too. I wonder how many jets of water he has in the old place.
Limbaugh has skillfully conjured for his listeners a world in which they are disdained and despised by mysterious elites -- a world in which Limbaugh's $4,000 bottles of wine do not exclude him from the life of the common man.
Sarah Palin, take notes.