RUSH LIMBAUGH isn't going to succeed in his quest to own the St. Louis Rams anytime soon - especially if the Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson have a say in the matter.
The two teamed up to attack the talk-radio host's lack of sensitivity regarding race relations as well as some of Limbaugh's past comments they perceive as "anti-NFL."
Sharpton sent a letter to NFL commish Roger Goodell, while Jackson said in a telephone interview with the Associated Press that Limbaugh has become famous and wealthy by "appealing to the fears of whites."
"The National Football League has set high standards for racial justice and inclusion," Jackson said. "[Limbaugh] should not have the privilege of owning an NFL franchise - and it is a privilege."