Wednesday, October 22, 2003

Rush Sings Kumbayah

Michelangelo Signorile at the New York Press takes a bit of delight in the thought of Rush Limbaugh being treated for his addictions by hippies, new age mystics, and feminazis.

He notes, "But after researching the place that Limbaugh reportedly checked into for drug treatment, I'm convinced that if the treatment is successful, he could be transformed into a being that is barely recognizable. In this case, that can only be a good thing. After all, if Limbaugh has been on synthetic heroin for years, foaming at the mouth and railing against liberals, a detoxed Limbaugh might be defanged as well. (Makes you wonder what Ann Coulter is on, eh?) That's not to mention that the treatment center that sources told the New York Post he's entered is, for him, the belly of the beast."

Rather you read it in its entirety than I quote it here, but the brochure of the Sierra Tucson facility where Rush is believed to be holed up includes "psychodynamic role-playing and yoga" to "adventure therapy," "Climbing Wall," "the desert experience" and "equine-assisted therapy". Ah, to be a fly on the wall.

Read the whole thing here.

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