I’ve often said, “Liberals are liberals first.” Their ideology is more important than anything else. A heartbreaking op-ed in Monday’s New York Times proves the point.
RUSH: We're gonna get to it later on in the program. I'm not gonna lead off with it in terms of actually playing the sound bites. If you haven't heard it by now, just hang in there, be tough, you will, we'll get to it. There are other things that I want to get to. Plus, I know both people involved here. I know Megyn, I know Newt. It makes it tough. I've always said, it's easier when you do not know these people when it comes time to talk about what they're doing or analyze what happens. It's much easier. But I know them both, and so it's tough. I will admit this, it's tough. And, by the way, I have things about both of them that neither would like known, so I'm safe there.
RUSH: There are people who have followed Trump around who claim that they learned something yesterday in this interview that I did that they didn't know about Trump. They convened roundtable discussions on the cable news networks last night to discuss it.
RUSH: Yesterday we had a little treat for you. We had election night coverage 1980 from NBC -- John Chancellor, Tom Brokaw, Judy Woodruff and David Brinkley. We've dug deeper, and we got Bill Moyers from 1980. He was on CBS... The interesting thing about this is it's 1980. What is that, 36 years ago? Is that right? Yeah, 36 years ago. I want you to hear how the characterization of the Republicans has not changed.
RUSH: What's going on here? Is it as I predicted, that as we near the election, the polls will tighten to more accurately reflect reality, because up 'til now, the polls are simply a tool, a weapon to shape public opinion.
RUSH: Every bit of information anybody would need to run as fast as they can away from the Democrat Party is out there.
CALLER: The point is this. In my view the Trump campaign has the biggest ground game in American history, in American political history. They're just not tapping into it. They're forgetting, Trump supporters, they're workers, they're doers. They're worried. They'll do anything it takes to get Trump elected.
RUSH: It's what Daniel Patrick Moynihan used as his example of defining deviancy down. It's when you figure out you can't stop something you don't like from happening, you just legalize it and say it's normal, and you give up. So if you can't stop people robbing 7-Eleven stores you stop making it a crime and call it progress.
RUSH: Everything that he's on record saying indicates single-payer, universal health care provided by government. It is part of the plan and it requires Obamacare to fail.
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