Bridgett Nickerson Boyd claims in a lawsuit filed last week that last year in Texas, sheriff's deputy Mark Goad arrested her for driving on the shoulder when she pulled off the highway because her engine was steaming. Then her heart started racing, so Goad followed her to the hospital, and arrested her after she had been treated. That still wasn't the worst of it: Boyd claims that while Goad was driving her to jail, he cranked up Rush Limbaugh, who was making, "derogatory comments about black people." The charges against her were almost immediately dismissed, and now Boyd is suing for defamation, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, assault and battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Perhaps she should look into class-action status for anyone who's been unwillingly subjected to Rush's blathering.