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RUSH: It used to be, ladies and gentlemen, that David "Rodham" Gergen exemplified the conventional wisdom of the thinking inside the Washington Beltway.  David "Rodham" Gergen, whatever he said, whatever he thought, you could count on that being what everybody else in the power clique thought and believed... Well, I think it may be that that torch is being passed, if not being passed, it's being shared.  John Heilemann and Mark Halperin are quickly becoming the new arbiters of conventional wisdom in Washington.

RUSH: He's in his office, all hell's breaking loose, there's a shooter on the loose. Oh, yeah?  Well, who am I?  Sergeant-at-arms.  So reaches wherever his gun is, grabs it, walks out of his office, finds the guy, pow, pow, problem solved, back to his office.  Reluctant hero, just doing his job.  Man's man. 

RUSH: If you are subjected enough and regularly to an onslaught of how rotten the United States is, how guilty the United States is, if you are subjected to a daily tirade of all the injustices and all the unfairness and all the discrimination and all the inequality and all of the inequity, at some point you're gonna snap if you're not well adjusted to begin with.  And who knows then what could become attractive to you as you seek to put action to your thoughts, become a hero or what have you.

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Until three years ago, if you wanted to teach school in Wisconsin, you had to join the teacher’s union. You had to pay dues. No matter whether you agreed to or not, a portion of your dues went to elect Democrats despite the harm their policies inflicted on the education system, and the state’s economy.

RUSH: If it weren't for voter fraud, I am more and more convinced -- I've got some stories in the Stack today to back this up. They're just not that popular.  Look, Andrew Cuomo, the governor of New York, has a new book.  It's his autobiography.  And do you know how many people care about Andrew Cuomo's life?  Nine-hundred-forty-five books sold the first week.  

RUSH: As we get closer to actual Election Day, the polls get a little more realistic because the pollsters start thinking about their credibility.  So a poll a month ago, a poll in August, a poll three months ago could be used entirely to shape public opinion and advance, say, the Democrat Party agenda rather than reflect public opinion.  And I have no doubt this happens.  None.  Zip, zero, nada.  Shifts in public opinion don't happen this way.

RUSH: "Mark Cuban has some advice for the Republican Party: Drop the social issues. 'If I was going to give guidance to the Republican Party, I'd say, 'Stay completely out of social issues.'"  He said it on CNBC today... I've been hearing this since 1992.  It doesn't matter what the Republicans do.  They're gonna be accused of all this stuff whether they say it, do it, or not.  The solution is to not shut up about this.

RUSH: They see this AP poll that shows people support Republicans, women, 42 to 40 over Democrats.  They see the gender gap has gone away, and they thought they owned it.  They thought they had made this so-called Republican War on Women stick.  Now it's disappearing and they know it means disaster.

RUSH: Barack Hussein O, when he's talking to Sharpton, says... "Keep in mind that most of these laws are not preventing the overwhelming majority of folks who don't vote from voting...  The bottom line is, if less than half of our folks vote, these laws aren't preventing the other half from not voting." ...In other words, the voter ID laws are not why they aren't voting.  Do you realize what a huge rug he's just pulled out from under the Democrat Party? Can you imagine George W. Bush, if, in talking about the white vote, said "our folks"?  Can you imagine, if any Republican did it?  Can you imagine what the reaction would be? 

RUSH: NAALCP members are being told to go all over North Carolina and tell black people, "Hey, you don't need to register in advance.  You can register when you show up.  And go anywhere.  You don't have to go to an assigned place." So that when they get there and are refused the right to vote, they are then to raise hell, call the news media, which will be on call waiting for the call, and raise holy hell about how North Carolina is discriminating against black voters by not letting them vote, and not letting them register.

RUSH: See, Democrats are supposed to have been able to get away with these things.  Democrats are supposed to be untouched.  You're not supposed to report Democrats doing this kind of stuff.  And, if you do, you are engaging in cyberbullying, and you are the problem, not the people who are committing these various acts that people end up finding out about.

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