Hawaii – The political operatives of the world breathed a collective sigh of relief this morning when news of Rush Limbaugh’s survival of a rumored heart attack began to filter into the media. Limbaugh, 58, is a central figure both in right-wing fundraising that he spearheads, and in left-wing fundraising where he is vilified.
Charleston – Still stung by rejection in his effort to buy into the NFL via the St. Louis Rams, Rush Limbaugh has set his sites lower and is looking to invest in a fantasy football league run jointly out of South Carolina and Maryland. Limbaugh contacted the Über League of American Football’s (ULAF) co-commissioner, Brian Barrie, about the investment on Thursday.
Washington – Following yesterday’s glitch-plagued re-launch of GOP.com, the Republican National Committee (RNC) today launched several state-specific versions of their flagship website, including one solely for South Carolina residents.
Washington – On the heels of Sen. Lindsey Graham’s public rebuke of conservative commentator Glenn Beck, scores of Graham’s fellow Republicans have joined in and expressed their distaste for the Fox News star.
Sullivan’s Island – South Carolina first lady Jenny Sanford released another statement today, this time blaming her husband’s affair on the declining moral values in America. “Of course I’m not saying that Mark is gay,” Sanford said, “but he may as well be.”