Couric: "You have said before this is a bipartisan problem that requires a bipartisan solution." Fox: "Disease is a non-partisan problem that requires a bipartisan solution."
That's the whole crux of what Limbaugh said since day 1! Disease cure/prevention has always been nonpartisan/bipartisan. Now MJF (and his Parkinson's) is being used by the democrats as part of a democratic political ad campaign. How is this nonpartisan? Either I don't understand, or this is in direct contradiction of what MJF said (and you quote) in the Couric interview. Don't get me wrong, I have _always_ like MJF immensely and still do. He says he's not a victim, but he _is_ a victim of sorts: politics. He's been used. Am I making sense or am I all wet?
Couric: "Would you support a Republican candidate?" Fox: "I have. Arlen Specter is my guy. I have campaigned for Arlen Specter.
And I think also for Clinton. Yet later in the Couric interview he states "You know what, I don't really care about politics."
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