On the campaign trail, Crazy Bernie is feeling the heat. During a weekend appearance on Meet the Depressed, he complained the “Clinton people” are hammering him over his lack of foreign policy experience.
RUSH: There's not a single Republican in this field who would, by virtue of inexperience, make the mistakes Obama is making, because Obama is not making mistakes. Obama has an agenda. I think the real important question here to ask and answer is why won't anybody but Rubio and Cruz say it? I think when you start making fun of Rubio for repeating that Obama's doing it on purpose, you don't understand how important that is to the Republican base, which is what this primary is all about. It's fundamental. And by the same token, defining conservatism, being able to, is fundamental. It's what this is all about. And if you can't do it, if your definition of conservatism is ignorant or wrong, I guarantee you you're gonna pay for it when it comes time to vote.
RUSH: The question is, how did people who are gonna vote in this thing see it, versus how do the analysts see it?
RUSH: If I were Bernie Sanders -- and Bernie, you can steal this -- the next time Clinton hits you, just say, "No attack ever fed a hungry child."
RUSH: There are a number of people in the country worried about where we're heading culturally and socially, and I think there are subconscious reasons people are happy for various and certain outcomes. They may not even realize it until somebody like me comes along and reminds them, and they're probably saying, "Yeah, yeah. Right on, dude. That's exactly right. That's exactly how I'm feeling. I just didn't know it 'til you came along, just like it was when you came along in 1988."
RUSH: How they ended up having $150 million, for doing speeches, are you kidding me? Nobody gets paid that much to do speeches, because nobody has that much to say to make it that worth it. There's something else going on here. That's why Mrs. Clinton won't reveal the transcripts of these speeches. Something in them would give away the game.
RUSH: Bill Clinton, in the modern era, turned feminism on its head. He was a serial abuser of women, and the feminist leaders of the day -- Gloria Steinem and the rest of them -- excused it. They looked the other way.
RUSH: The way voters make up their minds does not track with the way the professional class analyzes these things.
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