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RUSH: So, how many of you still doubt me, that everything this administration does is a political calculation?  How many of you still doubt me on that?  So we now have an Ebola czar.  There was a clamor for an Ebola czar, and we've got an Ebola czar, and he doesn't know the first thing about medicine or health.  All he knows is fisticuff politics... Ron Klain was in charge of determining who got what in the Porkulus bill.  Ron Klain does political payoffs.  Ron Klain determined which unions got the money and how many shovel-ready jobs and school repairs and road repairs didn't get the money.  He's pure, 100% politics. 

RUSH: I look back on so much, so damn unnecessary.  All because a political calculation was made to not revisit something that had already been determined, that there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.  I swear, I do not understand this.  How can you be a member of the Bush administration and know every day the lies that are being told, the allegations that are being made, the absolute crumbling of the integrity of the institution of the presidency that was undergoing, and not even stand up and defend it. 

RUSH: There is an attitude at the upper levels of the Washington Republican establishment that assumes the country is already lost to the liberals; that the left has won. They've won the culture, and they're winning politics. There's an attitude that the left has won and that we can only occasionally expect to run the government...  And all of it stems -- I'm convinced all of this stems -- from a political decision in 2005 at the White House, from 2003, actually, to 2008, five years, to let this stuff go.

RUSH: I found this at the Federalist. This is a piece by Mollie Hemingway... The woman who heads the office is named Dr. Nicole Lurie, and there's a video attached to this story, and in the video, Dr. Lurie "explains that the responsibilities of her office are 'to help our country prepare for, respond to and recover from public health threats.' She says her major priority is to help the country prepare for emergencies and to 'have the countermeasures -- the medicines or vaccines that people might need to use in a public health emergency.'"


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