I heard via online news that you have put forward a motion to stop having Rush Limbaugh's bust installed in your state's hall of fame.
As a non-Missourian but a U.S. citizen and registered voter, I applaud your effort. I hope you succeed.
I understand your state's hall of fame is for persons of historical note, people like Mark Twain.
I wonder what someone like Mr. Twain would think if he knew that an inflammatory, misinformed "commentator" like Limbaugh -- who earns some $50-$100 million per year -- was having his likeness installed in such an august place?
Limbaugh has never run for political office. He is not William F. Buckley, Jr. He is not even a passable George Will and he's certainly no Barry Goldwater.
Other than slur the good name of those who have successfully held office like Al Gore, make fun of actors with crippling illnesses like Michael J. Fox and refer to enlisted personnel with political views opposing his as "phony soldiers" -- what has Limbaugh done to warrant a bust in the hall of fame?
Thank you again,
-- M. Murphy
Go here to thank Senator McCaskill for her efforts to halt the installation of Limbaugh's bust.