You may have seen the powerful new political ad, starring actor Michael J. Fox, urging voters to elect U.S. Senate candidate Claire McCaskill for her support of stem-cell research.
What you don't know is Rush Limbaugh, the conservative talk show host who's more known for his many drug addictions than his political views, has accused actor Michael, who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, of "exaggerating the effects of the disease" to drum up support for his cause. Limbaugh added that "this is really shameless of Michael J. Fox. Either he didn't take his medication or he's acting, one of the two."
In his broadcast today, Limbaugh stated that "I will bigly, hugely admit that I was wrong, and I will apologize to Michael J. Fox if I am wrong in characterizing his behavior on this commercial as an act, especially since people are telling me they have seen him this way on other interviews and in other television appearances." However, Limbaugh then returned to criticizing the 45-year-old actor, stating that "Michael J. Fox is using his illness as a way to mislead voters into thinking that their vote for a single United States senator has a direct impact on stem cell research in Missouri. It doesn't, and it won't."
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