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The World's Largest Ponzi Scheme (Hint: It's Not Bernard Madoff's)

RUSH: You know, that's an excellent point. What's going on here, folks, is this is a larger debate over the future of the country. It's not just a debate about the Republican Party. There is a larger debate going on, and that is over the future of the country, and we are smack-dab in the middle of it; and sometimes people living in the middle of important and great events are so busy living in them that they don't understand how important and big they are as people who follow us, who are born...

Why Arnold Avoids Blame in California

RUSH: Riverside, California, this is Jim. You're next on the EIB Network, sir. Hello.CALLER: It's a pleasure, Rush.RUSH: Thank you.CALLER: Only you can answer this problem that I have with Schwarzenegger.RUSH: You only have one problem with him?CALLER: (laughing) Well, we'll just combine 'em all up into one problem. How come he's not getting the blame for the rotten economy we got here in California?RUSH: Oh, I mean this is very simple to explain. Do you have a theory? I always prefer...

A Great Football Weekend in Big D

RUSH: Folks, we had a great weekend in Dallas. I went down on Saturday, flew down there Saturday for dinner with good friend "Albino" Michaels. His wife, Linda, was along for the trip. And we had dinner at this place called Nick & Sam's. I have a good friend who lives in Dallas, he's retired from Goldman Sachs. His name is Dan Cook. Al and I had set this weekend up. This was like the fourth or fifth Sunday night game we'd been to this year. They're just a blast. You know, I love football anyway,...

El Rushbo Practices Funky Breaks

RUSH: Somebody just sent me a note saying, "Are you doing okay today? Content sounds stellar, but your breaks sound funky." What in the hell does that mean? Breaks sound funky? Well, they all have a look of exasperated shock and surprise and wonderment on their faces, as did I when I read it. That's why you have to be immune to any criticism, folks. It can drive you nuts. Let me practice going to a break. Affiliates, we are not going to go to a break. I'm just pretending to go to a break...

Bush Keeps Cool as the Shoes Fly

RUSH: Here's Cameron in Hartford, Connecticut. Cameron, thank you for waiting. I appreciate your patience.CALLER: Well, it's grand to be on following the vice president.RUSH: And a huge responsibility.CALLER: Goody two-shoes dittos, and I wanted to mention and ask you if you might agree that this display of strength by our president yesterday when someone stood up and started hurling things at him, which could have been shoe bombs, I suppose, will we ever see this kind of reaction in the future...

On the Cutting Edge: The Fat Tax

RUSH: Those of you who live in New York, the governor there, David Paterson has come up with a way to raise $404 million. This morning on WNBC news, the correspondent Glenn Zimmerman.ZIMMERMAN: Another way to save some money or at least in this case make some money is the so-called obese tax. For example, with that, a can of Coke would cost 15% more than Diet Coke.RUSH: He is going to raise taxes on fattening items, fat food items, and so if a can of Coke has sugar in it, a 15% higher tax....

Dems in Turmoil: Blago Won't Go

RUSH: So yesterday Colin Powell goes on CNN and tells the nation that the Republican Party, which hasn't been listening to me for years, needs to stop listening to me. I'm not a party man. I am not a Republican. I don't do what I do for the Republicans who listen to me. I do a radio show that has its own requirements for success, which do not include getting certain people elected or having a certain political party be something. But nevertheless, in spite of all that, after Powell says I'm...

Vice President Cheney Calls Rush

RUSH: We are happy and honored to welcome back to the program the Vice President, Dick Cheney. Mr. Vice President, thank you. As always, it's an honor and a delight to have you here with us.THE VICE PRESIDENT: Well, Rush, it's great to talk to you again.RUSH: Tell me how you are. You've got 30-some-odd days left in office. What is this like?THE VICE PRESIDENT: Well, 35 days, to be exact. Well, I guess the way to describe it is it's not my first rodeo. This is the fourth time I've transitioned...

The World's Largest Ponzi Scheme (Hint: It's Not Bernard Madoff's)

RUSH: You know, that's an excellent point. What's going on here, folks, is this is a larger debate over the future of the country. It's not just a debate about the Republican Party. There is a larger debate going on, and that is over the future of the country, and we are smack-dab in the middle of it; and sometimes people living in the middle of important and great events are so busy living in them that they don't understand how important and big they are as people who follow us, who are born...

Rush Responds to General Powell

RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I want to thank all of you for your e-mails of support regarding this interview that Colin Powell did on CNN yesterday. The whole thing wears me out. It's nothing new except now it's coming from ostensibly the Republican Party. Now, Snerdley is livid, many of my staff and friends are livid. To me, it's not that big a deal. I think Powell's premise -- and I understand what's going on -- I think Powell's premise is all wrong. The Republican Party needs to stop listening...

Monday Quotes: Your Conservative Rock

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"Had this guy thrown his shoe at Saddam Hussein, he would have been shot five minutes later. Long live freedom; long live democracy.""Here is Colin Powell telling the Republican Party what to do -- after he voted for Obama! I know what really has Colin Powell upset; it's because I said his endorsement of Obama was about race, and I'm not supposed to say those things.""As long as you are a Republican who buys into an endless array...

Why Arnold Avoids Blame in California

RUSH: Riverside, California, this is Jim. You're next on the EIB Network, sir. Hello.CALLER: It's a pleasure, Rush.RUSH: Thank you.CALLER: Only you can answer this problem that I have with Schwarzenegger.RUSH: You only have one problem with him?CALLER: (laughing) Well, we'll just combine 'em all up into one problem. How come he's not getting the blame for the rotten economy we got here in California?RUSH: Oh, I mean this is very simple to explain. Do you have a theory? I always prefer...

A Great Football Weekend in Big D

RUSH: Folks, we had a great weekend in Dallas. I went down on Saturday, flew down there Saturday for dinner with good friend "Albino" Michaels. His wife, Linda, was along for the trip. And we had dinner at this place called Nick & Sam's. I have a good friend who lives in Dallas, he's retired from Goldman Sachs. His name is Dan Cook. Al and I had set this weekend up. This was like the fourth or fifth Sunday night game we'd been to this year. They're just a blast. You know, I love football anyway,...

El Rushbo Practices Funky Breaks

RUSH: Somebody just sent me a note saying, "Are you doing okay today? Content sounds stellar, but your breaks sound funky." What in the hell does that mean? Breaks sound funky? Well, they all have a look of exasperated shock and surprise and wonderment on their faces, as did I when I read it. That's why you have to be immune to any criticism, folks. It can drive you nuts. Let me practice going to a break. Affiliates, we are not going to go to a break. I'm just pretending to go to a break...

Bush Keeps Cool as the Shoes Fly

RUSH: Here's Cameron in Hartford, Connecticut. Cameron, thank you for waiting. I appreciate your patience.CALLER: Well, it's grand to be on following the vice president.RUSH: And a huge responsibility.CALLER: Goody two-shoes dittos, and I wanted to mention and ask you if you might agree that this display of strength by our president yesterday when someone stood up and started hurling things at him, which could have been shoe bombs, I suppose, will we ever see this kind of reaction in the future...

On the Cutting Edge: The Fat Tax

RUSH: Those of you who live in New York, the governor there, David Paterson has come up with a way to raise $404 million. This morning on WNBC news, the correspondent Glenn Zimmerman.ZIMMERMAN: Another way to save some money or at least in this case make some money is the so-called obese tax. For example, with that, a can of Coke would cost 15% more than Diet Coke.RUSH: He is going to raise taxes on fattening items, fat food items, and so if a can of Coke has sugar in it, a 15% higher tax....

Dems in Turmoil: Blago Won't Go

RUSH: So yesterday Colin Powell goes on CNN and tells the nation that the Republican Party, which hasn't been listening to me for years, needs to stop listening to me. I'm not a party man. I am not a Republican. I don't do what I do for the Republicans who listen to me. I do a radio show that has its own requirements for success, which do not include getting certain people elected or having a certain political party be something. But nevertheless, in spite of all that, after Powell says I'm...

Vice President Cheney Calls Rush

RUSH: We are happy and honored to welcome back to the program the Vice President, Dick Cheney. Mr. Vice President, thank you. As always, it's an honor and a delight to have you here with us.THE VICE PRESIDENT: Well, Rush, it's great to talk to you again.RUSH: Tell me how you are. You've got 30-some-odd days left in office. What is this like?THE VICE PRESIDENT: Well, 35 days, to be exact. Well, I guess the way to describe it is it's not my first rodeo. This is the fourth time I've transitioned...

The World's Largest Ponzi Scheme (Hint: It's Not Bernard Madoff's)

RUSH: You know, that's an excellent point. What's going on here, folks, is this is a larger debate over the future of the country. It's not just a debate about the Republican Party. There is a larger debate going on, and that is over the future of the country, and we are smack-dab in the middle of it; and sometimes people living in the middle of important and great events are so busy living in them that they don't understand how important and big they are as people who follow us, who are born...

Rush Responds to General Powell

RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I want to thank all of you for your e-mails of support regarding this interview that Colin Powell did on CNN yesterday. The whole thing wears me out. It's nothing new except now it's coming from ostensibly the Republican Party. Now, Snerdley is livid, many of my staff and friends are livid. To me, it's not that big a deal. I think Powell's premise -- and I understand what's going on -- I think Powell's premise is all wrong. The Republican Party needs to stop listening...

Rush's Morning Update: Comparisons December 16, 2008

Rush's Morning Update: ComparisonsDecember 16, 2008Watch It! Download Morning Update Video in QuickTimeListen to It! Windows Media Player|RealPlayer My friends,AP-Obama reports that our incoming president is "relatively young and inexperienced." (Heh-heh-heh; now they tell us!)They warn of a growing list of "monumental challenges"The Messiah will face. Here's a quote: "With woes foreign and domestic on more fronts than even [FDR]encountered when he took office in the midst of the Great...

Monday Quotes: Your Conservative Rock

You're Missing Out on Thousands of Rush Quotes! Join Rush 24/7 NOW!"Had this guy thrown his shoe at Saddam Hussein, he would have been shot five minutes later. Long live freedom; long live democracy.""Here is Colin Powell telling the Republican Party what to do -- after he voted for Obama! I know what really has Colin Powell upset; it's because I said his endorsement of Obama was about race, and I'm not supposed to say those things.""As long as you are a Republican who buys into an endless array...

Billy Did Not Love the 80s

RUSH: Billy in Fort Worth, I'm glad you waited, sir. Welcome to the programCALLER: Hey, hello, Mr. Limbaugh. How you doing?RUSH: Fine.CALLER: Okay. (laughing) First of all, I wanted to say that... I called in to talk about this race, but I want to say: "Hey, you're true to what you do," and you know what that is?RUSH: Uh, what is that?CALLER: Hey: Try to destroy the Democratic Party. Hey! But hey, this is America, okay? (unintelligible) I called to talk... You said, you know, the Republicans...

Why Arnold Avoids Blame in California

RUSH: Riverside, California, this is Jim. You're next on the EIB Network, sir. Hello.CALLER: It's a pleasure, Rush.RUSH: Thank you.CALLER: Only you can answer this problem that I have with Schwarzenegger.RUSH: You only have one problem with him?CALLER: (laughing) Well, we'll just combine 'em all up into one problem. How come he's not getting the blame for the rotten economy we got here in California?RUSH: Oh, I mean this is very simple to explain. Do you have a theory? I always prefer...

Rush Responds to General Powell

RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I want to thank all of you for your e-mails of support regarding this interview that Colin Powell did on CNN yesterday. The whole thing wears me out. It's nothing new except now it's coming from ostensibly the Republican Party. Now, Snerdley is livid, many of my staff and friends are livid. To me, it's not that big a deal. I think Powell's premise -- and I understand what's going on -- I think Powell's premise is all wrong. The Republican Party needs to stop listening...

Why Arnold Avoids Blame in California

RUSH: Riverside, California, this is Jim. You're next on the EIB Network, sir. Hello.CALLER: It's a pleasure, Rush.RUSH: Thank you.CALLER: Only you can answer this problem that I have with Schwarzenegger.RUSH: You only have one problem with him?CALLER: (laughing) Well, we'll just combine 'em all up into one problem. How come he's not getting the blame for the rotten economy we got here in California?RUSH: Oh, I mean this is very simple to explain. Do you have a theory? I always prefer...

Rush Responds to General Powell

RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I want to thank all of you for your e-mails of support regarding this interview that Colin Powell did on CNN yesterday. The whole thing wears me out. It's nothing new except now it's coming from ostensibly the Republican Party. Now, Snerdley is livid, many of my staff and friends are livid. To me, it's not that big a deal. I think Powell's premise -- and I understand what's going on -- I think Powell's premise is all wrong. The Republican Party needs to stop listening...

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