"Michael J. Fox has stepped into a new political world when he starts appearing in ads that make very personal charges that Republicans oppose life-saving cures and thus favor people dying of debilitating diseases," Graham said. "To make a charge that personal and then not expect a backlash is either incredibly naive or remarkably cynical. He is now both a very sympathetic and a very polarizing figure."
Graham called the pro-cell stem research ad "shameless, uncivil, unproven and a very personal attack."
At the same time, Graham said, Limbaugh "needed to apologize for not realizing that Fox's symptoms have become quite severe."