First up is The Chief highlighting Limbo's problem with the Constitution.
Caffeinated Politics shows the way to the "Sorry Rush" page, where you too can apologize to Rush. (I hear that Michael Steele has that at the top of his bookmarked pages.)
Grumps describes the website thusly:
The handy drop down boxes make it easy for you to personalize your own message to the drug-addicted serial monogamist sex tourist who now speaks for all Conservatives. Rumor has it that JtP will be insulting Rushbo at the AFP Navel-Gazing Expo and Ice Fishing Jamboree just so he can apologize next week.Tim Rock thinks that Rush looks like a mafia hitman.
Jim Burkee takes a more serious look at Rush:
Kay has a video telling people to "Just Say No."
Ideological movements need people like Rush Limbaugh to convey beliefs in engaging and simplified ways - something he is particularly skilled at doing. But if conservatism is to retain any semblance of intellectual depth, the seriousness and reasoned consistency necessary to transform it again into a broad, majoritarian movement, conservatives must vocally reject any notion that Rush Limbaugh is a prominent or serious leader.
Looking to a man who refers to opposition leaders as "Dingy Harry" and "Barack the Magic Negro" conveys all the sobriety and profundity of "Joe the Plumber." It's entertaining, but hardly the stuff of movements.The problem is, as a friend and fan of Rush Limbaugh told me this morning, "There's nothing else out there" for conservatives.
And for a look into true madness, check out this post from Carter Clews, who actually compares Rush to Jesus.