Bo Snerdley Delivers Emotional Final Tribute To Rush Limbaugh

Bo Snerdley Delivers Emotional Final Tribute To Rush Limbaugh

James Golden, better known to fans of Rush Limbaugh as Bo Snerdley, was a call screener, producer, and engineer for Rush Limbaugh for many years. He talked about his friend on Sean Hannity’s show on Thursday night.

Snerdley said that Limbaugh, who passed on Wednesday at the age of 70 years old after battling with lung cancer, “was one of the finest human beings that you would ever want to meet.” He also said,

“He changed the media. He changed the landscape. Rush Limbaugh’s radio show grew for over 30 years. This is unheard of. And our audience from small children all the way up through the senior of senior citizens. And beyond all of those accomplishments, Rush Limbaugh was one of the finest human beings that you would ever want to meet. A generous, wonderful, beautiful spirit. Humble, a gentleman. Always. Never failed to thank people for the smallest service that they could do to him. He never looked down on people. It burns me to my soul when people sully his reputation with falsehoods, calling him a racist. …This man was just an incredible phenomenon and we love you, Rush. God bless you and thank you, Sean, for having me with you to talk about Rush.”

It is comforting to know that Bo Snerdley, who knew Rush Limbaugh so well, had the same impression of him that so many of us did. This was a good man who raised and donated enormous amounts of money to charity, inspired a whole generation of conservatives, and changed the political landscape in America for the better. The world is a better place because Rush Limbaugh lived in it. Yes, it’s sad that he died, but when a giant like Rush Limbaugh passes away, it’s hard not to think, “That was a life well-lived.”

John Hawkins is the author of 101 Things All Young Adults Should Know


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