10 alternate careers for children’s book author Rush Limbaugh
Rush Limbaugh just added extra work to the plates of elementary school teachers across America, who are going to have to spend a lot of time undoing the damage caused by his historically inaccurate and bizarre new project, a children's history book called "Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures With Exceptional Americans."
According to his site Two if by Tea, “Rush Revere is a modern-day Paul Revere who rides around America espousing fundamental American values. He is a close friend of Rush Limbaugh who sounds the alarm that The Liberals Are Coming!™" By essentially injecting himself into the 1700s, Limbaugh hopes to teach children "the true story of Thanksgiving," an idea given to him by his wife, Kathryn, who observed that Limbaugh is "always talking about how history is being mistaught."
It seems that the ever-enterprising Limbaugh, who published two other books in the 1990s, is expanding his reach. But why stop with children's books? Here are 10 other projects that Limbaugh could successfully undertake:
1. Gettysburg reenactor