RUSH: Here's Mrs. Clinton. This is Monday night in San Antonio. Speaks for itself.
HILLARY: Granted, I am a little older. I have earned every wrinkle on my face, and I feel just as energized by what we're going to do in this election as I did back then!
RUSH: Back when? I could take that as a personal response to me, because I raised the question, "Do people want to watch a woman age daily in the Oval Office?"
RUSH: Mrs. Clinton this morning, CBS' The Early Show, Harry Smith said, "We talked to a lot of people in Ohio, said there really isn't that significant a difference between you and Obama. We'd like to see you both on the ticket."
HILLARY: Well, that may, you know, be where this is headed, but of course we have to decide who's on the top of the ticket. And I think that the people of Ohio very clearly said that it should be me. And, after all, no one in recent history has won the presidency who did not win their party's primary in Ohio, Harry.
RUSH: Oh, I love this. So Mrs. Clinton, who really did not have a significant delegate gain last night, all of you who are worried about what happened yesterday, don't be. She did not have a significant delegate gain because while she won the Texas primary, she lost the Texas caucuses. Obama won the caucuses, and the delegates he got in the caucuses in Texas wiped out whatever delegate gain Hillary got in Ohio, so it was close to a wash. But now she said, "Hey, look, I won Ohio; I should be the nominee." Well, do you think that will fly at Obama headquarters? (laughing)