Rush, the Junkie returns

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posted on Nov, 17 2003 @ 11:22 PM
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Buster,

definitely some intelligent comments on this subject.

have to agree with you that he is now obligated to present this problem to the public and come clean on it and try to help those that also have the same problem.

it is likely quite common and it exacts a great price on western society.




posted on Nov, 17 2003 @ 11:50 PM
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Thanks, Theneo.

Since this was my "first time", it's nice to get some good feedback. Lets hope he uses his experience and knowledge more wisely this time around!



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 12:24 AM
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Originally posted by THENEO
Buster,

definitely some intelligent comments on this subject.



As if you would know.



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 12:59 AM
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IVE BEEN REAL phony here, Ive been artificial on the program, he said. Just like elsewhere. He did not elaborate.

Limbaugh had not appeared on the air since Oct. 10, before going into a rehabilitation program in Arizona.

I spent five intense weeks getting high, probably the most intense five weeks on myself that I have ever spent. I would have had no idea how to do this myself so the maid helped, Limbaugh said at the start of his syndicated radio program.

He also said there is a whole lot of stuff I can tell you that I cant tell you yet because I'm trippin' right now. He said its not because hes afraid, adding, Theres even more lying and hypocrisy to come like before I went to "'rehab'.

Limbaugh had said he started taking prescription painkillers some years ago when a doctor prescribed them following spinal surgery. Back pain stemming from the surgery persisted, Limbaugh said, so he kept taking pills and became a JUNKIE. "I was always out at the Denny's parking lot at night with the shakes looking for a score."

Admitting he was powerless over his addiction, Limbaugh said he learned more about himself during rehab than he ever had. He said he saw spiders crawling on his skin.

I am no longer trying to live my life by making other people happy so excuse me while I pop these pills, he said, broadcasting from a Manhattan studio. I just wanna get wasted.

He admitted he had to study up to see what has gone on while he was away, and quickly returned to familiar topics attacking Sen. Edward Kennedy, the Massachusetts Democrat.

www.msnbc.com...


[Edited on 18-11-2003 by Colonel]



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 01:04 AM
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Originally posted by Colonel
Admitting he was powerless over his addiction, Limbaugh said he learned more about himself during rehab than he ever had. He said he saw spiders crawling on his skin.

I am no longer trying to live my life by making other people happy so excuse me while I pop these pills, he said, broadcasting from a Manhattan studio. I just wanna get wasted.

www.msnbc.com...


LOL! how true... Drugs do funny things to funny people



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 07:22 AM
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You know, this has got to be one of the most ignorant posts I've seen to date on here. Colonel, you truely are a cretin. How old are you? 17? 18? You obviously do not know what it's like to need pain killers. My wife inadvertantly got herself addicted to pills after her back surgery back in '99. Does that mean she was a"A FELONIOUS JUNKIE WHO BELONGS IN PRISON?" I think not. It's obvious that you've got a personal agenda against Rush because he's a conservative, and a blind monkey could read between the lines in your post.

Get a grip on reality, bro. It's not like Rush pulled a Marion Barry and was creepin' through the PJs to score crack coc aine.



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 08:50 AM
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Originally posted by kramtronix
Get a grip on reality, bro. It's not like Rush pulled a Marion Barry and was creepin' through the PJs to score crack coc aine.


Nah, he was creeping through some back parking lot at some low budget Dennys at night to score his illicit drugs.

And, I ain't your "bro."

But, maybe you're right. Maybe we should ALL experience the wonders of "rehab" like Rush. But, before that, we need to skulk around the "pjs," parking lots, and backalleys of the world like degenerates to get addicted first while we condemn others who do the same.

Yeah, I wanna be like Rush too.

Have I said that I hate repugnants lately?

[Edited on 18-11-2003 by Colonel]



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 09:37 AM
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Neither is he above scorn.
Ask yourself: if your $40K a year butt was found to be trafficing the amounts he was, would you have an "Option" to attend Country-Club-masquerading-as-Rehab...AND, have your job waiting for you upon 'completion'?
His style, though passed off as entertainer, is the anathema to logicical discussion and much more on par with Televangelism - idiots see & hear the preaching and mistake it for true gospel.
He should warrant nothing but your scorn for having such a forum and wasting it.



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 10:01 AM
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Everyone is so happy for Rush but, to me he is just another sad JUNKIE and Clear Channel and the repugnants are trying not to lose out on their investment.

[Edited on 18-11-2003 by Colonel]



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 10:09 AM
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Originally posted by Colonel
Have I said that I hate repugnants lately?
[Edited on 18-11-2003 by Colonel]


You're nothing but a hater!


All you do is hate!:bnghd:

Unbelievable! I agree Rush should recieve 0 sympathy. He said so himself! Don't feel sorry for him, he has become one of the things he despises most.

But...at least he isn't a 'weeny-spined liberal'.



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 10:13 AM
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But, Rush was never phony. He was an adidcted slobbering fiend when he was OFF the air but was clear and focused while on the air for 3hrs. See, through the power of the magic fairy, his blood was magically cleared of all Oxycotin that he got from the parking lot at Dennys while he was spewing his hateful bile to all his moronic dildo heads.

We love you, Rush, you Junkie.



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 10:25 AM
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We love you, Rush, you Junkie. Priase Jesus.

(Wonder when he's gonna vomit up all over the EIB studios)



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 10:30 AM
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How very sad that you didn't read my post colonel...



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 10:40 AM
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UM, no. He bought the drugs in some parking lot at Denny's!


You didn't look at all I said... It STARTED with prescription pain killers...that's where the addiction came from...

Why isn't he in jail? Well he is a white republican isn't he...???



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 10:43 AM
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Originally posted by joehayner
How very sad that you didn't read my post colonel...


I read your post. Am I being cruel? So what. Because the pig man is a lying hypocrital felonious JUNKIE and he's not gonna make it. He'll be back suckling on the drug teat and I'm happy about that.

I'm sorry. I'm not Jesus and I'm just being honest about his hypocritical lying ass. I hope he suffers.



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 10:56 AM
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sigh, you didn't read my post, or you would know I'm not offended about your comments on Rush. But your comments on me...:shk:

I don't feel the least bit sorry for Rush. I think he deserves to go to some sort of detention center, or if not pay a very heavy fine. You're right he was being hypocritical, he was taking drugs, there are not excuses. But he has proved to me that drugs don't blind you completely.(sad but true)



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 11:07 AM
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I never said anything about you---at least on this thread.



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by Colonel
I read your post. Am I being cruel? So what. Because the pig man is a lying hypocrital felonious JUNKIE and he's not gonna make it. He'll be back suckling on the drug teat and I'm happy about that.

I'm sorry. I'm not Jesus and I'm just being honest about his hypocritical lying ass. I hope he suffers.


I'm sorry if I misunderstood you, but the above just made it seem like you were assuming things about me.(i.e. I support Rush, I am a wacky rightwing who gets offended everytime anyone disses the US or conservatives)

You asked if you were being cruel, meaning you were insinuating that I was offended. I'm not...mind you.

I just don't like it when people assume things about me.



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 12:15 PM
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"Ya think he was drugged up when he was on the radio? When he was spewing all that male bovine shyte about Democrats and liberals?"

Colonel, if I were you , I wouldn't listen to his show. I'm certain that NPR has some great programming on during that hour. Maybe CarTalk is on? Or maybe their trademark "Listening to Corn Grow" show is on?

"Now we have a kernel almost fully formed..(give up your rights, socialism is good)...on the end of the ear."

You are getting sleepy...sleepy...



posted on Nov, 18 2003 @ 12:40 PM
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Limbaugh on Drugs

People like Limbaugh should go to jail, says Limbaugh


There's nothing good about drug use. We know it. It destroys individuals. It destroys families. Drug use destroys societies. Drug use, some might say, is destroying this country. And we have laws against selling drugs, pushing drugs, using drugs, importing drugs. And the laws are good because we know what happens to people in societies and neighborhoods, which become consumed by them. 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.

What this says to me is that too many whites are getting away with drug use. Too many whites are getting away with drug sales. Too many whites are getting away with trafficking in this stuff. The answer to this disparity is not to start letting people out of jail because we're not putting others in jail who are breaking the law. The answer is to go out and find the ones who are getting away with it, convict them and send them up the river, too.

...We are becoming too tolerant as a society, folks, especially of crime, in too many parts of the country.... This country certainly appears to be tolerant, forgive and forget. I mean, you know as well as I do, you go out and commit the worst murder in the world and you just say you're sorry, people go, "Oh, OK. A little contrition."... People say, "I feel better. He said he's sorry for it." We're becoming too tolerant, folks.

--Rush Limbaugh TV show (10/5/95)

These tough sentencing laws were instituted for a reason. The American people, including liberals, demanded them. Don't you remember the crack coc aine epidemic? Crack babies and out-of-control murder rates? Liberal judges giving the bad guys slaps on the wrist? Finally we got tough, and the crime rate has been falling ever since, so what's wrong?

--RushLimbaugh.com (8/18/03)

In the audio link below, I go into detail about these non-thinking talking points that "you can't tell people what to do with their bodies" and "you can't legislate morality." First of all, we tell people what they can do to their bodies all the time--no coc aine, no prostitution, no throwing yourself off a building. Second, laws are nothing but defining morality!

--RushLimbaugh.com (6/27/03)

All right. Joe Fernandez came to New York from Miami, ladies and gentlemen, to be schools chancellor.... Now he is embattled--he's got a book that just came out, an autobiography that's soon to come out, I think, in which he admits that he was a mainliner as a teen-ager. This guy [pretends to stick needle in arm]--pfsst--shot up heroin. And people are praising him. He overcame the scourge. He triumphed over that profound obstacle in his life and has gone on to become this great schools chancellor.... [Plays a clip of Fernandez saying that the message of his teenage drug use is "to not give up on our kids."]

Reach out and try to help them, not give up on the kids, give them condoms and teach them about a bunch of stuff that is worthless in terms of preparing them for their future as adults in the greatest country on Earth, teaching them all this social gobbledygook. "Let's not forget about the kids."...


Whoa. The guy wants to be education secretary, folks. Watch out. Now why does he want to go to Washington? Probably because he's studied the case of Marion Barry. Here's a guy who got involved in drugs. You want to see my Marion Barry impersonation? Do you want to see that? All right. I'll do the Marion Barry impersonation.


You put some stuff out here on the table and you go [pretends to snort coc aine]. "You tell Jesse to stay out of my town. This is my town, and Jesse--you tell him to stay out. [More snorting.] And I said no, no, no, no, I don't smoke it no more. Tired of ending up on the floor." [More snorting.]


So what is he? He gets involved in drugs and ends up, ladies and gentlemen, as a newly elected official in Washington, D.C.... So I'm sure Joe Fernandez is looking down there saying, "Hey, there's a future for, you know, drug users in Washington, D.C."

--Rush Limbaugh TV show (12/8/92)

When you strip it all away, Jerry Garcia destroyed his life on drugs. And yet he's being honored, like some godlike figure. Our priorities are out of whack, folks.

--Rush Limbaugh radio show (quoted in the L.A. Times, 8/20/95)

I want to let you read along with me a quote from Jerry Colangelo about substance abuse, and I think you'll find that he's very much right"I know every expert in the world will disagree with me, but I don't buy into the disease part of it. The first time you reach for a substance you are making a choice. Every time you go back, you are making a personal choice. I feel very strongly about that."...

What he's saying is that if there's a line of coc aine here, I have to make the choice to go down and sniff it.And his point is that we are rationalizing all this irresponsibility and all the choices people are making and we're blaming not them, but society for it. All these Hollywood celebrities say the reason they're weird and bizarre is because they were abused by their parents. So we're going to pay for that kind of rehab, too, and we shouldn't. It's not our responsibility. It's up to the people who are doing it. And Colangelo is right.

--Rush Limbaugh TV show (9/23/93)

I have a solution for Mrs. [Jocelyn] Elders. I mean, if she wants to legalize drugs, send the people who want to do drugs to London and Zurich and let's be rid of them. Now...The problem with legalizing drugs is, it's just another abhorrent example of human behavior that we've suddenly decided, "Hey, we can't handle it. We've given up and we're going to sanction the destruction of lives. We're going to let you destroy your life. We're going to make it easy, and then all of us who accept the responsibilities of life and don't destroy our lives on drugs--we'll pay for whatever messes you get into."...

I'm appalled at people who simply want to look at all this abhorrent behavior and say, "Hey, you know, we can't control it anymore. People are going to do drugs anyway. Let's legalize it." It's a dumb idea. It's a rotten idea, and those who are for it are purely, 100 percent selfish.

--Rush Limbaugh TV show (12/9/93)

Please note that most of the above spew was while he was on drugs, if we are to take that convenient timeline he's offered. Frankley, you can't be that much of a prick as he's been in his career without them.......probably just an alternate substance " Back in the Day"





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