Get a grip..... If Rush was taking 100 pills a day he would sound like Ozzie Ozbourne
posted on 10/01/2003 10:57:51 PM PDT
(Joseph Wilson is a fraud)
MJY1288 wrote: Get a grip..... If Rush was taking 100 pills a day he would sound like Ozzie Ozbourne
The truth takes a back seat to perceptions here.
Regardless of how many pills he was taking, if he was indeed hooked and buying them illegally it is going to be bad for him.
I don't see the snitch lying about wearing a wire.
posted on 10/01/2003 11:00:42 PM PDT
(Omnis Gaul delenda est)
If Rush was taking 100 pills a day HE WOULD BE DEAD!!
This is a pile of doo-doo and WE ALL KNOW RIGHT WHERE IT CAME FROM.
posted on 10/01/2003 11:24:43 PM PDT
(America - The Greatest Nation on the Face of the Earth)
I take two 20mg oxycontin pills per day for constant severe nerve pain. 100 pills a day? Give me a break. One tenth that amount and you would be floating on the ceiling. Much more and you would be in a coma.
So he buys his pills from some house-maid he doesn't know from Adam. Then, after he suspects she might be wearing a wire, he still uses her as a middle-man and talks to her freely. This sounds like McCauliffe and Carville horse hockey. Maybe the Dems think that Rush is one of the reasons they keep losing. These people will absolutely stop at nothing when you are in their way. Ask Billy Dale.
He probably has taken pills for pain with all he has been through. And he may have ongoing chronic pain that is severe enough that he must constantly medicate.
I don't see what the big deal is with oxycontin when taken in pill form. It takes the edge off my pain, and it makes me drowsy, like an antihistamine. I've taken the same dose for four years and it is still effective. Is there supposed to be some buzz you get from it? If so, I'm missing out. I do know now from experience that a person can have such severe pain that you need something for it. If you don't think so, shove a bamboo shoot under your finger nail deep into the quick---and then find out that its there for the rest of your life.
Limbaugh may need medication. He may push himself too hard to overcome his handicap. But the rest of the story doesn't even begin to add up.
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