You, Steve Elliott gave a wonderful tribute to Rush. You articulated so well what I thought of Rush. He explained politics so well. He made the complex simple. He gave great advice from his “life” experiences. God was Rush’s and is my guiding light. He was like a friend I visited everyday, even though I didn’t know him personally. I will miss Rush very much, and I grieve him like I do for a close friend and family member. I too, like Steve Elliott, first heard Rush on a co-workers car radio during my lunch break in 1995, I think, on my construction job on Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, AL. I told my parents about Rush. I’ve only been listening to him regularly for the last 5 years. I’m so glad I have. I subscribe to Rush’s magazine the “Limbaugh Letter.” I have been informed on many things I didn’t know about. I’ve been praying for Rush since he gave his cancer diagnosis. I had not tuned in at the first of the show on Wed, and did not know that Rush had passed. When I heard his voice, I thought he was back and able to be on the radio. Then I heard Rush’s wife, Kathryn, make the announcement of Rush’s home going to heaven. I’m glad I didn’t know immediately. I had a little bit of hope. I suspected that something might be wrong when Rush had not returned to the show the second week after his treatment. My prayers go out to Rush’s wife and family and his radio family, including myself. My they/we feel God’s arms around them/us. I’m glad to be able to still hear Rush’s voice on recorded parts of the Rush Limbaugh radio show. Rush and my mamma had mutual birthdays, on Jan 12. I’m glad Rush made it to age 70. I loved his thankfulness for everyday of his life. Rush gets to see my mamma and daddy in heaven before I do. I know Rush is with Jesus.