Rush Out

Rush Limbaugh is out of the hospital, and he held a press conference yesterday to discuss his chest pains and his treatment in Hawaii.
Limbaugh held a brief news conference Friday at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu after being admitted Wednesday night with chest pains. "They found absolutely nothing wrong," he said. "No arterial disease, no coronary disease whatsoever."
Being Rush, he naturally seized the opportunity to do commentary.
Limbaugh, 58, also managed some political commentary. "I don't think there's one thing wrong with the health care system," he said.
Rush had been scheduled to return to the air on Monday, but he didn't comment on whether he would be taking any extra time off as a result of the health issues. While he didn't want to take questions, he did respond to one reporter who asked if he was on painkillers again for back pain. Rush laughed and said no, adding that he was taking Prednisone, a steriod that is used as an anti-inflammatory, among other things.