FORT APACHE, Arizona - Watch out Rush Limbaugh. Chief Standing Wolf, who earlier this year made certain promises to rid Arizona of non-Native Americans if they didn't repeal their white man laws allowing only English-speaking people in their state, is on the war path again. This time, it's Rush Limbaugh that has the Apache leader seeing red.
Standing Wolf spoke on Fort Apache radio station WIND (INDigenous Radio): "A man named Rush is worthy of his name. He rushes to judgment of a people who are proud. We do not care for his words. We will stand against his words. One day, Rush, you will understand the true way, and when you do, it will be too late."
Upon hearing Standing Wolf's words, Rush Limbaugh said "what?" due to the fact that he doesn't speak Apache. However, he then just laughed it off, lit another cigar and went onto his next topic, those worthless Meshicanos. Said Rush "why do I waste my time on the Injuns when there are just so many others to attack. I say to Standing Wolf, 'sir, until you become a pale face and embrace the white man's way, you won't have two buffalo nickels to rub together," to which he added "that ought to make that Injun think twice about taking on ole Chief Rush Limbaugh."