Rush Limbaugh had a conversation with a caller who brought up the idea that maybe Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the two men behind the Boston Marathon bombings, were victims of bullying.

The caller was concerned that "because it's ingrained in America that we don't accept people usually," they never made friends or "they didn't feel like they were part of the US."

Rush pointed out an article written by The Boston Globe's Lisa Wangsness regarding the issue, entitled 'Islam Might Have Had Secondary Role In Boston Attacks.'

"Such as, booze might have had a secondary role in a hangover. Gravity might have had a secondary role in a fall," Limbaugh retorted.

Limbaugh ended the segment with this question: "Do you think Lisa Wangsness at the Boston Globe would ever write a story with the following headline: 'Guns Might Have Had a Secondary Role in the Newtown Shooting?'"

Food for thought.