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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 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. 

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The Obama Regime was hit with a huge setback this week, unexpectedly. The Supreme Court ruled against Obama, and sided with states that wanted Obama’s draconian EPA regulations put on hold while they challenge the measures in court.

RUSH: Well, it's now official.  Panic has set in.  Panic has set in maybe in both establishments, but certainly in the Republican establishment, panic is now official.  And it's all because, up until last night, everything was theoretical.  But now Trump won, and he outperformed the polling.  But before you get too crazy, I want to remind you of something.  People are talking about a revolution going on out there, and I can understand why people might be saying so when you look at Bernie Sanders over Hillary, and Trump coming out of nowhere and dominating the Republican side. I don't know about a revolution...

RUSH: Here are these two people who have made the last seven years possible.  They are the architects, along with Barack Hussein Obama, they have voted for every dime of it, they have supported everything. To listen to these people criticize the health care system with 29 million people still uninsured and to complain about the costs, the rising premiums and the deductibles, and to hear them talk about unemployment, and to hear them talk about low wage, who do they think is responsible for this? 

RUSH: Hillary Clinton tried to stop the first African-American from being elected president. Now she's trying to stop the first Jewish-American from being elected president.  What a bigot! Doesn't Mrs. Clinton realize she should get out of the way and let these minorities finally have their shot at things? She tried to stop the first black president; he won.  Now she's trying to stop the first Jewish president, and he just mopped the floor with her.  Do you want to know how screwed up the Democrat primary is?

RUSH: When I saw what Jeb and Kasich were doing in New Hampshire at the last minute in order to get votes, they were going left as fast as Deion Sanders can backpedal.  They were moving left faster than anybody I've ever seen go left.  And I opened the program yesterday saying, "You will never, ever, have to worry about that with Ted Cruz."  And then I expanded on it.  And let me say one thing: If conservatism is your bag, if conservatism is the dominating factor in how you vote, there is no other choice for you in this campaign than Ted Cruz.

RUSH: It is this endless cycle here of theorizing and pretend and fantasyland with an occasional hard, cold shower of reality that brings everybody back for a while.  But then the whole process starts repeating where everybody tells you what they know is gonna happen in South Carolina and why it's gonna happen in South Carolina.  And yet, in the two states so far, there have been shocks, despite what everybody thought they knew.  Bernie winning as big as he did was a shock.  And as far as the establishment's concerned after Iowa, they really thought maybe it's all overstated for Trump. 

Politico: Jeb To Go Scorched Earth on Rubio, Kasich... SCOTUS Puts Brakes on Obama's EPA Regulations... Solar Industry Flopping Big Time...Coming Tomorrow: How Trump Can Pick Off Female Millennial Bernie Backers...


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