RUSH: In case you missed the opening hour, ladies and gentlemen, this is too good. I must repeat it. As you know, last Friday on the heels of our gigantic flop of a failure to get the Olympics in Chicago, the failure authored by Michelle Obama and Barack Hussein Obama, I went on the radio Friday and explained my thoughts. I did say I was gleeful. I do want the president's policies to fail. I stand behind that every bit as much as I did when I first ever said it. I do not want America to fail. It's the exact opposite. I want America to triumph and America cannot triumph if Obama's policies succeed. It just can't happen. And so I had a little fun out there. Barack Hussein Obama, mmm, mmm, mmm. Well, this did not sit well, as I predicted. Four amazing See, I Told You So's on Friday. That whole show was a Media Tweak of the Day, and I know these people and they bought it hook, line, and sinker, four See, I Told You So's, four predictions came true.
There was this conversation on Joe Scarborough's show on PMSNBC today with the British correspondent, the Washington correspondent of the BBC America network. Her name is Katty Kay. And Scarborough said, "It's always seemed that one side feels the need to delegitimize the other side. This cannot be helpful for our political process."
KAY: I don't think it is. After, you know, listening to that Rush Limbaugh clip again and I don't think I want to hear it, really, for a fourth or fifth time, is that it's not Barack Obama, it's Barack Hussein Obama, Barack Hussein Obama. There's something insidious going on there, too, in the repetition of his middle name.
RUSH: Just unbelievable. This is a member in good standing of the State-Controlled Media and she thinks I'm out there, "Barack Hussein Obama, mmm, mmm, mmm." She does not realize that a bunch of school kids in New Jersey and across the country are being forced to learn songs and poems in praise of the dear leader such as...
SCHOOLKIDS: He said that all must lend a hand to make this country strong again. Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama. He said we must be fair today, equal work means equal pay. Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama. He said we all must take a stand, to make sure everyone gets a chance. Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama.
RUSH: All right, that's enough, that's enough. Now, I must acknowledge that Katty Kay certainly does not watch Fox News, which is the only place the video aired. We aired the audio here, but she's clueless. She has no idea of the story, zip, zero, nada. Katty Kay, BBC America, has no idea that schoolchildren across America are being propagandized and indoctrinated to support personally the dear leader, Barack Hussein Obama. So when I mock this and have fun with it, she thinks I am being derisive of insidious, insidious, insidious, I don't want to hear Limbaugh again, I heard it four or five times, I don't want to hear it again. Hey, Katty, try this.
SCHOOLKIDS PARODY: Rush Hudson Limbaugh. Mmm, mmm, mmm. Rush Hudson Limbaugh. Mmm, mmm, mmm. (Battle Hymn of the Republic tune) My ears have heard Rush Limbaugh on my parents' radio. He tells me that the left is wrong and stuff I need to know. We turn it off when he is done 'cause there is no other show. Rush, keep broadcasting on. Glory, glory hallelujah. Glory, Clinton couldn't fool ya. Barack Obama can't ignore ya. Rush, keep broadcasting on. In 1951 he was born in Missouri. Now he's on the radio conducting EIB. On the air to set us free from sea to shining sea, he keeps broadcasting on. Glory, glory hallelujah. Glory, Clinton couldn't fool ya. Barack Obama can't ignore ya. Rush, keep broadcasting on. Rush keep broadcasting on!
RUSH: RUSH: The official climatologist of the Rush Limbaugh show, Dr. Roy Spencer, University of Alabama Huntsville, said, "I didn't know that was your middle name. I couldn't understand it." Hudson is the middle name. "Rush Hudson Limbaugh. Mmm, Mmm, mmm." Rush Hudson... Here. We have it rolled off. Now that you know the middle name within here, hear it alone in its magnificence by itself.
SCHOOLKIDS: Rush Hudson Limbaugh. Mmm, Mmm, mmm. Rush Hudson Limbaugh. Mmm, Mmm, mmm.
RUSH: And of course we dedicate the previous segment to Katty Kay of the BBC America. I wonder if she will find the use of my middle name to also be "insidious."
RUSH: Now, to the Bay Area. Jan, great that you called. I'm glad you waited. Welcome to the EIB Network.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. I'm a homeschooling mom of four girls, 16 to 9, and I want you to know that they get daily education from you --
CALLER: -- as we sit at our kitchen table, and they want to do some serious Rush worship live.
CHILDREN: Mmm, mmm, mmm! We love Rush Hudson Limbaugh! Mmm, mmm, mmm!
CALLER: How do you like that?
RUSH: I think that is just great. It warms my heart. I mean, that is just as cute as it can be. Rush worship. Did you hear that, Katty Kay at BBC America?
RUSH: Rush worship here on the EIB Network. Oh, that was fabulous, Jan.
CALLER: Okay. And, Rush, my nine-year-old has a very profound question for you before I get to my point.
RUSH: Oh, these are always fun.
LITTLE GIRL: Was it fun to run down Algore on the Jay Leno Show?
RUSH: Uhhh. (laughing) Yes, it was. "Was it fun to run down Algore on the Jay Leno show?" Yes. I did it twice. It was fun. I gladly sacrificed my attempt at the record, the speed record on the track, once I thought and saw the opportunity to back up and run down Algore again. Yes, it was a lot of fun. I'm glad that you noticed it.
LITTLE GIRL: (giggles) Here's mom.
CALLER: Hi, Rush.
CALLER: Thanks for indulging us.
RUSH: I'm happy to be part of the class this morning.
CALLER: Hey, man, you are great -- and my girls, they can go out and they can talk to anybody on any issue and be so articulate in large part thanks to you and hopefully a little help from mom, so... Anyways, I was calling about the California economy, but you've been talking so much about the failed Olympic bid of Obama, I just wanted to make one point. That just gave me such renewed hope that the citizens of the global world slapped the would-be president of the world down just a little. That, you know, the dynamic duo isn't so dynamic now, and I'm thinking that if we can just survive the next three years.
RUSH: You know something, there's a piece also in the American Thinker today that I glossed over, haven't shared it, detail-wise, but the opinion of the guy -- I can't remember who wrote it; it's at the bottom of the stack now -- said that the Olympic slap or snub was not just about the Olympics. I mean, there are worldwide implications. This is the point that I tried to make on Friday. This was a moronic thing to do. And now notice the blame. The blame on Friday from the State-Controlled Media was on Mayor Daley. "Mayor Daley made him do it! Obama knew better but Mayor Daley leaned on him, and it's going to be a long time before Obama's granting any favors to anybody in Chicago." That's what F. Chuck Todd said. Today, we learn that Valerie Jarrett, the Chicago slumlord who was hoping to have the slums bought by the IOC once Chicago got the games, was saying that they had bad intel!
She said that somebody in the committee, somebody over there said, "If Obama came over and delivered a personal pitch it would push the bid over the top." Now, folks, if that's true, that is another stupid thing to admit. It means they got tricked and very easily over something that on the world stage is really not all that significant. This is the point. It was imbecilic and moronic to go over there and even run this risk because presidents do not gladly, purposefully give up this aura of invincibility that they automatically have by being elected, and poof! As Lanny Davis says, "Poof!" It's gone. Now, they can act like they don't care about it and it's not that big a deal and so forth, but it can't be denied that this was not something in any way helpful. And all these attempts to covering it up, "Well, it's just as well! Look at all the corruption that comes to the Olympics. Look at all the debt that comes in the Olympics. It's just as well. It would be such a distraction for Obama. It's probably a good thing it didn't happen." The corruption the IOC would bring? The IOC may know corruption, but Chicago wrote the book.