RUSH: This is Virginia in Greenwood, Indiana. Nice to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. How are you?
RUSH: Good, thank you.
CALLER: Mega dittos from Greenwood, Indiana. My dad and I are both longtime listeners, and I'm so excited to talk to you.
RUSH: Appreciate that.
CALLER: My six-year-old, I've already indoctrinated him. He loves your show. Every day he comes home from kindergarten and listens to you.
RUSH: Appreciate that. We don't call it indoctrination. We call it enlightenment, education.
CALLER: That's true. That's absolutely true. And I have a seven-month-old little girl and she will be listening with me also in a few years.
CALLER: Great, and I just want you to know that I have my marching orders for tomorrow and will be at the polls nice and early and no one will deter us.
RUSH: I appreciate that, and your courage is infectious.
CALLER: Thank you.
RUSH: I hope your courage is felt by other operatives of Operation Chaos, listening to your phone call even as we speak.
CALLER: Yes, absolutely.
RUSH: Why are you going to go early?
CALLER: Well, it just gets my day going and I'll be able to bring my son with me and I'll show him the election process and we'll just get out there and get it done early.
RUSH: I would actually suggest that you go in the middle of the day.
CALLER: I did hear you. I did hear your thoughts on that.
RUSH: Yeah, it's something to consider. Of course, it's up to you, and your admitted courage probably can overcome any of the obstacles the Democrats throw at you at the polls.
CALLER: I was also thinking of putting a little T-shirt on my seven-month-old, a little Operation Chaos T-shirt.
RUSH: Oh, by all means. By all means. (laughing) Excellent.
RUSH: It's great to hear from volunteers who happily and eagerly are willing to follow orders. Thank you, Virginia.