That Colin Powell is feeling a little distant from his party is no surprise, but the former secretary of state has no plans to give up on Republicans quite yet. Instead, he has plans for the GOP. "I think the party has to stop shouting at the world and at the country," Powell said in a interview airing Sunday on CNN. "I think that the party has to take a hard look at itself." Powell went on to criticize Republicans for trying to play "polarization for political advantage," urging his party to become more appealing to African-American, Hispanic, and Asian voters. But the most important step to get the GOP back into the majority? Get rid of the Oxycontin addict Rush Limbaugh. "Can we continue to listen to Rush Limbaugh?" he asked. "Is this really the kind of party that we want to be when these kinds of spokespersons seem to appeal to our lesser instincts rather than our better instincts?"