Hitting an all time low.
Hadn't noticed this aspect of the Rush Limbaugh/ESPN story before. From Limbaugh Resigns Over Comments on McNabb at Yahoo! News:
[Donovan] McNabb said someone on the show should have taken on Limbaugh. Among the other panelists are former players Michael Irvin and Tom Jackson, both of whom are black.
"I'm not pointing at anyone but someone should have said it," McNabb said of the panelists, who also include former quarterback Steve Young "I wouldn't have cared if it was the cameraman."
Limbaugh was scheduled to be in Philadelphia on Thursday to speak at a broadcast convention. McNabb said he wouldn't be welcome at the Eagles' practice.
"I really don't want to see him," McNabb said. "You can say you're sorry all you want, it doesn't matter. It's been said."
S'funny, I don't remember seeing any of the various right-wing pundits who've opined on this taking McNabb's thoughts on the matter under consideration. Perhaps I missed it, in the storm over the other Limbaugh scandal. From WhiteHouse.org:
"When Rush correctly observed that some lousy quarterback gets a free ride just for being a Philadelphia porch monkey, that didn't mean Rush is prejudiced. I mean, get a grip folks, the man was just fucked up on a fistful of hillbilly heroin his Spick-o-rickan maid was force-feeding him!"
Don't miss the quotes at the bottom of the article from Genuine Negroes® (accept no substitutes!) like Marion Barry, Darryl Strawberry and. . . Noelle Bush?