RUSH: Dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut. Feminist Update time, ladies and gentlemen. Lots of feminists in Sacramento, most of them listening to this show on KFBK, as they always have. They never left to the lib talker.
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The Forester Sisters. That's actual audio of a pro-choice rally with a bunch of feminazis on the Capitol steps back in the early 1990s. We did speed it up. They don't sound like chipmunks normally. Only when they're mad. And this was on the Capitol steps a long, long time ago. Here's the story by David Crary from the Associated Press: "No constituency is more eager to see a woman win the presidency than America's feminists, yet -- despite Hillary Rodham Clinton's historic candidacy -- the women's movement finds itself wrenchingly divided over the Democratic race as it heads toward the finish." Now, the last we heard, the official membership in the women's movement as defined by the NAGs' membership was about 200,000. So 200,000 women gnashing their whatevers over the Hillary Clinton candidacy said now to represent all of America's feminists. "At breakfast forums, in op-ed columns, across the blogosphere, the debate has been heartfelt and sometimes bitter. Are the activist women supporting front-runner Barack Obama betraying their gender? Are Clinton's feminist backers mired in an outdated, women's-liberation mind-set?" It goes on with inane, formulaic questions like this. The premise here is only a woman can represent women, and if a woman doesn't vote for a woman, then she's a traitor to the sisterhood. The Balkanization of our society, and you can lay it right at the feet of liberals.
Having said all this, I want to reprise something, ladies and gentlemen, that came up last week, because I know how women feel about this campaign. We've been chronicling it; we've been talking about it on this program. We know that there are women out there who have been with Hillary for years and they're middle-aged and this is the last chance they'll ever have to see a female president in their lifetimes. And they just don't get it. They don't understand how the Democrat Party could just so easily cast aside this hardworking woman who's given up everything in her own life, given up her future to serve her country and her party and she's being cast aside by some rookie who's been in the Senate a year and a half? Who's got this kook for a pastor and runs around with anti-American protesters and terrorists. They don't understand it. I know that many of you loyal Democrat women are stunned. You're watching the male dominated Drive-By Media gang up on Hillary, who last week they even changed the narrative on you. The original narrative was, Hillary wins Pennsylvania, Obama wins North Carolina, Indiana the tiebreaker. They changed the scenario. They changed the scenario. Now North Carolina was the tiebreaker, according to the Drive-By Media.
So here we are with neither candidate with enough delegates to openly win the nomination, and the drive pundits, largely men, are calling on Hillary to do the right thing for the party, to get out, to quit, to be pushed aside. Doesn't that all sound too familiar ladies? And I include you, Sue Wilson, at the Sacramento Bee in this. Doesn't this all sound too familiar? Once again a woman told to put her dreams aside to benefit a man. Obama, freshman senator, paid no dues, treated like anointed royalty, while this hardworking woman, who has battled her entire life to break the glass ceiling, is treated like a leftover meal and thrown down the garbage disposal. I know you ladies know how it feels. You've been in Hillary's shoes. You've seen the pretty boys -- you know who I'm talking about, these young studs that come in the office, have hardly any experience at all, they glad-hand the boss, they're out there apple-polishing and kissing butt, all this stuff, and they're taking credit for your work. They talk a good game with real specifics. And what happens? They get promoted. They're treated like heroes. People swoon and faint when they come around. Love their cologne and so forth. And you don't wear perfume because you know that that's pollution. These guys come in wearing their metrosexual clothes and all their new scents and people just swoon out there. They get promoted while you women, the hard-working backbone of the office, you're told to still go get the coffee or to set up meetings for this new dweeb.
Another pretty pony lifted up to the top while the woman is treated like a broken down mule, and she's just supposed to accept it. Hillary Clinton stood by her man in the worst of times. She was a working mother. She raised a family; she kept a roof over their heads. While the husband is out there earning peanuts as the governor of Arkansas, she had to go to Rose Law Firm to get the six figure income. She's the one that had to get involved in all these scandals. She's the one that had to go out and invest a thousand dollars, these stupid cattle futures to make a hundred grand because her husband wasn't pulling his weight. The only place her husband's weight was was on top of another woman in some secret bedroom somewhere, and she had to stick around, she had to do all of this. While she knew all that was going on, she had to put up with it. The lies, the cheating, the lies, the more cheating, the humiliation. And what did her own husband do to her last week while they were in Indiana at the so-called victory speech? He stood behind her looking bored, disinterested, as she faced the cameras vowing to press on after losing North Carolina. He's gone out there the whole campaign talking about himself. He tried to derail her candidacy with this race card business; he's treated her quest just like it was an afterthought. And now he stands there looking bored, all the while people said, "Wow, what a supportive husband." This guy has done everything he could to subterfuge, sabotage her campaign.
About this race thing, jumping all over Mrs. Clinton for dropping the race card and so forth. Can you imagine what would have happened if Jeremiah Wright had been Hillary's pastor? Instead, Obama gets to mumble a few lame excuses, the new dweeb, the new kid on the block, everybody's heartthrob, gets to utter a couple little lame excuses, and everybody forgives and says, "Let's move on." This guy Obama doesn't know anything about anything. You ever heard him talk about taxes? This guy is a lightweight. Hillary can out-wonk this guy in the middle of hot flashes. But Barack is a guy. That says it all. He's a good-looking guy, long, slender, great deep voice, never cackles. How is it, ladies, the only man coming in this whole race who has stood tall, the only man who has stood up for Hillary's right to fight the good fight to the bitter end is me, Rush Limbaugh? Why has the liberal male establishment forsaken Hillary and thrown her under the bus? I even heard one male media type saying Hillary Clinton would make a freight train take a dirt road. This is the kind of thing that is uncalled for and they're ganging up on her, and you know it.
You have been there. This has happened to you. They say it's going to take a miracle for Hillary to win. But, hey, we all believe in miracles, don't we? We can make miracles. It happens every day on Oprah. Now, listen ladies, I mean this from the bottom of my heart, I know Democrat liberal men like I know myself, like I know every square inch of my glorious naked body. And, sadly, right now, liberal men, Democrat Party liberal men in the Drive-By Media are planning and scheming how to screw Hillary Clinton out of this nomination, get her to quit this before she gives it everything she's got, and in the process, they're out to screw you. Politically speaking.
RUSH: Now, ladies, in addition to having this new, young, fresh guy show up in the office, after you've been there for years, this dweeb shows up, no experience, glad-hands, has all this charisma and everybody just goes nuts over him and you get aced out, let's not forget something else that happens. The guy's wife. It's bad enough that you've reached 55, 50, 60, some cases, you've given up everything for what you want. Here come these two punks, the young guy and his wife, his wife's out there getting all this great attention, this great publicity, you have been where the wife is, and they never said those things about you. And the young wife is really nothing more than she's just angry all the time and she's just nothing likable about her at all but everybody is swooning, and so you getting double dipped, you getting double dipped with all the idolatry of this young guy who's coming in with no experience whatsoever, and his wife they're swooning over, too.
Meanwhile, when they look at you, they see the coffee machine, and they see an appointment book. And they know how the wife got where she got. You know how she got there. You know this. And you refuse to do it. Maybe because nobody cared, but you still refuse to do it. So I feel for you. I know exactly how you feel here. You've given your life to see that women finally are emancipated, now all of a sudden here comes this brash young couple with this anti-American pastor and just anger and rage all around 'em, and you're being bypassed, by a bunch of males in the Democrat Party and in the media, a bunch of guys, and it's always the guys that do this to you, always, and they're doing it again, after you thought you had 'em wrapped around your little finger. I can understand your rage. I can understand your anger over this, but what are you going to do? It's bend over time again. The Democrat Party has once again told you what they see when they look at you. They don't like it, and they don't want it. If I were you, all the money that you have given to Democrats, all the fundraising you've done for Democrats, all the cover you ran for Bill Clinton, and this is what they're doing for you? Believe me, I understand.
RUSH: Gordon, Columbus, Ohio. You're next, sir. Happy to have you with us on the EIB Network.
CALLER: Good afternoon, Rush.
RUSH: Good afternoon, Gordon.
CALLER: Buckeye dittos to you.
RUSH: I appreciate that.
CALLER: Hillary I think is being stabbed in the back by the women's movement, and I think they're twisting the knife.
RUSH: That would be an interesting picture: Hillary being stabbed in the back by the women's movement. Because, you know, I've always loved the women's movement when walking behind it. So that's my picture of the women's movement. The women's movement stabbing Hillary in the back and then twisting it. Why do you think this?
CALLER: Well, because they're all headed for Obama -- and speaking of Obama, do you remember the old Sanford and Son show?
RUSH: The old Sanford and Son show? Oh, yeah. (doing Redd Foxx impression) "Elizabeth, this is the big one!"
CALLER: Yeah, well, doesn't Michelle kind of put you in mind of Aunt Esther?
RUSH: Who was...? Aunt Esther?
RUSH: Michelle Obama? I've never made that connection.
CALLER: Oh, she --
RUSH: I never made that connection, but I haven't seen Sanford and Son in many, many moons.
CALLER: Well, she sure puts me in mind of her.
RUSH: Well, I can't even remember what Aunt Esther looks like now. So I have no clue.