Rush Limbaugh has officially gone around the bend

Paranoia is a side effect of Oxycontin addiction. Just saying.

Limbaugh says he was about a quarter mile away from his home, and while using his iPhone with a voice-transcription feature that turns spoken words into printed text, a mysterious message suddenly showed up.

Limbaugh says the sentence read: “Obama’s minions are taking over and there’s nothing you can do about it.”

The blurb stunned the radio host, as he noted, “I hadn’t said anything like that!”

Unfortunately, he admits he doesn’t have evidence to show anyone.

“I was so discombobulated by what happened that I didn’t save what showed up on my iPhone,” he said. “I can’t prove this, because I didn’t keep the transcriptions. I deleted them. I don’t even know if I actually deleted them. I just didn’t send them. They are not on the phone. I went and looked.”

Spontaneity? Not in this country

There was a rare unplanned moment at Turner Field tonight. A portly fellow in a wedding dress rushed the field to cheers but, before he could toss his bouquet, was tackled to the ground by a phalanx of security personnel. Threat averted.

Imagine what would’ve happened to the two guys who chased Hank Aaron around the base paths after he broke Babe Ruth’s record. Two sniper’s bullets to the noggin I suspect.

Where have you gone, Morganna the Kissing Bandit? A nation turns its paranoid eyes to you.

A well-paid media personality quits over money and takes democracy with him

The wailing and gnashing of teeth from Daily Kos diarists over Keith Olbermann’s departure from MSNBC makes for an easy parody — no editing required.

I’m sick to death over this, and it is yet another piece of the puzzle of the Shock Doctrine in full view of our eyes.  It is disgusting, and we must have a complete plan of action to raise our voices, and I don’t just mean complaining or canceling Comcast.

I’m talking real action here.  I welcome your ideas.  What can we do as a community to stop this vicious and final take over of what little is left for the progressive open free market for real news on our airwaves?

Time to go to the fucking ‘mattresses,’ for Keith, because next with this new Comcast/NBC merger, Rachel Maddow will be next, and so will Ed Schulz and Darrell Ratigan.

If Ratigan goes, fascism wins.