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Published on Oct 14, 2009
On the day that a group interesting in bidding for the St. Louis Rams dumps conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity welcomes Stephen A. Smith on his show to discuss the development. He brings up examples of Limbaugh's race baiting, saying while Rush has said some racially insensitive things, he would not label him a racist.
Meanwhile, New York Civil Rights Coalition's Michael Meyers suspects "cowardice" from the owners for not standing up for Limbaugh, and said he was tired of the "racial buffoonery".
"I don't get the obsession with Rush Limbaugh," said Meyers, who says Limbaugh is "not only offensive, he's also very funny."