What's next, Glenn Beck being entrusted to man the halls of A.C.O.R.N.? Maybe Bill O'Reilly being handpicked to curate the social significance of hip-hop?
Indeed, news that Rush Limbaugh is being seriously considered as a new, potential NFL owner resonates as just that appalling. How could it not when you consider that roughly two-thirds of all NFL players are black and how, time and time again, Repressive Rush has shown the world he absolutely has no use or affinity for that very life form.
Can you say Donovan McNabb? Or Barack Obama--that's Mr. President to you, Rush--for that matter? Meet his one overriding criteria, and Rush seems an equal-opportunity hater.
"I don't want anything to do with a team that he has any part of," New York Giants star linemen Mathias Kiwanuka assured all that would listen in a recent interview. "All I know is I heard he said in Obama's America white kids are getting beat up on the bus while black kids are chanting 'right on.' He can do whatever he wants, but if it goes through I can tell you where I am not going to play. I liken it to South Park when I am listening to him."
Only Limbaugh's words and views are no joke, as thousands, upon thousands, upon even more thousands gobble up his brand of hatred as if it were chicken soup for the soul. Yes, he is their Dr. Feel Good.
But this time, on this issue, Limbaugh's voice won't be the only one heard. The Brothers have vowed to make certain of that. Fight the power. --Glenn Minnis