A World Without Limbaugh.
By: Lloyd Marcus
I hate to say this out loud. Upon hearing Rush Limbaugh was in the hospital and his condition serious, I felt a nervous twinge in my stomach. Dare I say it, I thought, â€œOh my gosh, what if Rush was goneâ€. I could not help but think of the shocking passing of Michael Jackson. The next morning, I timidly turned on my TV. â€œPraise God!â€, Rush is resting comfortably.
I had the same fearful feeling in my stomach once before years ago. My wife passed out after dinner as we were leaving a restaurant. She awoke and was fine. During the time she was unconscious, the thought of life without her overwhelmed me with fear. The incident gave me a whole new appreciation of her and our relationship.
This incident with Rush makes me feel the same way. I am sure when Rush started his career, he simply wanted to earn a living doing what he loves to do. Rush had no idea he would grow to mean so much to millions and his country. Rush Limbaugh has become bigger than Rush Limbaugh.
Rush, please take care of yourself. We (America) love and need you! God bless.
Lloyd Marcus, (black) Unhyphenated American
Lloyd Marcus, Proud Unhyphenated American Lloyd is singer/songwriter of the American Tea Party Anthem and author of Confessions of a Black Conservative, foreword by Michele Malkin. Spokesperson for Tea Party Express Please help me spread my message by joining my Liberty Network.