Now that Rush is no longer a member of the group attempting to buy the Rams, he is free from the confidentiality agreement and can tell his side of the story.
We can believe one of two scenarios. Either a group of experienced sports investors dropped the ball or Limbaugh was set up. Add in the nebulous existence of George Soros as a member of the group and you have the perfect situation with which to publicly bludgeon a well known conservative. This is how an innocent (and what should be a private) sports transaction becomes political. Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it and ridicule it mercilessly.
Something sounds fishy about this entire affair. How could they not have remembered the firestorm from his comments about the media's adoration of Donovan McNabb that resulted in his being fired from ESPN for offering a simple observation? Did they not do any research at all? And what does the screaming and lying coming from liberal sports writers and announcers say about them? Is the Keith Olberman model of political insanity uniform among them? It sure seems to be.
It is indeed a sad day when partisan far-left radical politics is so pervasive that it enters the (formerly) benign refuge of sports.
Well, that didn't take long. The backlash has begun.
Rush has the final say on the glaring double standard and the use of the race card against him by professional racists.