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Conservatives are freaking out because Rep. Paul Ryan was made to look like a fool by Obama. Don't blame the president, blame Ryan's policies.
Yes, we're not happy with many Obama policies, but I will admit to you now that his speech didn't cause the orgasmatronic reaction that Rush claims it did. Sorry, Rush. And so we're clear, I don't think Conservative people are walking human debris, although I find their politicians and their actions like taking away collective bargaining rights and destroying Medicare horrifying.
At least I didn't have to get a prescription of little blue pills in a different name and fly to the Dominican Republic to look for a "mate" either.
Rush Limbaugh could see a deal with prosecutors in a long-running prescription fraud case collapse after authorities found a bottle of Viagra in his bag at Palm Beach International Airport. The prescription was not in his name.
Limbaugh was detained for more than three hours Monday at the airport after returning from a vacation in the Dominican Republic. Customs officials found the Viagra in his luggage but his name was not on the prescription, said Paul Miller, a spokesman for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.
Limbaugh's doctor had prescribed the Viagra, but it was "labeled as being issued to the physician rather than Mr. Limbaugh for privacy purposes," Roy Black, Limbaugh's attorney, said in a statement.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection examined the 55-year-old radio commentator's luggage after his private plane landed at the airport, Miller said.
Investigators confiscated the drugs, which treat erectile dysfunction. Limbaugh was released without being charged. For now, Limbaugh is joking about his brush with the law. He joked about the search on his radio show Tuesday, saying Customs officials didn't believe him when he said he got the pills at the Clinton Library and he was told they were blue M&Ms. He later added, chuckling: "I had a great time in the Dominican Republic. Wish I could tell you about it."
I'll bet he did.