RUSH: Claire McCaskill, Jefferson County, Missouri, at her town hall.
MCCASKILL: If anyone wants to bet you whether or not we're gonna get a single-payer, nationalized health care bill out of Congress, take the bet and take their money. 'Cause it is not going to happen.
MCCASKILL: I know you hate to hear good news. But we will not do this. There is not any support, very little support. I shouldn't say "any." There are a few members that think it's a good idea. So...
MCCASKILL: I don't understand this rudeness. What is this?
RUSH: Hang on here, folks. Hang on.
MCCASKILL: I don't get it! I honestly don't get it. Do you all think you're persuading people when you shout out like that?
AUDIENCE: (roars and whistles)
MCCASKILL: Beg your pardon? You don't trust me?
RUSH: Senator McCaskill, let me tell you what your problem is. Your president is on record as saying he wants a single-payer system. The house bill guarantees it. So when you tell your participants at a town hall that it isn't going to happen -- a single-payer national health care bill isn't going to happen -- they're looking at you and they say, "Now, you're one of a hundred senators, and the president of the United States says he wants it, and everybody's out there, Barney Frank and others, being honest about it." They think you're not honest. That's why when you ask them, "You don't trust me?" They say, "Noooooooo!" Because they're not making anything up that they're reading, Senator McCaskill, and they're not making anything up that they are hearing. We prepared a little montage here, Senator McCaskill, and you don't get this rudeness?
MCCASKILL: I don't understand this rudeness.
HILLARY: (screeching) I am sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and you disagree with this administration, somehow you're not patriotic, and we should stand up and say, "WE ARE AMERICANS AND WE HAVE A RIGHT TO DEBATE AND DISAGREE WITH ANY ADMINISTRATION!"
MCCASKILL: Do you all think that you're persuading people when you shout out like that? I don't get it.
RUSH: See, it's fine and dandy for Mrs. Clinton to act like everybody's third and fourth ex-wife. It's just fine and dandy for Mrs. Clinton to go act that way. The libs and make you start throwing things, Molotov cocktails and all that. Let these people show up and act like, "Mrs. McCaskill you're not telling the truth because we can hear what your president is saying your president wants single-payer health care." I'll tell you, all of you elected officials are going to have to understand that you're dealing with people who are more informed than you are on this issue and you can't fool 'em anymore. You're not going to be able to bamboozle them.