Sunday, April 30, 2006

Rush's Brushes With The Law

"Nobody ever solved any problems just by throwing money at them."

This is an article of faith among the chattering, managing, and owning classes. They apply it to such disparate social issues as education, medical care, and civil rights. Indeed, this sentiment has found expression on numerous occasions over the years by that paragon of all Conservative virtue, American values, and moral rectitude, Rush Limbaugh.

So, given the sweet-heart nature of the "DEAL" Rushbo's barrister wrung from the Miami prosecutors to knock down his multiple drug-abuse, doctor-shopping, and illegal-purchase offenses down to a single count, with a $30k fine, and 18 mos., pee-in-da-cup probation, one suspects he 1) was either insincere in his condemnations of the application of huge sums of cash to the resolution of his problems (because Barrister Black does NOT work cheap), or 2) he has now seen the light of reason in his own predicament, and must henceforth refrain from such rash proclamations.

I suspect the former.

And I shall accede to the wisdom of that vital article of Conservative faith on the VERY DAY that the wealthy cease and desist from throwing money at their own problems...

just sayin'


Anonymous said...

first. welcome. you will be immediately bookmarked.

Vicki said...

Hey, WGG!

Nice post! Nice blog.

I'll look forward to reading your commentary.

ntodd said...

"Nobody ever solved any problems just by throwing money at them."

Nobody ever solved REAL, SOCIETAL problems. Individual problems often can be disappeared if you're rich!

ntodd said...

Oops, forgot to welcome you to the wankersphere. I wondered when you'd succumb to the plague like the rest of us... :-)

oldwhitelady said...

I like your last sentence! A lot! I agree.