I don't know about being arrested but I do think that Rush needs to be committed.
Personally, I think they are both nuts.
I didn't like what Rush said, but this is ridiculous on so many levels. (1) Doesn't the First Amendment also protect Rush's right to express his opinions, just as it protected Ms. Fluke? (2) So ironic that feminist lawyer Allred would rely on a paternalistic old 19th-century statute that never got repealed. AND that she would apply it to someone who has publicly made clear that she is "unchaste." (3) The Florida State Bar should look into whether Allred has inappropriately "solicited" a client by making this public statement on behalf of someone who isn't her client and then coyly stating that "she can get in touch with me if she wants." Or whatever she said.
Good points Robin. I just remember when Allred was covering the talk show circuit, spewing her venom in defense of any femminist case that came down the pike - she's just a step removed from an ambulance chaser.
What Rush did was uncharitable and I don't really like him nor care for what he says but this is all out of proportion. Rush just said what some people thought in their head and kept to themselves..... If the glove fits wear it. Like the 85 year old woman who called into EWTN LIVE the other night said, "What ever happened to chastity?"
She sounds menopausal to me.
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