Al Sharpton Asks Rush Limbaugh To Make Good On His Promise To Leave America

Buh bye

Five years ago on his radio program, Rush Limbaugh said he would move to Costa Rica if Obamacare passed and was implemented. On Tuesday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Al Sharpton urged Limbaugh to make good on that promise.

"Wow, time flies when you're trashing a law that's saving lives," Sharpton said. "The five years are up!"

"So let me just be the first to say, 'Bon voyage, Rush. I hope you have a great time in Costa Rica,'" Sharpton added.

Suggestions were offered to Limbaugh if he decided against the Caribbean: France, Australia, or Japan. "You won't have to worry about the healthcare debate in any of those countries," Sharpton quipped, "They have universal care."

Sharpton finished clumsily:

So, Rush, it's finally time. You can jump for joy, dance like nobody's watching, throw your hands in the air. Those five years are up. You're on spring break. Did Rush Limbaugh think that we really wouldn't ignore what he said and ignore celebration like his going away party? Nice try, but no vacation from this, because we got you!

Watch below via MSNBC: