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Forget the Oscar-winning acting and writing, or the nominated directing, editing and production design. Rush Limbaugh thinks “12 Years a Slave” won Best Picture at the Academy Awards on Sunday because of one “magic word” in the title. “If it was the only thing that movie won, it was gonna win Best Picture,” the conservative radio host said on-air Monday. “There was no way. It didn’t matter if it was good or bad. I haven’t seen it. It was going to win. It had the magic word in the title. ‘Slave.’” Also read: Oscars: ’12 Years a Slave’ Screenplay Rift Between Steve McQueen, »


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