I see that Rush Limbaugh is part of a group that is currently in talks to buy the NFL's St. Louis Rams.
For those of you unaware of Rush...I envy you. At best he's a conservative talk radio host who is viewed by some as the voice of the Republican Party while to some he's an eveil right-wing rascist who uses said radio show to spout ills and evils to a worryingly large audience. I'll let you decide which is most correct.
One thing that Rush has been accused of is being a rascist, particularly after one incident during his short but unforgettable tenure as an analyst on ESPN's NFL Countdown show in 2003. I can't find a video of the incident but here is what he said of Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback, Donovan McNabb.
"Sorry to say this, I don't think he's been that good from the get-go. I think what we've had here is a little social concern in the NFL. The media has been very desirous that a black quarterback do well. There is a little hope invested in McNabb, and he got a lot of credit for the performance of this team that he didn't deserve. The defense carried this team."
He promptly resigned three days later, and rightly so. McNabb isn't one of the game's greats but at that point he had led the Eagles to an NFC Championship Game and was one of the gane's better signal callers.
I don't know for sure whether the NFL has a fit-and-proper test for perspective owners but it wouldn't surprise me if they do. I know, for example, that the Premier League does. If they do, then I hope that these comments are levied at him and used to keep him out of the League. American football is a fine sport and the NFL is the best spors league on the planet. Neither needs Limbaugh or his ilk.