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Caller Swallows Socialist Hook

RUSH: Here's Rick in Minneapolis. Rick, I'm glad you waited. Welcome to the EIB Network.CALLER: Yeah, Rush, thanks for taking my call. I'm an avid listener. I love your show, and I think you're an asset to the United States of America. RUSH: Thank you, sir, very much. Very perceptive of you.CALLER: If you give me ten seconds, I'm going to say who I am. I'm a small business owner who is downsizing. I have four children, a wonderful wife.RUSH: How do you do it?CALLER: I almost ran for mayor...

Debate Tips for Governor Palin

RUSH: If I were Palin, I don't care what the first question is that Gwen Ifill asks tomorrow night. I don't care what it is. I would start out with, "By the way, Ms. Ifill, congratulations on your new book on the Obamas." Just say that, and then I would answer every question with a lecture on conflicts of interest and how destructive they are to America and good government. The mortgage crisis was filled with conflicts of interest. Barney Frank and Chris Dodd taking lobbyist money and running...

A War for the Soul of America

RUSH: To Clinton, Tennessee. This is Heather, and welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.CALLER: Thank you very much. I'll get right to my point. What scares me the most, Rush -- as a mother trying to raise four responsible children -- is along with the cost of this liberal agenda, people have forgotten, I'm afraid, what it means to live in a free country.RUSH: You know, there's a solution here. Raise your kids to be irresponsible. The government is going to take care of them now.CALLER: It...

Sarah Six-Pack vs. Joe Doofus

RUSH: Senator McCain yesterday in Des Moines, Iowa, was interviewed by the Des Moines Register editorial board. An unidentified member of the board asks Senator McCain about Governor Palin dragging down his campaign, and McCain answered it this way.MCCAIN: I haven't detected that. I haven't detected that in the polls. I haven't detected that amongst the base. We get 20,000 people that come to our rallies. So again, I fundamentally disagree. Now, if there's a Georgetown cocktail party person...

McCain Refuses to Criticize Ifill

RUSH: As you know, ladies and gentlemen, Gwen Ifill -- formerly NBC, now at PBS -- is totally in the tank for Barack Obama. There's no question about that. She has a book. She has a book coming out, "The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama." It's set to be released on Inauguration Day. This is a conflict of interest. She has a financial stake in Obama winning the race, in addition to whatever other stakes that she has invested in Obama winning the presidential race. So McCain...

Why the Blame Business Matters

RUSH: Once again checking the e-mail here in the obscene profit time-out. People think, "Rush, can't you move on from this? I mean, it's going to pass. The bailout is going to pass, and it's going to be law. Let's move on. There are other things out there. We've got Gwen Ifill and the Palin-Biden debate tomorrow." We're going to get to all that. Let me tell you why this is important. Let me tell you why this blame business is important now. Somebody is going to get blamed for this, right...

Barry: Somebody Put Out the Fire!

RUSH: Here is Obama yesterday in Reno, Nevada, on the campaign trail.OBAMA: Now is the moment for us to come together and put the fire out. I mean, think about it! Think about it. I-i-if your neighbor's house is burning, you're not going to spend a whole lot of time saying, "Well, that guy was always irresponsible. He always left the stove on. He always was smokin' in bed." All those things may be true, but his house could end up affecting your house -- and that's the situation we're in right...

Drive-Bys Buzz About El Rushbo

RUSH: CNN ran a report last night on the Situation Room -- we have a montage of this report -- claiming that I am the one who stopped the bailout and if the president wants this thing, he needs to call me. The correspondent here is Elaine Quijano, and she is speaking to their Republican consultant here in the piece, John Feehery:RUSH ARCHIVE: Screw the market. Okay, I'll take that back, not screw the market, but let me tell you something. When the government fails to pass a socialism bill and...

Socialism: The Senate Bailout Bill

RUSH: Both Senators McCain and Obama made campaign rally appearances today before flying back to Washington to vote on the Senate version of the bailout bill tonight. Obama was in La Crosse, Wisconsin, and McCain was in Independence, Missouri, close by the Harry Truman library. McCain said, (paraphrasing) "Look, the blame game is for later. We have to fix this." I don't know how you can address this without affixing blame right now. All of this talk about earmarks and inflated spending that...

Rush's Morning Update: Macaca! October 2, 2008

Rush's Morning Update: Macaca!October 2, 2008Watch It! Download Morning Update Video in QuickTimeListen to It! Windows Media Player|RealPlayer During the last election cycle, Democrats introduced the term "culture of corruption" to nationalize the elections. Their public relations arm-- the Drive-By Media-- turned Jack Abramoff, a corrupt Beltway lobbyist, into a "Republican lobbyist," even though he had dealings on both sides of the aisle. Then came the five-alarm, contrived scandal over...

Wednesday Quotes: The Man Who Runs America

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"The bailout bill could help McCain's campaign, but he's letting it be used as cover for the people who caused this. This isn't straight talk.""Gwen Ifill doesn't sound like she's too excited here. She said, '[Sarah Palin] belittled Barack Obama at every opportunity.' Grow up, Gwen! It's a political contest! Obama is a man-child! He deserves to be belittled and he deserves to be defeated!""What if Obama wins and puts Franklin Raines...

Stack of Stuff Quick Hits Page

Story #1: Fannie/Freddie Scandal Dwarfs Enron, WorldComRUSH: Investor's Business Daily today has just a great, great editorial: "Should Congress Be 'Perp-Walked'?" They say, "A federal grand jury in New York is probing the accounting shenanigans at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. It's about time, and we hope it doesn't end there. Remember the early 2000s, when companies such as WorldCom, Enron, Tyco and Xerox suddenly and spectacularly were revealed to have been cooking their books? Remember the...

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