December 13, 2005

Limbaugh loses fight to hide medical records

On Ailes:
Another victory for law and order and another loss for criminals and terrorists. CNN reports:

WEST PALM BEACH, Florida (AP) -- Prosecutors can subpoena Rush Limbaugh's doctors as part an investigation into whether the conservative radio commentator illegally bought painkillers, a judge ruled Monday.
Actually, press accounts about the ruling are of the "both sides claim victory" variety. I'd like to see the actual ruling to determine who won what.

However, Big Pharma is clearly a big loser, since he didn't get the subpoenas quashed, which is what he asked for, and undoubtedly Roy Black is building his third or fourth home with the proceeds of the junkie's legal fees.

As for CNN, I'd recommend a Sunday night special, cohosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Daryn Kagan. Call it "Rush, Portrait Of A Washed-Up Junkie."


At 12/13/2005 1:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, the reports say they can question his doctors if they indict him. At this point they don't have enough to indict him with. Seems like an out of control DA if you ask me.

At 12/13/2005 2:39 PM, Anonymous the boil on Rush's butt said...

Anyone without Limbaugh's millions would be rotting in jail already. What a shame this hypocrite doesn't live by his own blustered demands that all drug abusers be thrown in jail.

At 12/13/2005 9:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

he never demanded that, it's a lie and you can't show one example where he did.

At 12/13/2005 10:21 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

I'll resist the urge to ask you to put some money on that first before proving you don't know what you're talking about.

It took me all of 30 seconds to find this and prove you're an uninformed ditto-monkey.

You foolishly said, "'s a lie and you can't show one example where he did."

Read this Skippy. Got any other challenges?

-- "Drug use, some might say, is destroying this country. And we have laws against selling drugs, pushing drugs, using drugs, importing drugs. ... And so if people are violating the law by doing drugs, they ought to be accused and they ought to be convicted and they ought to be sent up," Limbaugh said on his short-lived television show on Oct. 5, 1995. --

That was almost too easy.


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