Democrats aren’t the least bit worried about the Ebola virus. What they’re really worried about is the politics of it. You want some proof? A piece in the Washington Post tries to explain, “Why Democrats Are Sounding Like Republicans on Ebola and the GOP Is Moving into Overdrive.”
RUSH: As you know, there is, and has been for quite a while, a ban on this program of anything having to do with MSNBC. They used to be featured frequently here by way of audio sound bites. Some of the inane, insane, ridiculous things that were said on that network were quite entertaining... But today, something happened on that network that you have hear.
RUSH: There is no confidence that the people in charge are qualified to deal with legitimate crises. There is no confidence in the leadership. That's what has happened. Now, you and I have known this has been the case from day one. It's only started to dawn on some people now because of the nature of their bias and their partisanship. But I think this is spreading all across the country now, and it's across partisan lines.
RUSH: From Breitbart: "Despite no official action from the president ahead of the election, the Obama administration has quietly begun preparing to issue millions of work authorization permits, suggesting the implementation of a large-scale executive amnesty may have already begun." Now, this is not a surprise. You've all known this was coming... Mr. Snerdley's in there smiling and nodding his head because we've seen this before. I take you back to June 23rd of this year. Let me read to you excerpts from our Morning Update, a commentary that runs on EIB affiliates every morning.
RUSH: I do everything on this program from the bottom of my heart. But my success -- 25 years -- my success is not determined by who wins and loses elections. I don't control campaigns. I don't control candidates. I don't control who gets the nomination, and I don't control those people. They win and they lose, and they come and they go. Why would I tie my success to any of them? I do this program for you, the audience. It is to you and your service that I do this every day.
RUSH: I don't feel sorry for myself. I'm simply pointing out how I'm in the middle here, and, no matter what, I'm gonna have critics -- which tells me I'm doing something right.
CALLER: No, you're not!
RUSH: Yes, I am!
RUSH: Essentially, what they want their audience to think is what I'm saying is accusing Obama of thinking since Africans have Ebola, that we should get it. That's what they're attempting to do. It is a half-baked, not-even-good attempt to smear me, but, nevertheless, it's the latest one.
RUSH: What does he think of the way Obama's dealing with ISIS? What does he think of the way Obama's dealing with the Syria situation? What does he think about the way Obama's dealing with Iran? Because General Powell told us he was eminently qualified.
RUSH: Don't you kind of think that people running this show don't know what they're talking about?
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