Any person who loves the Rush Limbaugh radio show. Ditto heads totally agree with Rush's opinions and stand behind him without question. The word ditto was first used by a caller on his show who agreed with the accolades given Rush by a previous caller. The praise Rush was given by callers was becoming too long winded and Rush promoted the use of ditto by his callers as a means to be brief and to show their approval at the same time.
by A.B. Reid September 30, 2005
A person, usually of low intelligence, that has been programmed or brainwashed by political activist Rush Limbaugh into believing that the fallacies created on his show are real.
by Rich Mckenzie August 30, 2006
by sick of u July 31, 2008
Originates from the Rush Limbaugh radio show. Rush Limbaugh is what's known as a bullshit artist. Ditto heads are people who voluntarily request to have their heads filled with his bullshit.
Don't mind Jacob. He is a ditto head...he confuses being loud, judgmental, self righteous, and a devoted listener to Rush Limbaugh with understanding politics.
by Not Webster November 06, 2009
A right winger who believes that all that Rush Limbaug Says is true, regardless of the factually inaccuracies that Rush says. Regardless of they hateful things they might say about Left-wingers they are still Good Americans.
by ????^_^????? May 10, 2006
When the Rush Limbaugh show started in 1988, many callers would express how much they loved the show. It took a lot of air time, so he asked them to just say "dittos" to agree with previous callers who like the show. It doesn't mean that they agree with everything he says. If you were one of his 30 million listeners you would know this.
I'm an admitted Rush Limbaugh Ditto Head because I like the show, not because I always agree with him.
by Recovered Liberal June 14, 2006