RUSH: Andrew in Mountlake Terrace, Washington. Hi.
CALLER: Hi, Rush, how's it going?
RUSH: Good. Fine. Thank you.
CALLER: I'm calling today to talk about Congressman Ron Paul, and I think that he is probably one of the more conservative candidates running for president, and I think that you should talk about him more on your radio show.
RUSH: I should talk about Ron Paul more?
RUSH: Okay. Well, it's Open Line Friday, so I'll take that under advisement. I appreciate it. You're a Ron Paul acolyte?
CALLER: Well, I'm an 18-year-old now, in Mount Terrace, Washington, and I've been following the 2008 election.
CALLER: And, I don't know, I think that he's... Sorry if I seem a little nervous. It's my first time calling you.
RUSH: I understand that. I've been a first-time caller, too, many years ago. I know how nervous it is. We don't have much time here to talk about Ron Paul because the time is dwindling. Let's see, I have seven seconds, six seconds. What can I say? Uh... Ron Paul. Republican candidate for president, Ron Paul.