Rush Limbaugh on Clinton's OxyContin abuse

St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Bill McClellan has penned a funny column on what Rush Limbaugh would have said if Bill Clinton admitted he was addicted to painkillers:

First, he says he's got back problems. So he's blaming it on that. Then he says he had surgery, but the surgery wasn't successful. So he's blaming it on the doctors. Then he says the pain medication was addictive. So he's blaming it on the pharmaceutical companies. Folks, he blames it on everybody but himself! But as long as he puts in that obligatory line about taking responsibility, that's what the liberal media are going to grab: Clinton takes full responsibility!


Like I wrote to the talented Mr. McClellan: If you walk a mile in another man's shoes and you keep ending up in the parking lot at Denny's you just might have a problem.

Not long ago we were witnessing Limbaugh spewing nonsense on television, and many came to defend him, and many more still listened to his vomitous radio show. What does it mean to a listener who has been so duped as to take to heart the divisive rantings of an actively drug using junkie? What more does a fool have to learn before the fool starts looking to himself for answers instead of relying on the tripe of a narcolized demagogue?

William Burroughs is giggling in some needle-strewn afterlife..


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