Wednesday, October 25, 2006


You have got to be kidding me:

Noting that Fox is "moving all around and shaking" in the ad, Limbaugh declared: "And it's purely an act. This is the only time I have ever seen Michael J. Fox portray any of the symptoms of the disease he has." Limbaugh added that "this is really shameless of Michael J. Fox. Either he didn't take his medication or he's acting, one of the two."

Nice, Rush. Way to accuse the guy who's been sick with Parkinson's for fifteen years of faking it for political gain. I tried to find the video on YouTube of Limbaugh "impersonating" Fox in the commercial, because when you combine the tone of his voice with the exaggerated, goofy movements, you can tell Limbaugh just doesn't give a fuck how Fox feels.

When conservatives claim to hold the moral high road, remember things like this. Remember Rush Limbaugh making fun of a man who is seriously ill and accusing him of faking his symptoms for political gain. Remember Dennis Hastert is still sitting in Congress, even though it looks like he had knowledge of Mark Foley harassing pages and did nothing to stop it. Don't buy the hype. These people are not your friends.

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