RUSH: I was thinking that idea for Hillary Clinton to ingratiate herself to young women would be to take a personal interest in the Epstein case, the underage abuse victims... The problem is, her husband's involved here. But then they could fall back on, "It's just sex. It's nobody's business."
RUSH: It's a very, very hard game. This is my point about it, for those of you that don't play, never played it, the aspect of it that you'll never get is the mental. It's just you. There is nobody else to rely on. There's nobody to pick you up. There's nobody to give you a day off. It's just you, and it's just your head and whatever is going on in your head, and it doesn't take much to shatter confidence.
RUSH: I check e-mail during the breaks and there's some people thinking, "You know, you're not taking this seriously enough, Rush. These people are really posing a threat." I think I, of all people, know that. But it's a long campaign. People's emotional reservoirs are only so deep, and they're gonna empty out long before we get to November. People's emotional reservoirs are gonna empty and refill and empty and refill numerous times. I don't think there's anybody more attuned to the clear and present danger that we face with either of these two, Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders, because we face it with Barack Obama.
RUSH: If you've seen Office Space, if you've seen that scene where they beat up the printer, and if you understand Hillary's got a problem with her e-mail server, this ad will be uproariously funny and brilliantly creative to you.
RUSH: What's been revealed here is that deep in the bowels of NFL hearings, meetings, somebody said, "We don't want the Raiders back anywhere in LA, Carson, Inglewood, Southern California, we don't want 'em anywhere because gangs here are gonna co-opt 'em and the Raiders are gonna end up wearing gang apparel and the gangs are gonna wear Raiders apparel and we don't want this kind of an image in the NFL." But, I mean, the point is, it's already happened... When all these teams started adopting alternative jersey colors as black or putting black somewhere in the uniform predominantly when they had never, ever, had black as part of the color scheme...
RUSH: I'm convinced that these people listen to this program, 'cause it was earlier this week that I accused Hillary Clinton of racism and bigotry because not only did she try to stop the first black guy from becoming president -- that would be Barack Hussein O -- and now she's attempting to stop the first Jewish guy from becoming president. And they are asked this question last night. Bernie Sanders was asked the question.
RUSH: After watching this thing last night, I do not understand why in the world the Democrat Party wants to let more immigrants into this country. This country sucks so bad, this country is so horrible, this country is so decrepit, why in the world would they want anybody to come here and live here? It's a mind-boggling thing to listen to these people talk about this country, and then to try to outdo each other.
RUSH: I long ago made the point to a caller... The first time was in either the late eighties or the early nineties. It was a caller calling to ask me in the early days of the program what I thought of the often repeated thought that Nazism and Hitler were conservatives, and this is why Jewish people don't vote Republican. I said, "Nothing could be further from the truth! In the first place, I said, you cannot diagram the ideological existence in a straight line. You have to do it as a circle." I remember the caller reacting like a giant lightbulb had been turned on.
RUSH: The American economy has always grown. That's how wealth has been created, with people trying to get their piece of it. It's never been a zero-sum game. Somebody gets a piece, somebody loses a piece. It's always been the pie grows, and it grows as Americans work hard and produce more, create more. Well, that's not happening. The government's taking ever bigger chunks of that pie. Fewer people are working in that pie. It isn't growing, and therefore whoever gets pieces of it, it's becoming a zero-sum game, all brought to you by the American left and the Democrat Party. If they're in charge of who has money, can you blame people for turning to them?
RUSH: Some people are gonna see this as Trump admitting he's not a conservative. Some people are gonna say: "See? Trump is now so in the driver's seat he feels free to come forward and admit that he's not a conservative and it's actually conservatives that screwed everything up." Others are not going to see it that way. Others are gonna see that Trump is right on the money here.
RUSH: What I was gonna say about Bernie Sanders and his young idealistic voters, is wait 'til they find out that Hillary is getting all the delegates. Bernie Sanders wins New Hampshire by 22 points. I mean, it's a wipeout. And Hillary ended up with nine more delegates than Bernie Sanders. Now, you want to talk rigged game? Bernie out there saying, "Everything's rigged. The economy's rigged! Wall Street's rigged!" Hey, Bernie? So is your party's nominating process.
RUSH: I mentioned earlier Obama's blaming me for the lack of a good tone in politics, blaming me for the lack of improvement in the good tone of politics. Well, he's worked hard, he's the president, he's the most powerful man in the world. I am holding him back. And I held back Bill Clinton, folks. The same thing. If it wouldn't have been for me, why, we'd be in so much better shape in this country. I'm just a guy on the radio.
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