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The Heat Turns Up on Gov. Huckabee

RUSH: Harry in Naples, Florida. Hello, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Helloooo?RUSH: Hi, Harry.CALLER: Yes. Hi. Thanks for taking my call.RUSH: You bet.CALLER: I'm about a 20-year-listener. Basically, my concern as a staunch Republican is that Huckabee has no chance of being elected in the general election because he is a Southern Baptist. Not so much the slavery issue, naturally, which went from 1845 to 1968 when finally the Southern Baptists agreed to repent on the slavery but it's...

Run the Numbers: After the Bush Tax Cuts, the Rich Pay More Taxes

RUSH: Remember we ended the program yesterday with a story about a journalist professor, journalism professor now teaching at the journalism school at the University of Georgia. He's a former reporter or journalist or something, and he wrote this piece in the Atlanta Urinal and Constipation, and he said the mainstream press, the Drive-Bys, have gotta start regulating blogs and talk radio and some of these other newfangled YouTubes, New Media, because it's unregulated and it's uncensored, and it's...

The Heat Turns Up on Gov. Huckabee

RUSH: Harry in Naples, Florida. Hello, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Helloooo?RUSH: Hi, Harry.CALLER: Yes. Hi. Thanks for taking my call.RUSH: You bet.CALLER: I'm about a 20-year-listener. Basically, my concern as a staunch Republican is that Huckabee has no chance of being elected in the general election because he is a Southern Baptist. Not so much the slavery issue, naturally, which went from 1845 to 1968 when finally the Southern Baptists agreed to repent on the slavery but it's...

Run the Numbers: After the Bush Tax Cuts, the Rich Pay More Taxes

RUSH: Remember we ended the program yesterday with a story about a journalist professor, journalism professor now teaching at the journalism school at the University of Georgia. He's a former reporter or journalist or something, and he wrote this piece in the Atlanta Urinal and Constipation, and he said the mainstream press, the Drive-Bys, have gotta start regulating blogs and talk radio and some of these other newfangled YouTubes, New Media, because it's unregulated and it's uncensored, and it's...

Predictable Drive-By Reaction to Rush Monologue on Aging Hillary

RUSH: Bill Clinton said the most amazing things about what the first thing Hillary will do. She didn't say what the first thing she will do. He did. He said the first thing that Hillary would do would be to dispatch him and Bush 41 around the world. Get the quote. (Clinton impression) "Well, the first thing she intends to do -- because she can do this without passing a bill, the first thing she intends to do -- is send me and former President Bush and a number of other people around the world and...

The Heat Turns Up on the Huckster

RUSH: Harry in Naples, Florida. Hello, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Helloooo?RUSH: Hi, Harry.CALLER: Yes. Hi. Thanks for taking my call.RUSH: You bet.CALLER: I'm about a 20-year-listener. Basically, my concern as a staunch Republican is that Huckabee has no chance of being elected in the general election because he is a Southern Baptist. Not so much the slavery issue, naturally, which went from 1845 to 1968 when finally the Southern Baptists agreed to repent on the slavery but it's...

Run the Numbers: After the Bush Tax Cuts, the Rich Pay More Taxes

RUSH: Remember we ended the program yesterday with a story about a journalist professor, journalism professor now teaching at the journalism school at the University of Georgia. He's a former reporter or journalist or something, and he wrote this piece in the Atlanta Urinal and Constipation, and he said the mainstream press, the Drive-Bys, have gotta start regulating blogs and talk radio and some of these other newfangled YouTubes, New Media, because it's unregulated and it's uncensored, and it's...

Predictable Drive-By Reaction to Rush Monologue on Aging Hillary

RUSH: Bill Clinton said the most amazing things about what the first thing Hillary will do. She didn't say what the first thing she will do. He did. He said the first thing that Hillary would do would be to dispatch him and Bush 41 around the world. Get the quote. (Clinton impression) "Well, the first thing she intends to do -- because she can do this without passing a bill, the first thing she intends to do -- is send me and former President Bush and a number of other people around the world and...

The Heat Turns Up on the Huckster

RUSH: Harry in Naples, Florida. Hello, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Helloooo?RUSH: Hi, Harry.CALLER: Yes. Hi. Thanks for taking my call.RUSH: You bet.CALLER: I'm about a 20-year-listener. Basically, my concern as a staunch Republican is that Huckabee has no chance of being elected in the general election because he is a Southern Baptist. Not so much the slavery issue, naturally, which went from 1845 to 1968 when finally the Southern Baptists agreed to repent on the slavery but it's...

Run the Numbers: After the Bush Tax Cuts, the Rich Pay More Taxes

RUSH: Remember we ended the program yesterday with a story about a journalist professor, journalism professor now teaching at the journalism school at the University of Georgia. He's a former reporter or journalist or something, and he wrote this piece in the Atlanta Urinal and Constipation, and he said the mainstream press, the Drive-Bys, have gotta start regulating blogs and talk radio and some of these other newfangled YouTubes, New Media, because it's unregulated and it's uncensored, and it's...

Predictable Drive-By Reaction to Rush Monologue on Aging Hillary

RUSH: Bill Clinton said the most amazing things about what the first thing Hillary will do. She didn't say what the first thing she will do. He did. He said the first thing that Hillary would do would be to dispatch him and Bush 41 around the world. Get the quote. (Clinton impression) "Well, the first thing she intends to do -- because she can do this without passing a bill, the first thing she intends to do -- is send me and former President Bush and a number of other people around the world and...

The Heat Turns Up on Gov. Huckabee

RUSH: Harry in Naples, Florida. Hello, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Helloooo?RUSH: Hi, Harry.CALLER: Yes. Hi. Thanks for taking my call.RUSH: You bet.CALLER: I'm about a 20-year-listener. Basically, my concern as a staunch Republican is that Huckabee has no chance of being elected in the general election because he is a Southern Baptist. Not so much the slavery issue, naturally, which went from 1845 to 1968 when finally the Southern Baptists agreed to repent on the slavery but it's...

Run the Numbers: After the Bush Tax Cuts, the Rich Pay More Taxes

RUSH: Remember we ended the program yesterday with a story about a journalist professor, journalism professor now teaching at the journalism school at the University of Georgia. He's a former reporter or journalist or something, and he wrote this piece in the Atlanta Urinal and Constipation, and he said the mainstream press, the Drive-Bys, have gotta start regulating blogs and talk radio and some of these other newfangled YouTubes, New Media, because it's unregulated and it's uncensored, and it's...

Predictable Drive-By Reaction to Rush Monologue on Aging Hillary

RUSH: Bill Clinton said the most amazing things about what the first thing Hillary will do. She didn't say what the first thing she will do. He did. He said the first thing that Hillary would do would be to dispatch him and Bush 41 around the world. Get the quote. (Clinton impression) "Well, the first thing she intends to do -- because she can do this without passing a bill, the first thing she intends to do -- is send me and former President Bush and a number of other people around the world and...

Huckabee Christmas Ad Hubbub

RUSH: Mike Huckabee's "floating cross" ad. The Drive-Bys are going bonkers over Huckabee's latest ad in Iowa and New Hampshire.HUCKABEE: Are you about worn out of all the television commercials you've been seeing -- mostly about politics? I don't blame you. At this time of year, sometimes it's nice to pull aside from all of that and just remember that what really matters is the celebration of the birth of Christ and being with our family and our friends. I hope you and your family will have a...

All the Latest from Clinton, Inc.

RUSH: Since the beginning of the program, I'm trying to stop this program from being "all Clinton, all the time." It's hard not to. The Drive-Bys are so obsessed with how she's doing as her husband won't shut up. The guy is out there... I don't know if you heard this. Bill Clinton said the first thing Hillary would do -- he said the first thing she would do after being elected -- would be send him and Bush's dad around the world to repair the damage that Bush's presidency has caused to make...

How Baby Boomers Were Spoiled

RUSH: Here's Ron in Sterling, Virginia. You're next, sir. Welcome to the EIB Network.CALLER: Hello, Rush.RUSH: Yes, sir.CALLER: Earlier you had said that you were an esteemed observer of culture?RUSH: Yes, sir.CALLER: Tom Brokaw has a new book out about the sixties generation -- RUSH: Yeah?CALLER: -- and his prior book was The Greatest Generation.RUSH: Yeah?CALLER: My question for you is: How did the greatest generation produce in their children the sixties generation?RUSH: Oh, that's...

The Heat Turns Up on the Gov. Huckabee

RUSH: Harry in Naples, Florida. Hello, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Helloooo?RUSH: Hi, Harry.CALLER: Yes. Hi. Thanks for taking my call.RUSH: You bet.CALLER: I'm about a 20-year-listener. Basically, my concern as a staunch Republican is that Huckabee has no chance of being elected in the general election because he is a Southern Baptist. Not so much the slavery issue, naturally, which went from 1845 to 1968 when finally the Southern Baptists agreed to repent on the slavery but it's...

Where Are All the Kids Mrs. Clinton Has Saved in Her 35-Year Career?

RUSH: "Living in severely disadvantaged neighborhoods has a profound and lasting negative impact on children's verbal language skills, according to research published today." (New Castrati impression), "'This is important,'" Mr. Limbaugh, "'because language skills are a proven indicator of success later in life,' said study investigator Robert J. Sampson of Harvard... 'What is surprising,' he added, 'is the durability of the effect, continuing even when the child moves out of the neighborhood,'...

Did Liberals Lose Budget Battle?

RUSH: Dennis in Glenrock, Wyoming, you're first on the phones today. It's great to have you with us, and welcome.CALLER: Well, thank you. This is an honor for me.RUSH: Thank you, sir.CALLER: I'm a first-time caller. I'm a dittohead. I'm a Hannity & Colmes, Fox listener. I'm a free thinker, and I am totally outraged. I've already called my senators. This budget bill that got passed in the House, these people who tell me they're for the little guy when the Woodstock museum is still in this...

Predictable Drive-By Reaction to Rush Monologue on Aging Hillary

RUSH: Bill Clinton said the most amazing things about what the first thing Hillary will do. She didn't say what the first thing she will do. He did. He said the first thing that Hillary would do would be to dispatch him and Bush 41 around the world. Get the quote. (Clinton impression) "Well, the first thing she intends to do -- because she can do this without passing a bill, the first thing she intends to do -- is send me and former President Bush and a number of other people around the world and...

Coached Dingy Harry Won't Let Go

RUSH: Yesterday in Las Vegas, KXNT's Morning Source radio show, Alan Stock is the host of the program, and he talked to Dingy Harry. He said, "You and the 40 Democrat senators that signed that letter that Rush auctioned off a few months ago, why didn't you folks help contribute another $2.1 million, as Rush doubled that money?" That's what he wanted to know: How come you didn't match, Dingy Harry? How come you didn't participate? Why didn't you match the funds that Rush put into that particular...

Run the Numbers: After the Bush Tax Cuts, the Rich Pay More Taxes

RUSH: Remember we ended the program yesterday with a story about a journalist professor, journalism professor now teaching at the journalism school at the University of Georgia. He's a former reporter or journalist or something, and he wrote this piece in the Atlanta Urinal and Constipation, and he said the mainstream press, the Drive-Bys, have gotta start regulating blogs and talk radio and some of these other newfangled YouTubes, New Media, because it's unregulated and it's uncensored, and it's...

Rush's Morning Update: The Vision Thing December 19, 2007

Rush's Morning Update: The Vision ThingDecember 19, 2007Watch It! Download Morning Update Video in QuickTimeListen to It! Windows Media Player|RealPlayer All right, folks: Hold onto your wallets. The Government Accountability Office, the GAO, estimates that entitlement programs are running a long-term "shortfall" of... $45 trillion. That's the difference between what the government expects to take inand what it has promised to shell out over the next 75 years in Social Security, Medicare,...

Tuesday Quotes: An Army of One

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"Harry Reid is so bad and so incompetent, we need him to stay in the Senate. I'm thinking of actually donating to his campaign in 2010. I really am.""Isn't it great? I have learned how to play these people in the Drive-By Media like a Stradivarius violin, ladies and gentlemen. It's one of the greatest achievements of my stellar broadcast career." "I never said I want more kids named after me! I mean, I'm honored when people name...

The Heat Turns Up on Gov. Huckabee

RUSH: Harry in Naples, Florida. Hello, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Helloooo?RUSH: Hi, Harry.CALLER: Yes. Hi. Thanks for taking my call.RUSH: You bet.CALLER: I'm about a 20-year-listener. Basically, my concern as a staunch Republican is that Huckabee has no chance of being elected in the general election because he is a Southern Baptist. Not so much the slavery issue, naturally, which went from 1845 to 1968 when finally the Southern Baptists agreed to repent on the slavery but it's...

Run the Numbers: After the Bush Tax Cuts, the Rich Pay More Taxes

RUSH: Remember we ended the program yesterday with a story about a journalist professor, journalism professor now teaching at the journalism school at the University of Georgia. He's a former reporter or journalist or something, and he wrote this piece in the Atlanta Urinal and Constipation, and he said the mainstream press, the Drive-Bys, have gotta start regulating blogs and talk radio and some of these other newfangled YouTubes, New Media, because it's unregulated and it's uncensored, and it's...

Predictable Drive-By Reaction to Rush Monologue on Aging Hillary

RUSH: Bill Clinton said the most amazing things about what the first thing Hillary will do. She didn't say what the first thing she will do. He did. He said the first thing that Hillary would do would be to dispatch him and Bush 41 around the world. Get the quote. (Clinton impression) "Well, the first thing she intends to do -- because she can do this without passing a bill, the first thing she intends to do -- is send me and former President Bush and a number of other people around the world and...

Stack of Stuff Quick Hits Page

Story #1: It's Not True! No Crumbcrunchers in Rush's FutureRUSH: Listen to this. It's a story about how baby names reveal cultural trends, and it is by Meredith Carroll, who writes for the Aspen Times in Aspen, Colorado. "BabyCenter.com released its annual Top Baby Names List on Thursday." This is actually from three days ago. We're just now hearing about it. It takes the Aspen Times awhile to get out of Aspen. "There were few surprises among the most popular names, with mainstays like Jacob,...

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