Rush to Judgment

Rush to Judgment… On those days (and they are not infrequent) when I’m late to work, I try to catch a few minutes of Rush Limbaugh’s show on the drive in. I’m convinced it’s good for me; it’s a way to get my heartrate up without having to exercise. Anyway, I missed him today, but am told Rush was raving about the piece we ran by Grover Norquist in the current issue of The Washington Monthly. You can read the piece here.

Update: I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess that Rush did not gush about, nor even mention, Kevin Drum’s piece in the same issue, in which Kevin predicts that in a second Bush term, should he win one, President Bush will be engulfed in scandal.

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Paul Glastris

Paul Glastris is the editor in chief of the Washington Monthly. He was an editor at the magazine from 1986 to 1988.