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Mary Sanchez: How Limbaugh took hold of the conservative movement, helped pave the path its on today

How should the nation mark the passing of someone who revolutionized the widespread dissemination of illogical thought?

My fellow Missourian, Rush Limbaugh, has left his golden microphone.

His death wasn’t unexpected, nor should it be applauded, any more than any man’s. A year ago, the broadcaster announced the dire diagnosis of lung cancer. Limbaugh no doubt suffered.

In the days following his death at 70, there’s been no vacuum of scurrilous takedowns and endless recitations of

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