What’s the frequency, Rushbo?
Jane at firedoglake points out that Rush is starting to hanker for the days when his only medical problem was a butt-boil. From the linked article:
Attorney Roy Black said the records, which were seized in 2003, should be reviewed by a judge before they are opened to prosecutors.
“We’re talking about privacy matters and privileged matters,” Black told Palm Beach Circuit Judge Jeffrey A. Winikoff. “The remedy is them not seeing the various procedures and medical things that have nothing do to with the items they are investigating.”
Assistant State Attorney James Martz said investigators have agreed not to publicly disclose personal details from the medical records.
Let’s jump back to The Graduate:
Mr. McGuire: I want to say one word to you. Just one word.
Benjamin: Yes, sir.
Mr. McGuire: Are you listening?
Benjamin: Yes, I am.
Mr. McGuire: Plastics
..but something more along the lines of…
Tbogg: I want to say two words to you. Just two words.
Reader: Yes, sir.
Tbogg: Are you listening?
Reader: Yes, I am.
Tbogg: Erectile dysfunction
You can bet the house on it.
…and if anyone in the investigator’s office happens to scan a copy of those records…well, I guess we could always say that Mark Felt gave them to us.