Health care reform is another form of civil rights, it’s reparations. Those are the words that came out of the mouth of national talk show host Rush Limbaugh this week. That’s the latest way he is allegedly attacking the effort by President Barack Obama to get health care reform through the US Congress. Whether you’re for health care reform is not the issue. It’s the hidden meaning and agenda of the words used by the Conservative talk show host. When you equate something with an issue you don’t like, it speaks volumes. And that’s what Limbaugh did – he spoke volumes. It’s clear he’s not for health care reform. And that’s perfectly fine. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion when it comes to the policies of this country you don’t agree with. We all should speak up and out. But to equate health care with civil rights or reparations sends another different kind of message. Limbaugh is essentially saying health care reform will benefit Blacks or minorities with the help of America’s first Black President. The same President he said would expand food stamps and the welfare. Limbaugh is also insinuating civil rights and reparations are things Americans don’t want. They’re bad and issues you should run from at top speed. If you had a chance to here the actual broadcast what do you think of his comments? Should health care reform be equated with civil rights and reparations?