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Doing What She Was Born to Do

RUSH: Jean in Harvard, Illinois, glad you waited. Welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program.CALLER: Hi, Rush.RUSH: Hi.CALLER: Thanks for taking my call. I've been listening to you for just about forever. I first heard you in the barbershop when I was there with one of my kids, and that was before you said that you endorsed Clinton. RUSH: So that's a little bit before 1992. CALLER: Yeah. Anyway, I'm 54 years old. I got married in '74, got my bachelor in science in nursing in '75, and I worked...

Watch Out for the Arousal Gap

RUSH: Rhonda from Edenton, North Carolina, been waiting a long time, and I appreciate that. Hi, Rhonda.CALLER: Hi, Rush, what an honor to talk to you.RUSH: Thank you very much.CALLER: Mega traditional Republican dittos.RUSH: (laughter) CALLER: I was calling about that call yesterday about the TV conservative. I was quite upset yesterday, but I must admit that Romney's victory toned me down quite a bit. RUSH: The tunnel vision guy, right?CALLER: Yes, yes, because he said he was just so...

The GOP's Moderate "Modernizers" Prop Up McCain, Hate Mitt Romney

RUSH: As you know, ladies and gentlemen, the past couple of days here on the Rush Limbaugh program and the EIB Network, we have been discussing the era of Reagan theoretically being over, and conservatism thus being over, and, if you have listened, of course, you know my position on how absurd that is. And yet, there continues to be discussion among so-called conservatives about modernizing the Republican Party. Latest example, David Brooks, who used to work with Bill Kristol at the Weekly Standard...

Caller's Wife Has Crush on Obama

RUSH: We have David on the phone from Columbia, South Carolina. Great that you waited, sir. Thank you.CALLER: Hey, Rush. How you doing?RUSH: Just fine, sir. Thank you.CALLER: Hey, I had a question. I'm a black Republican. I'm not too conservative, but fairly conservative. My wife, very liberal, and she is a big Obama supporter, and we get into this big conversation all the time, and I wanted to get your opinion on something. I wanted to ask you if you think that the media's infatuation...

Romney Speech Sound Familiar?

RUSH: Let's listen a little bit to Romney's acceptance speech.ROMNEY: Tonight is a victory for optimism over Washington-style pessimism. (applause) What we're going to see in the next few days is Democrats say that they're the party of change. (grumbling) You're going to hear Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John Edwards, saying that they're the party of change, and I think they would bring change to America, just not the kind we want. You see, I think they take their inspiration from the Europe...

A Short Lesson on CAFE Standards

RUSH: Martin in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Speaking of the devil, welcome to the EIB Network, sir. It's great to have you here.CALLER: Hey, Rush, mega dittos.RUSH: Thank you.CALLER: I was curious about your opinion on... I kind of find it to be like non-conservative, really, for a couple of the Republicans, you know, are -- are running about Michigan's one state recession and what they're going to do to fix it, too, but to me that goes right against conservative principles as far as, you know, small...

Democrats Hold Rotten, Boring Debate

RUSH: Well, there was a Democrat debate last night. It was out in Las Vegas. It was on PMSNBC, and it was bad. It was rotten. Mrs. Clinton was back to looking like Nurse Ratched. All of these people looked as bored as they can be. It was a 90-minute debate. It felt like 90 years, and it was amazing to watch. These Democrats sat there and explained in great detail -- either with their stimulus package or what they're going to do to save the subprime market -- how they were going to ruin the United...

Mrs. Clinton Proposes "Stimulus"

RUSH: Last night in the Democrat debate -- and I haven't had a chance to read in detail the audio sound bite roster, we might have some sound bites of the debate last night -- but I've gotta tell you, folks, it was so boring, and it dragged on so long. It was funereal. It just was. The lighting was horrible, it was so bad, it was good. One of the things they kept talking about, they got into arguments about the stimulus package, gotta stimulate the economy. "Hell, yes, Limbaugh, we're going...

Drive-Bys (and Some on Our Side) Despise Michigan Primary Results

RUSH: Boy, the Drive-Bys are beside themselves with the results of the Michigan primary last night. They cannot get it through their heads, they're just skunked that Republicans actually voted against McCain. They cannot believe it, and so now it's time to trash Republicans. I don't care what anybody wants to say, Mitt Romney is now the front-runner. That may not last because this is a very, very fluid situation. But here you have McCain, who lost, and nobody's out saying, "Why, he's gotta...

Rush's Morning Update: Answer! January 17, 2008

Rush's Morning Update: Answer!January 17, 2008Watch It! Download Morning Update Video in QuickTimeListen to It! Windows Media Player|RealPlayer You know, folks, I routinely get calls from listeners trying to understand how seasoned citizens-- their parents or grandparents-- can continue to vote for liberals while leading their lives as conservatives.They want to know how the generation that espoused fiscal responsibility can vote for tax-and-spend liberals; how the generation of "self-reliance"...

Wednesday Quotes: The Man Who Runs America

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"Mrs. Clinton says Dr. King wouldn't have gotten anything done if it weren't for LBJ. Well, then why isn't LBJ Day a national holiday?""Press release: 'Hillary Clinton, joined by New Jersey governor John Corzine and Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm, will discuss solutions for the American economy.' Absurd! She's going to discuss how to improve the economy with two governors whose states are fiscal basket cases?" "I want some...

Stack of Stuff Quick Hits Page

Story #1: Brain Change Makes Elderly Vulnerable to FraudRUSH: This is from Reuters: "Some elderly adults may be more susceptible to fraud because of changes in their brain that affect judgment and decision-making, researchers said on Tuesday. In a series of tests they tried to identify common traits among seniors who had difficulty making decisions and spotting anything misleading to determine what makes them vulnerable to deception. 'Our research suggests that elders who fall prey to fraudulent...


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