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The Libby Trial: A Gigantic Travesty

RUSH: This Libby trial, when this is all over and when people are free to speak about this, I hope the country is made aware -- I'll do my part -- of what a total travesty this whole thing is. This has never been about Valerie Plame. If it were about Valerie Plame and her covert or not covert -- in fact, the judge told the jury twice, “I don't know what her status was and we're not going to learn it in this trial because it doesn't matter.” He told the jury they're not going to learn...

Iraq Soldier: Drive-By Media Keeps Scoreboard for Enemy

RUSH: This is Blaine in La Grande, Oregon. Hi, Blaine. Nice to have you with us.CALLER: Hey, Rush. Hey, thanks a lot for all that you do, and especially the podcast that you provide us so we can listen to all three hours of your programming and listen to it at our leisure rather than have to --RUSH: By the way, I need to interrupt you for a minute on this.CALLER: Sure.RUSH: If you'll permit me. It will not take away from your precious call time.CALLER: Roger that.RUSH: But your mentioning...

Dick Cheney Is My Hero

RUSH: My hero, Dick Cheney, is back. The highest levels of the administration are not backing down. He was on Good Morning America today from Sydney, Australia. Correspondent Jonathan Karl again talking to him. Question: “The speaker of the House was so upset about your comment that she called the White House to complain.” But Cheney did not back down.CHENEY: I'm not sure what part of it is that Nancy disagreed with. She accused me of questioning her patriotism. I didn't question her...

Dick Cheney Is My Hero

RUSH: My hero, Dick Cheney, is back. The highest levels of the administration are not backing down. He was on Good Morning America today from Sydney, Australia. Correspondent Jonathan Karl again talking to him. Question: ?The speaker of the House was so upset about your comment that she called the White House to complain.? But Cheney did not back down.
CHENEY: I'm not sure what part of it is that Nancy disagreed with. She accused me of questioning her patriotism. I didn't question her...

It's Open Line Friday!

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"If any of you in this audience are going to believe this global warming stuff, I want you to leave this show. I can't deal with this. I don't want you here."
"Have you heard about this island the Iranians plan on building that is going to be man-free so Muslim women can do what they want to do without any men around? The question is, how are the light bulbs going to get changed and the lawns mowed?"
"So the Senate Democrats...

Rush & Pelosi's Pantsuits?

RUSH: Last night on CNN's Paula Zahn Now they were talking about hip-hop, the music, the culture, and the lyrics. Somehow my name came up in this discussion. The guest was somebody named Cliff Schecter, an expert. Never heard of him. He's from AmericaBlog.com, and this is what he said.
SCHECTER: There's misogyny throughout our culture. We just elected a new speaker of the House and Nancy Pelosi is a woman and all we heard all week were on her pantsuits, what this one looked like, what that...

Joe Lieberman: Most Powerful Man in the Senate

I said yesterday that Mitch McConnell is the most powerful man in the Senate. Oh, by the way, this is big news, and I forget it to mention this, Tom Vilsack, the governor of Iowa, has announced that he is dropping out of the Democratic presidential sweepstakes for this year. I had forgotten he got in. When I saw the story, I thought first, when did he get in? So Vilsack's gone. I wanted to make sure we keep you informed, the cutting edge of the latest political news.
So I said yesterday...

Iraq Soldier: Drive-By Media Keeps Scoreboard for Enemy

RUSH: This is Blaine in La Grande, Oregon. Hi, Blaine. Nice to have you with us.CALLER: Hey, Rush. Hey, thanks a lot for all that you do, and especially the podcast that you provide us so we can listen to all three hours of your programming and listen to it at our leisure rather than have to --RUSH: By the way, I need to interrupt you for a minute on this.CALLER: Sure.RUSH: If you'll permit me. It will not take away from your precious call time.CALLER: Roger that.RUSH: But your mentioning...

Media Lauds Clinton's Wealth, Excoriated Reagan

RUSH: The Washington Post is going gaga today. Well, actually, in a way, going gaga, but not all the way. I printed this story out on my computer. Seven pages when you print this story out! You know what the headline is? "For Clinton, New Wealth in Speeches." Seven pages to tell us how rich Bill Clinton is. The story says that in six years, Bill Clinton has raked in nearly $40 million in speech fees. ?Former president Bill Clinton, who came to the White House with modest means and left deeply...

Caller: They DO Offer Gas Discounts

RUSH: Monroe, Michigan, and Laurie. Laurie, did you call us earlier and we didn't get to you and you got back through today? Is that how this happened?
CALLER: Yeah, yeah, I called you on Wednesday, and first I have to say, mega dittos, Rush! It's so exciting to say that. I used to think you were this huge windbag until my neighbor influenced me to listen to you, and I was converted September 2004 to hard-core conservatism.
RUSH: Well, thank you. Welcome home. I have to ask, though.
CALLER:...

It's Too Early to Pick a Candidate

Steve in Schenectady, New York, you're next on the EIB Network, sir. Hello.
CALLER: Hey, how you doing, Rush?
RUSH: Hey.
CALLER: I'd like to hear more about Sam Brownback, Senator Sam Brownback. Right now it seems like he's the only person I could possibly vote for and I just don't hear enough about him.
RUSH: I'm confused, if you don't know enough about him, how do you know enough to vote for him?
CALLER: Well, I know that he stands for all the important things that I care...

The Maha Rushie's Legacy Plans

RUSH: Here's Laura in Erie, Pennsylvania. Hi, Laura. Welcome to the program.
CALLER: Oh, hi, Rush. Thank you for everything you do.
RUSH: Thank you.
CALLER: Especially keeping the morale of our troops and our heroes across the world very high. Thank you for that.
RUSH: Thank you very much for calling. I appreciate your comments.
CALLER: Well, and is it true that you have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize?
RUSH: Yes, I have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize....

IKEA, Lightbulbs, Algore & Laurie David

RUSH: Those of you who shop at IKEA, this is unbelievable. Swedish retailer IKEA has targeted you consumers in America because you are stupid. You need to be reeducated. IKEA provides 70 million plastic bags every year to its US shoppers for free. In other words, you go into an IKEA store, you buy what you buy, and they put 'em in these plastic bags. You don't take the bags in there. They're in there when you go, and they put the stuff you buy in the bags that they provide. But now IKEA is...

Dick Cheney Is My Hero

RUSH: My hero, Dick Cheney, is back. The highest levels of the administration are not backing down. He was on Good Morning America today from Sydney, Australia. Correspondent Jonathan Karl again talking to him. Question: ?The speaker of the House was so upset about your comment that she called the White House to complain.? But Cheney did not back down.
CHENEY: I'm not sure what part of it is that Nancy disagreed with. She accused me of questioning her patriotism. I didn't question her...

The Libby Trial: A Gigantic Travesty

RUSH: This Libby trial, when this is all over and when people are free to speak about this, I hope the country is made aware -- I'll do my part -- of what a total travesty this whole thing is. This has never been about Valerie Plame. If it were about Valerie Plame and her covert or not covert -- in fact, the judge told the jury twice, ?I don't know what her status was and we're not going to learn it in this trial because it doesn't matter.? He told the jury they're not going to learn what her...

Meetings Make Us Dumber, Less Creative

RUSH: I continue to marvel, even though I'm 56 years old and I have a lot of life experiences documenting my instincts are right on the money, I continue to marvel when my instincts continue to be validated. I have long said that the worst thing in life is meetings. Meetings get nothing done. Well, I mean they may get something done, but they stifle creativity. They stifle spontaneity. I don't mean this to be critical of anything. I did my award-winning -- well, it should have won an award,...

Democrats Own Defeat, Part Two

RUSH: Here's Jay in Stillwater, Maine. Welcome to the program.
CALLER: Mega dittos, O magnificent Maha Rushie from the great state of Maine.
RUSH: Thank you, sir.
CALLER: I was listening to yesterday's show and a thought occurred to me. I'm wondering if your profit center has any plans to patent some of these terrific tag lines you've come up with. I mean, you know, the ownership of defeat, I'm just waiting for that to be part of mainstream vernacular here in conservative blogs and...

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