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How Long It Took New Technology to Reach 50% of American Homes

RUSH: Now, as you heard, Heston just read on this program back in 1995 from the prologue of Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park. He has this little passage: "A hundred years ago, we didn't have cars, airplanes, computers, or vaccines." A hundred years. He's right. We didn't have those things, and I mention this because here we are in a so-called recession or on the verge of a so-called recession. We have the most prosperous country in the history of human civilization, and in particular, the last...

1995: Charlton Heston Calls in to Read from Crichton's Jurassic Park

RUSH: Charlton Heston passed away over the weekend, as everybody knows, of complications from Alzheimer's. Again, I was fortunate to be able to get to know Charlton Heston -- actually, because of my friendship with Mr. Buckley. The first time I met Charlton Heston, he had never heard of me. My show was on the air in Los Angeles in 1989 or 1990. National Review did a lot of seminars all over the country and he was a board member of National Review, Mr. Heston was, and I was invited to attend one...

Why Rush Remains Optimistic

RUSH: A friend of mine asked me last night after I said, "Democrats probably going to have 60 seats in the Senate next year. If they don't have 60 seats they're certainly going to get 60 votes with these RINO Republicans we've got in there: Collins and Snowe and take your pick, Lindsey Grahamnesty." "How do you remain so optimistic?""Well, my optimism is based long term. You're always going to lose elections. You're always going to have disappointments. We're always in cycles."We're always...

Mrs. Clinton Caught in Another Lie

RUSH: "During the last five weeks, Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton" has been lying through her teeth, "telling a story about a poor woman who was indigent," who had no health care and basically was homeless, who was pregnant, and went to the hospital. They said, "Sorry, we need a hundred bucks from you." The woman didn't have a hundred bucks. She was turned away. She went home. She gave birth to the baby. The baby died; she died. Mrs. Clinton says, "We need health care insurance!"...

The Rev. Wright Issue Isn't Over

RUSH: Reverend Jeremiah Wright and Obama: There's a story today in the Wall Street Journal: "'Obama May Not Have Fully Contained Damage From Ex-Pastor' -- Sen. Barack Obama's Philadelphia speech on race relations last month seemed to put the controversial remarks of his former pastor behind him. But three weeks later, there is evidence of lingering damage," and not being mentioned by the Drive-Bys. The Drive-Bys are doing just the opposite. The Drive-Bys are running stories saying, "Hey, that...

Libs Blame Limbaugh for Chaos

RUSH: "A Clinton insider who served as ex campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle's executive assistant for several years has set up a new website, http://www.voteboth.com/ and plans to register with the Federal Election Commission today. VoteBoth urges Democrats to support a joint Clinton-Obama ticket. Its creator, Adam Parkhomenko, resigned from the campaign three weeks ago," to set up his own website to end Operation Chaos. Vote for both of them, decide right now that Hillary is the nominee, put...

Lynn, Poisoned by Liberalism

RUSH: Here's Lynn in Lima, Ohio. You're next on the EIB Network. Hello.CALLER: Yeah. Hello, Rush?RUSH: I'm fine. How are you?CALLER: Fine.RUSH: Good.CALLER: I'm just wondering, like, what planet you live on because I'm living down here on planet earth, and just present Republican president's been in office, I've watched this country unravel, like I've never seen.RUSH: It's done just the opposite, Lynn.CALLER: No it hasn't.RUSH: I hate to break it to you, but it's done just the opposite....

McCain Says Obama Is Qualified!

RUSH: Now, this French News Agency story from last Saturday: "McCain Calls for Cooperation Among Democrats, Republicans." Did you see this, Snerdley? By the way, you had your hand up in there a moment ago. What was the question? Hm-hm. Hm-hm. Hm-hm. No, I don't think Democrats are just now discovering the Clintons. They've known who the Clintons are for a long time. They've just been afraid of them. When the Clintons were doing their dirty tricks against us it was all fine, but now the...

20% Odds Hillary Steals Nomination

RUSH: I want to go back to Todd who called from Los Angeles in the last hour. I meant to say during my answer to him about what will happen if the Clintons steal the nomination and get it, he was upset that Fast Eddie Rendell, the governor of Pennsylvania, said, (paraphrasing) "We don't care about the delegate count. We don't care about the popular vote. We don't care about the electoral vote. We're just going to do what we have to do to win. And if we can win no matter how we do it is justified,"...

A Furious Barack Obama Supporter

RUSH: Todd in Los Angeles, I'm glad you waited, sir. Welcome to the EIB Network. You lead us off today.CALLER: Well, thank you, Rush. Rush, I want to first start out by saying, you know, when they talk about talk radio, it's always "Rush Limbaugh" and then all those other wannabes because you are definitely Excellence in Broadcasting. But, Rush, what really got me motivated to call you this morning, when I was listening to -- watching Meet the Press yesterday and I heard Ed Rendell say that...

1995: Charlton Heston Calls in to Read from Crichton's Jurassic Park

RUSH: Charlton Heston passed away over the weekend, as everybody knows, of complications from Alzheimer's. Again, I was fortunate to be able to get to know Charlton Heston -- actually, because of my friendship with Mr. Buckley. The first time I met Charlton Heston, he had never heard of me. My show was on the air in Los Angeles in 1989 or 1990. National Review did a lot of seminars all over the country and he was a board member of National Review, Mr. Heston was, and I was invited to attend one...

How Long It Took New Technology to Reach 50% of American Homes

RUSH: Now, as you heard, Heston just read on this program back in 1995 from the prologue of Michael Crichton's Jurassic Park. He has this little passage: "A hundred years ago, we didn't have cars, airplanes, computers, or vaccines." A hundred years. He's right. We didn't have those things, and I mention this because here we are in a so-called recession or on the verge of a so-called recession. We have the most prosperous country in the history of human civilization, and in particular, the last...

Rush's Opening Monologue: Operation Chaos Inflicts Casualties

RUSH: Operation Chaos continues to inflict casualties, ladies and gentlemen, big time. Rampant confusion, arguments among Hillary and Obama big donors at private cocktail parties on Fifth Avenue in New York, with Howard Dean in the middle of the fight. This happened late last week, Thursday night, at the home of Maureen White and Steve Rattner, who is Little Pinch Sulzberger's best friend. Yeah, greetings, my friends, and welcome, it's Rush Limbaugh. We are here with broadcast excellence for...

Rush's Morning Update: Surprise! April 8, 2008

Rush's Morning Update: Surprise!April 8, 2008Watch It! Download Morning Update Video in QuickTimeListen to It! Windows Media Player|RealPlayer Hey, folks: Ihave three surprising items for you today.First: Curators at the museum of the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Vienna are surprised at the outpouring of anger over a current exhibit. The museum is honoring 80-year-old Austrian artist Alfred Hrdlicka (Herd-licker?): atheist, communist, antiwar activist is whohe is.(Herd-licker?)One of his...

Monday Quotes: Your Conservative Rock

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"There's a twenty percent chance that Hillary will get the nomination because Obama can't close this out -- and the Clintons are the Clintons.""Our country has a better chance of winning in the Middle East than Mrs. Clinton has of winning the Democrat primary, and yet she wants to fight to the end in her campaign, but quit in Iraq.""My optimism is based long term. I mean, you're always going to lose elections. You're always going...

Stack of Stuff Quick Hits Page

Story #1: Liberalism at Work: New Zealand to Tax ButterRUSH: You want to hear how liberalism works incrementally, slowly but surely? This is from New Zealand, a New Zealand newspaper website. "A top public health expert is calling for a health tax on butter, saying it's 'pure, natural poison' and as bad as cigarettes. New Zealanders eat more butter per head than any other nationality and Auckland University epidemiologist Professor Rod Jackson says that's why our cholesterol levels are also...

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