The Washington Times - October 14, 2009, 05:45PM

Rush Limbaugh’s bid to become part-owner of the St. Louis Rams appears blocked.

Missouri bloggers have their say:


Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, Democrat from Missouri, says Limbaugh’s bid a good thing.

Political Fix:  “At City Hall, the debate might be just getting started

“Alderman Antonio French says he will introduce a resolution at Friday’s board meeting calling on the team to reject any bid with Limbaugh as an investor.

“The resolution calls Limbaugh a “racially divisive figure” whose ownership of the Rams could damage race relations in the city.”

Prime Buzz: Jason Whitlock article says ‘no’ to Limbaugh.

Political Fix: Hardball, MSNBC having field day on Limbaugh’s bid for Rams

Al Sharpton throws cutback block on Rush Limbaugh and Rams

: Questions lead to theory, even though Limbaugh probably won’t be involved.

“Would the controversial Limbaugh make fans question their loyalty to the team?  Would the conservative radio host ask for taxpayer help to build a new stadium when the Rams have an out on their current lease at the Edward Jones Dome?    Or would he argue for a free market solution - he and the other owners building their own facility? Would they be happy keeping the team in a politically blue city?”