Rush Limbaugh Op-Ed in WSJ on Rams Deal

Rush shares his side of the story and gives thoughts on the likes of Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, sports media, and DeMaurice Smith.  View the Op-Ed in the Wall Street Journal by clicking here.

For those unfamiliar with Mr. Smith, he’s the Executive Director of the NFL Players Union but has also served as counsel to Attorney General Eric Holder and was a member of Obama’s transition team.  More info on DeMaurice Smith and his role in the St. Louis Rams deal can be viewed here.

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One Response to “Rush Limbaugh Op-Ed in WSJ on Rams Deal”

  1. Paul Says:

    It seems to me that all the negative vibes this blowhard (Rush Hudson Limbaugh A.KA. Jeff Christie) has been spewing over these many years has come back to blow back on his face (A classic “Blow Back”). He always tries to give off the airs that he can have anything he wants but as we all witness those with more money and more influence tossed him aside like sack of potatoes and the ultimate insult was that it was done in public (money don’t buy you everything butterball).

    Now of course he blames everyone else (Michael J. Fox, Perez Hilton, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Sonia Sotomayor, Hillary Clinton, Olympia Snowe, ESPN, NFL, the media, basically people of color, the handicapped, women and gays) when of course all you have to do is listen to his show and plainly hear his daily prejudices filled sermons. So NFL, I salute you decision, job well done. And to the whaling cry baby perched on his self made pedestal, quit your whining it was your own fault. Don’t we all feel better?

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