Michael Tomasky asks in The Guardian: What moral are we to draw from this?
Rush Limbaugh has been dropped from the group headed by sports magnate Dave Checketts to buy the St. Louis Rams NFL franchise. Top to bottom the NFL said to Limbaugh: we do not want you, you racist idiot.
So professional football has enough collective sense to say to a toxic racist: you're a toxic racist, and we won't have anything to do with you. Meanwhile, in the political arena, he thrives. What's the moral of this story?