Pulitzer Winner on Rush's NFL Bid: He Sees 'Visions of Plantation Grandeur Dancing in his Head'
One of the most damaging accusations you can level at opponent is call that individual a racist in one form or another. And that's the tactic MSNBC and others left-wing opponents of Rush Limbaugh are taking to thwart his bid to purchase the St. Louis Rams.
During a segment on MSNBC on Oct. 13
“I can just see the visions of plantation grandeur dancing in his head as we speak
Hunter is the author of notable works of literature – “Pimpology: The 48 Laws of the Game,” “Don't Blame It on Rio: The Real Deal Behind Why Men Go to Brazil for Sex”and “On the Down Low: A Journey Into the Lives of "Straight" Black Men Who Sleep With Men,” which to MSNBC makes her uniquely qualified to comment on Limbaugh having an ownership stake in the NFL.
The journalism teacher also used to a highly questionable quote to further her charge against Limbaugh that he's a racist. According to a post on the Smash Mouth Politics blog (cited by Limbaugh on his Oct. 12 radio program and his Web site) there's evidence a quote frequently cited
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Hunter claimed the quote she used were available on the Internet. “The words you even put up – two of the statements that he said about the NFL looking like the crypts and the blood
As Hunter says, “You can go online” and find them, which is in itself a remarkable admission for a Pulitzer-winning journalist to use as a source when making such a bold charge. But, based on this evidence that Hunter has apparently found online, she said the NFL should be done with Limbaugh. According to her, Limbaugh's ownership stake, which she maintains is the “ultimate power position” is only a minority stake and therefore, he's easily replaced.
“I'm surprised they haven't put this issue to bed already