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The Democrat Party Uncivil War

(Music: When Johnny Comes Marching Home) RUSH: We'll start today with the Democrats, ladies and gentlemen. There's an uncivil war brewing on the left. On one side, African-Americans. On the other side, Clinton-Americans. And caught in the middle of this, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Clintons, ladies and gentlemen, plain for all to see, will do or say anything to win. But now the question: Will African-Americans take anything? Amazing to watch this, is it not? Clintonistas...

What Would Dr. King Say Today?

RUSH: James in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, welcome, sir, nice to have you with us.CALLER: Hello, Rush. I have a question for you about Martin Luther King.RUSH: Yeah.CALLER: If he were alive today, and assuming -- I guess this question assumes he would vote Democratic -- who do you think he would support for president?RUSH: I haven't the foggiest idea. That's not possible to know. But I can say with relative confidence that if you listen to the things Martin Luther King said, not just in...

de Tocqueville on the Nanny State

RUSH: Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville wrote the book. He passed away 149 years ago. He came to the United States, traveled around, wrote a book. Parts of this book -- well, all of it is amazing, but parts of this book are so prescient. I got this excerpt from the Power Line blog yesterday. He concludes in the book, Democracy in America, "with a warning of the kind of despotism to which democratic societies are usually and especially susceptible. He warns that the passion for equality...

The Era of Reagan Is Not Over

RUSH: Back to the audio sound bites. Newt Gingrich was on This Week with George Stephanopoulos yesterday. Question: "Some of the Republican blogs are actually suggesting that a brokered convention might be the best hope for you," for Newt Gingrich. "They suggest that the Republicans go to the convention brokered they might turn to you."GINGRICH: I think the brokered convention would pick one of the people who had filed for president, but I think the process, after all, it was... You know, Abraham...

The Greatest Rush Monologue Ever?

RUSH: Moscow Mills, Missouri, and Rich. Great to have you, sir. Nice to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.CALLER: Hey, Rush. I bet you never knew there was a Moscow Mills, Missouri, did you?RUSH: You're exactly right.CALLER: I didn't either 'til I bought a house here.RUSH: You bought a house there before you ever moved there and knew it existed?CALLER: I was in California on the Internet and checked prices, et cetera, and this was the best buy, in my opinion.RUSH: Did you have a job there...

Uncivil War: The Sound Bites

RUSH: This is funny, Page Six of the New York Post today is reporting that Obama "claims to run a clean campaign, but someone in his camp took a swipe at Hillary Clinton through the candidate's theme song. As Obama and his wife, Michelle, strolled triumphantly into his victory party in Des Moines, Iowa, on Jan. 3," a song started playing, a song by well-known rapper Jay-Z. The name of the song: 99 Problems. You know what the lyric line is in 99 Problems? "I got 99 problems, but a [b-i-itch]...

Four Great NFL Playoff Games

RUSH: I want to grab a quick phone call here. Simi Valley, California, this is Tony. Tony, thanks for calling. Go ahead and gloat. I know you're calling about the Chargers and how I blew that game.CALLER: Rush, you're right 98.9% of the time. I just want to tell you: you have gone down to 98.7. Remember your comment, "Never bet against the Patriots when they have two weeks to prepare against Jacksonville"? I just want to tell you: "Never bet against the Chargers when they've had a week to...

The Democrat Party Uncivil War

(Music: When Johnny Comes Marching Home) RUSH: We'll start today with the Democrats, ladies and gentlemen. There's an uncivil war brewing on the left. On one side, African-Americans. On the other side, Clinton-Americans. And caught in the middle of this, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Clintons, ladies and gentlemen, plain for all to see, will do or say anything to win. But now the question: Will African-Americans take anything? Amazing to watch this, is it not? Clintonistas...

Rush's Morning Update: History! January 15, 2008

Rush's Morning Update: History!January 15, 2008Watch It! Download Morning Update Video in QuickTimeListen to It! Windows Media Player|RealPlayer In 2001, African-American civil rights icon [and] three-term Atlanta mayor Maynard Jackson ran for head of the Democrat National Committee. But a Clinton henchman, Terry McAuliffe,wanted the gig. So Maynard Jackson was kicked to the curb and humiliated. Heartbroken, he died two years later.In 2002, New York Comptroller Carl McCall-- the first black...

Monday Quotes: America's Real Anchorman

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"Once we get to the states where only Republicans can vote for other Republicans, it will be Thompson, Romney, and Giuliani in the contest.""The government of California wants to take over your thermostat, to be able to regulate the temperature in your house based on what they think it ought to be. You say, 'Oh, Rush, that's never going to happen.' Well, who would've thought that a bunch of dingleberries would ban a lightbulb?""Have...

Stack of Stuff Quick Hits Page

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