"It looks like they took globs of paint and threw it on his face. It looks great. It did my heart good," said [Baltimore City Works spokesman Robert] Murrow, who admittedly is not a Limbaugh fan.Oh, yeah, vandalism. So funny. But, it does seem that Mayor Sheila Dixon does have a few brain cells left:
"Earlier today, an employee of City Government expressed his personal opinion regarding a vandalized billboard in Baltimore," [ Dixon wrote. "While this employee identified himself as a spokesperson for the Department of Public Works, I want to stress that his feelings about the vandalism are his alone; his statement does not represent the position of City Government or my feelings as Mayor.And how did El Rushbo take it? Did he cry and scream and carry on like a
"Whether they occur on public or private property, I take all acts of vandalism seriously. It is a crime and won't be tolerated in Baltimore."
CORRECTION:It was not the Maha-Rushi that came us with this idea. From the radio Transcript at his website:
Hang on. I just got a great e-mail here and I gotta print this out. I gotta read it out to you.
The great e-mail suggests, "Don't touch it. Leave it alone. Just add one line: 'Listen and see what the left doesn't want you to hear.' Leave the billboard defaced. Leave the paint up there. Add a little line: 'Listen and see what the left doesn't want you to hear.'" I think that's a great idea. I don't know. They said they were going to start fixing and repairing the billboard today and they may have already started. I don't know if it's too late. But if it's not too late, you guys in Baltimore might want to think about that. It doesn't bother me, actually funny.