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Clarence Page: Sorry, don’t expect the Fairness Doctrine to come back and prevent more Rush Limbaughs

Speak not ill of the dead, I was taught in Sunday school. I respect that. But if I couldn’t eulogize Rush Limbaugh, who died Wednesday, without such pinpoint descriptions as bloviating, racist, misogynist, neo-fascist gasbag, I think good ol’ Rush would be disappointed in me, wherever he is.

After all, I would be helping to confirm the angry, humorless, elitist and vindictive image of liberals and moderate RINOs (“Republicans in name only”) that

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