A song for Beyoncé’s new album leaked and many people are questioning the songs message. Rush Limbaugh has had the loudest voice of everyone. Limbaugh is know for outrageous remarks involving woman, even so far as to blame feminism for the shrinking of male genitalia. So we should obviously value his opinion right? Rush claims the new Beyoncé song “Bow Down/I Been On” is the singer telling women to bow down to men because that’s what she is doing. He goes on to say that because Beyoncé married a rich man, refers to herself as Mrs. Cater, and because she’s had a child that she is encouraging women to just put up with men. I don’t think I could roll my eyes any harder. It’s Beyoncé! She’s a millionaire, platinum selling artist, she doesn’t need Jay Z’s money or name to get any where in this world. The song in question doesn’t even sound anti-girl power either. Beyoncé even says “I took some time to live my life/But don’t think I’m just his little wife/don’t get it twisted … Bow down”, where is that her bowing down to her husband. MSN Rush Limbaugh fancies himself an expert on many things: conservative politics, birth control, marriage (he’s on wife No. 4) and that the “feminazis” are to blame for smaller penis sizes over the last 50 years. But pop music criticism might not be his wheelhouse. On his show this week, the radio host opened his umbrage-filled piehole over Beyoncé’s new track, “Bow Down/I Been On,” which he interprets as a “180” from the “Independent Woman” days of Destiny’s Child. Seems he believes that she’s advising ladies to obey their men. “[Destiny’s Child] songs were attempts to inspire young women not to take any grief from men. … She’s done a 180,” bloviated Limbaugh. “Beyoncé, now having been married, having been impregnated and given birth to Blue Ivy … Beyoncé is now saying, ‘Go ahead and put up with it!'” Other evidence he cites for this supposed submissive sea change: Her wink-wink homage to husband Jay-Z with the name of her Mrs. Carter tour. “You know why? I’ll tell you why. She married a rich guy. She’s even calling herself Mrs. Carter on the tour … She has shelved Beyoncé … She now understands it’s worth it to bow down [to men]. And now she’s passing on that advice,” contends Rush. “You find the right guy, you put up with it — bow down.” Ahem, to paraphrase Inigo Montoya, we don’t think that song means what Rush thinks it means. It appears he may have taken a few of the lyrics out of context (shock, surprise) to make his point. “I know when you were little girls/You dreamt of being in my world/Don’t forget it, don’t forget it/Respect that. Bow down, b—–s,” Beyoncé sings on the boastful, don’t-mess-with-me anthem. “I took some time to live my life/But don’t think I’m just his little wife/don’t get it twisted … Bow down, b—–s.” Later, she raps, “I’m bigger than life /The name in the lights /I’m the No. 1 chick I don’t need no hype /The capital B means I’m about that life.” Queen B has called herself in feminist in the past, and while “Bow Down” serves up a different attitude then, say, the female-empowering “Run the World (Girls),” it’s still the work of a successful and powerful woman in an industry where men tend to dominate. “I think I am a feminist in a way. It’s not something I consciously decided I was going to be, perhaps it’s because I grew up in a singing group with other women, and that was so helpful to me,” she explained to the Daily Mail in 2010. “I love being a woman and I love being a friend to other women. I think we learn a lot from our female friends — female friendship is very, very important. It’s good to support each other and I do try to put that message in my music.”