Detroit Free Press mocks Rush Limbaugh on Michelle Wie; Next the bore Al Franken
Can you give an interesting opinion these days without being mocked?
Michigan’s largest newspaper led with, “When will Rush Limbaugh learn to stop talking sports?”
What’s next? Liberal bore Al Franken responds by going into full John Kerry waffle mode and not saying anything at all of substance on Wie and likely anything else? Oh wait, that is next. Look for the story from TravelGolf.com’s own Franken worshipping Tim McDonald soon.
I’ve probably agreed with Franken on political issues more than Limbaugh over the years, but I can’t be sure because Franken’s so unlistenable that the research would be too taxing. Don’t you have to be funny to be considered a comedian? Franken’s a failed comedian who went into politics. There’s no question Limbaugh is much more entertaining.
Rush Limbaugh said something interesting on Michelle Wie. Crucify him? Guess so in this world of Al Franken snoozes.
Golf needs more strong opinions. Not less.
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Golf needs commentators who aren't functionally illiterate.
Strength of opinion is meaningless, Chris, meaningless. A strong, wrong opinion remains wrong. A strong, arrogant opinion remains arrogant.
My experience with Limbaugh tells me he's wrong far more often than he's right. I don't know Chris Baldwin well enough to say that about him, but this column certainly makes me wonder.
Just my opinion.
His griping about her offhand 'sparkly' comment, or of her being aloof about Limbaugh was rather pointless.
I know I'm asking for the impossible here, but if you could take the "Rush Limbaugh" personality out of this dynamic, isn't it really true that she is a "triumph of marketing?" In the absence of any victories, and in the presence of vast press coverage what else can you really call it?
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