A week before the midterm elections, Karen Tumulty wrote a Washington Post column titled: “Can Democrats Hold the Senate By Running Away From Obama – And Their Own Records?” Ms. Tumulty reports that Senate Democrats distancing themselves from Obama has become a source of friction with the White House.
RUSH: The world is a changing place. And feminism has had a profound effect on women, and it could well be that what I saw as harmless in some cases might actually be thought of by women today as deeply threatening.
RUSH: You Democrats, you need to get out there and vote Democrat early and often. That's what this piece is. It's a get-out-the-vote piece disguised as news in the New York Times, with this absurd proposition that Democrats are cheated against, that Democrats are undersampled in polls, undercounted, and basically mistreated, disrespected, and taken for granted.
RUSH: It's the first time in 29 years. It's such a stark turnaround, such an ultimate upper and a positive. But a real sad disappointment for last night.
RUSH: If you're gonna let people remain free, human nature is what it is, and there's no political movement that is ever going to erase it. Feminism tried.
RUSH: She has agreed with me in one sense -- although she doesn't know it, I don't think. It's about the catcall video.
CALLER: I just wanted to thank you for the two books -- or the three books. I haven't gotten the third book yet. My daughter has read the first two, and she came to me and asked me, "Who is this guy that wrote the book?"
So I said, "Okay, let's go on the Internet," and so now she's reading See, I Told You So.
RUSH: You probably have seen the Obama photo-op with a number of doctors and nurses who have returned from the Ebola countries, and many of those doctors are still in the 21-day monitoring period, the so-called quarantine. In fact, Obama even went out of his way to shake hands with every one of them in front of the cameras. It was just a few days ago he hugged the Ebola survivor, nurse Nina Pham, before the cameras in the White House.
RUSH: Are you ready for this? The New York Times quotes somebody describing the Secretary of State John Kerry as spinning and floating out of control like Sandra Bullock did in that astronaut character she played in the movie Gravity... The story is about how Obama may have to replace some of the people in the Regime because they're so incompetent.
RUSH: If you become a student of your voice, you know how to use it and change it based on how it feels as well as how it sounds to you.
RUSH: We've got a teachable moment here, an opportunity to make this more than just a temporary one-off anti-Democrat Party vote. It could have some meaning to it, and it still could, even after the election, depending on how the Republicans want to deal with it.