USA Today's Neuharth Ridicules 'Ludicrous' and 'Laughable' Limbaugh
Published: 8/7/2010 1:46 PM ET
USA Today founder Al Neuharth used his weekly column on Friday to ridicule Rush Limbaugh, marking the 22nd anniversary of Limbaugh's national radio show by denouncing the conservative talk titan for "ludicrous" assertions and deriding him for having "the best comedy show on radio."
In the column titled "Limbaugh anniversary is a laughing matter," Neuharth condescendingly maintained: "I'm not a regular Limbaugh listener because on most days when he peddles his diatribe, I'm busy doing something worthwhile." But on a recent "long auto trip" he tuned in and heard "laughables," scolding Limbaugh for making anti-Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton "cojones" quips. So, he then recommended:
For the dog days of August, I suggest you have a portable radio with you in your car, on the beach or park outings. Laughing at Limbaugh will make all that more fun.