Stop the presses! Page Six has some big news. Months of rumors that have kept fans of talk radio and “24″ on edge have now been put to rest:

Mary Lynn Rajskub of “24″ wants to set the record straight – Rush Limbaugh has not bedded her, nor will he ever.

“Last summer, I was on a panel about terrorism that [he] was moderating,” the blonde tells FHM. “He said hello to everyone and kissed me full on the lips. I was like, ‘Oh, that was odd.’ Then the picture was on the Internet and people thought I was going out with him. He’s brilliant and hilarious, but I wouldn’t say I wanted to get it on with him!”

What’s the most disturbing part of all this? You guessed it: The actors from the show “24″ were part of a panel discussion about terrorism – a meeting whose keynote speaker was Director of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff. Well, at least the next time we’re attacked, Chertoff will be properly instructed on how to portray the horror should he decide to make a made-for-television adaptation.

Even still, the actors’ ideas were more effective than anything Congressional Democrats can come up with.

Do you know how you can tell Rajskub isn’t a liberal? This happened and no sexual harrassment lawsuit was filed:

“Our show, ’24,’ tackles terrorism the same way our government sh…grrghhhmmphhhhrrgghh…”


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