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Prediction: What the Drive-Bys Will Do

RUSH: We just got a call -- this is going to be very interesting. I just heard from H.R., and we got a call from a Reuters reporter. About a half hour ago, the Reuters reporter wanted to know, "What is this phony soldiers comment?" At least he called. At least he called. So H.R. said, "Look, I'm in the middle of doing the show now, but you can go to our website, go to RushLimbaugh.com. It's all there. Transcript, video, everything putting the story straight, it's all there." The Reuters...

The Anatomy of a Smear: "Phony Soldiers" Is a Phony Story

RUSH: What? Am I going to apologize? It is I who am owed an apology. Greetings, my friends, and welcome. The Rush Limbaugh program. It's Friday.JOHNNY DONOVAN: Live from the Southern Command in sunny south Florida via New York City, it's Open Line Friday!RUSH: Oh, goody goody gumdrops, yip yip yip yip yip yip yip yahoo. Ladies and gentlemen, one of my favorite days of the week here, not because it's the end of the week, but rather because it's always such an exciting excursion into broadcast...

Outrage Over Drive-By Smear

RUSH: Now to the phones, we go to Atlanta and we start with Ray. You're up first, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Hey, Rush, I'll get right to the point. I don't think that this whole brouhaha, the phony soldier, has really anything to do with that particular soldier. I think it has to do with the fact that they're trying to marginalize you; they're trying to marginalize us as conservatives, because what's coming up in '08? It's game time, baby.RUSH: Exactly. This is the '08 playbook....

The Chickification of the News

RUSH: Chickification of the news. Perfectly good example of it. Wednesday night on the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, she did a report on the evening news, the CBS evening news where they have 22 minutes to do the news of the day, she did a report on the happiness gap.COURIC: It's called the happiness gap, and it's big and getting bigger. In the seventies, women were happier than men. Today, according to two new studies, they're not. Women may be more unhappy these days because they're...

Prediction: What the Drive-Bys Will Do

RUSH: We just got a call -- this is going to be very interesting. I just heard from H.R., and we got a call from a Reuters reporter. About a half hour ago, the Reuters reporter wanted to know, "What is this phony soldiers comment?" At least he called. At least he called. So H.R. said, "Look, I'm in the middle of doing the show now, but you can go to our website, go to RushLimbaugh.com. It's all there. Transcript, video, everything putting the story straight, it's all there." The Reuters...

Did Jimmy Carter Start the War in Iraq?

RUSH: Bob in Voorhees, New Jersey, thank you, sir, for calling. Hello.CALLER: Hello? Bob McGee, yeah, from New Jersey. Yeah, what I want to talk about was who's actually responsible for the Iraq war. It's not -- you know, they keep throwing around President Bush, but actually if you go back to the Carter administration and see where he allowed the Shah of Iran to be deposed, and after he was deposed, to fight the Iranians, he empowered the Shah of Iran, which allowed the radical Muslim factions...

Hitting the Girl (Hillary) a Challenge

RUSH: I went to the Washington Post today and there's a little blog, and it's amazing. They throw Russert under the bus in their analysis, and they claim that Hillary was the most presidential she's ever been, artfully dodging the question but not with a shrill voice. It reminded me of those days, remember how Clinton lied to the press all the time, and they just sat there and marveled at how good he was at it? "Wow, what a great politician. Why, this guy, he lies better than anybody we've ever...

Edwards Politicizes Wife's Cancer Again, Takes Federal Money for Campaign

RUSH: Let's go to the audio sound bites, shall we? Let's start with number seven, Mike. Elizabeth Edwards's new campaign ad. She is discussing her cancer in this ad. It runs about 51 seconds.MRS. EDWARDS: Sometimes we put things off, don't we? We think we have all the time in the world. But we don't. You say you're going to volunteer at the food bank, but maybe I'll do that next week, or my elderly neighbor could use some help, and I'll do that tomorrow. Sometimes we can't wait. The people...

Mrs. Clinton: $5,000 for Every Baby

RUSH: We go to Des Moines, Iowa. This is Richard. Richard, welcome to the EIB Network. It's your turn.CALLER: Hey, mega dittos, Rush.RUSH: Thank you.CALLER: Can I thank you for something first?RUSH: Yeah. By all means, a lot of people do.CALLER: I gotta thank you for your sense of humor. Without it I would never have survived the Clinton years. I would have been distraught the whole time.RUSH: Thank you very much. I was distraught, but I managed to laugh. I figured if I can laugh while...

The Myth of Troops without Armament

RUSH: Beth in Schenectady, New York, welcome to Open Line Friday. Hello.CALLER: Hi. Well, I wanted to mention the Blackwater shooting of civilians. They still need to be brought to justice, and the issue I hear of the upper brass driving around with more armament than the average working soldier over in Iraq?RUSH: Blackwater is an independent security force.CALLER: Right, which means we probably shouldn't have one over there if this is what's happening, right?RUSH: Shouldn't have one?CALLER:...

How Rush Wound Up on Family Guy

RUSH: Sarah, Wilmington, Delaware, you're next on the program. Hello.CALLER: Hi, Rush. How are you?RUSH: Good.CALLER: I was watching Family Guy last Sunday and there was a scene where it sounded like I heard a voice and then I saw your name in the credits and I wanted to know how that came about.RUSH: I was sitting here minding my own business and we got a call from Seth McFarlane, who is the creator of the program. This was back in, gee, I think it was April or May, and he said, "We're working...

Battered Liberals Despondent Over Democrat Abandonment on Iraq

RUSH: There's an interesting column today in the Wall Street Journal, and you can find it at OpinionJournal.com. It's by Frederick Kagan, who is resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, the author most recently of No Middle Way: The Challenge of Exit Strategies from Iraq. The headline of the piece is very interesting: "Why We are Winning Now in Iraq: Anbar's citizens needed protection before they would give their 'hearts and minds,'" and they have done so. It's a long piece and...

Outrage Over Drive-By Smear

RUSH: Now to the phones, we go to Atlanta and we start with Ray. You're up first, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Hey, Rush, I'll get right to the point. I don't think that this whole brouhaha, the phony soldier, has really anything to do with that particular soldier. I think it has to do with the fact that they're trying to marginalize you; they're trying to marginalize us as conservatives, because what's coming up in '08? It's game time, baby.RUSH: Exactly. This is the '08 playbook....

The Anatomy of a Smear: "Phony Soldiers" Is a Phony Story

RUSH: What? Am I going to apologize? It is I who am owed an apology. Greetings, my friends, and welcome. The Rush Limbaugh program. It's Friday.JOHNNY DONOVAN: Live from the Southern Command in sunny south Florida via New York City, it's Open Line Friday!RUSH: Oh, goody goody gumdrops, yip yip yip yip yip yip yip yahoo. Ladies and gentlemen, one of my favorite days of the week here, not because it's the end of the week, but rather because it's always such an exciting excursion into broadcast...

It's Open Line Friday!

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"I do not need lectures from liberals about supporting our troops. It is they who are undermining them every damn day -- and they know it.""Norah O'Donnell asked H.R., 'Would Rush ever do an interview with me?' H.R. said, 'Probably not -- in general, he doesn't do interviews with anybody -- but it would help to have a large audience.' Ha! Way to go, H.R.!""The reason this smear does not work, ladies and gentlemen, is because I...

Stack of Stuff Quick Hits Page

Story #1: Bad News For Dems: We're Winning Now in IraqRUSH: There's an interesting column today in the Wall Street Journal, and you can find it at OpinionJournal.com. It's by Frederick Kagan, who is resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, the author most recently of No Middle Way: The Challenge of Exit Strategies from Iraq. The headline of the piece is very interesting: "Why We are Winning Now in Iraq: Anbar's citizens needed protection before they would give their 'hearts and minds,'"...

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