Zev Chafets, who wrote the new book “Rush Limbaugh: An Army of One,” is pitching an unusual idea for helping bridge the civility gap in politics. He wants President Obama and Limbaugh (in photo) to play a round of golf together. “It wouldn’t announce the start of a beautiful friendship or even a cease-fire,” Chafets wrote. “But it could signify to millions of overwrought citizens that Obama and Limbaugh, for all their disputes and differences, can still see each other as fellow Americans capable of sharing a beer and a laugh on a sunny day. And in times like this, that’s a message worth sending.”
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