RUSH: Tina in Oklahoma City Oklahoma, great to have you on the program. Hi.
CALLER: Hi, Rush great to be on the program and mega dittos from my husband David and our 11 homeschooled Rush Babies.
RUSH: Thank you. Eleven?
CALLER: Eleven yes, every day we listen to you.
CALLER: Something like that.
RUSH: Couple cigarettes in between.
CALLER: No, not in this house.
RUSH: (laughing) Yeah. I hear you.
CALLER: Well, I am changing the subject. You had been discussing recently about why women are unhappy?
RUSH: Well, I've been reporting that there are people in the media studying why women are unhappy.
CALLER: Yes. And I have been listening to that, and since the first time I heard you mention that, I knew the answer. I was in the car with my 18-year-old son on Tuesday when you were talking about that again, and I looked at him, and I said, "I know why women are unhappy. Do you?" And without skipping a beat, he said, "Yes, because they're stepping outside of their God-given roles." And I think he hit the nail on the head. And in saying that I'm not saying it's a lesser role, it's a different role, and I think that women were designed and created to nurture babies, to love them, to educate them, to teach them to achieve their full academic potential, to love their fellow man, to become entrepreneurs, and I think that they're stepping outside of that and pursuing roles and stuff that just leaves them empty.
RUSH: I have a hard time disagreeing with this. Look at Hillary Clinton.