RUSH: Mark my words, just as the truth about Tiger Woods has been exposed, so it shall be with Barack Obama. The parallels -- Lisa Schiffren had that great piece on this last week, the parallels between Barack Obama and Tiger Woods are stunning. We don't know if there's rampant sex romps going on with Obama. We doubt that. But everything else, they created for us a puff piece image of Obama, starting with his speech at the 2004 Democrat convention. We don't know who he is. We don't know anything about the man other than his years agitating the community in Chicago, the things he's written about in his books. But there's this image of "we've never had someone like this before, there's never been a man like this. He transcends normal people." Remember all these people gushing over him. Mark my words. At some point the same unmasking that has happened to Tiger Woods will happen to Barack Obama.
RUSH: This Tiger Woods stuff, folks, is getting a little interesting here. New York Daily News: "Questions Surround Tony Galea's Controversial Techniques Involving Tiger Woods, Other Superstars." Let me read parts of this to you. "Sports medicine guru Tony Galea is the go-to guy for injured athletes seeking the quickest road to rehabilitation -- and more multimillion-dollar deals. The Toronoto [sic]-based doctor has treated embattled golfer Tiger Woods, swimmer Dara Torres, Mets Carlos Delgado and Jose Reyes, gold-medal sprinter Donovan Bailey, quarterback Chris Simms -- and dozens more in the US and Canada. Galea made house calls for Woods, applying his controversial "blood-spinning" techniques to the golfer last year in Florida. The relationship has left some sports medicine experts wondering why an enormously wealthy athlete like Woods, who has access to the best doctors in the country, would turn to someone so far off the beaten path. That kind of decision raises a red flag for Dr. Lewis Maharem, former medical director of the New York Road Runners Club and the former president of the New York chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine. 'We need to ask questions now,' Maharem said. 'He's going to a doctor no one's heard of.'
"Long before his arrest and a report in Toronto's Globe and Mail linked him to possible illegal drug activity, Galea was on the radar of anti-doping authorities on both sides of the border. 'We are looking at the supply chain, where athletes get drugs and who counsels them,' said Paul Melia, president of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports. Canadian authorities said they have gotten complaints about Galea from athletes and coaches." Here are the other names this guy has worked with. "Galea began working with Woods after Mark Lindsay, a chiropractor associated with Galea, guided Yankee slugger Alex Rodriguez through his rehabilitation from hip surgery last year. Lindsay," who is the guy that recommended Tiger to go see the doctor, "also consulted with Peyton Manning and formerly worked with such as athletes as former NFL star Bill Romanowski," who has admitted to doping. Also, he worked with "disgraced sprinters Tim Montgomery and Marion Jones." Now, this is the chiropractor, not the doctor. "Galea began working with Woods after Mark Lindsay, a chiropractor associated with Galea," guided Rodriguez through his rehab, Peyton Manning, Bill Romanowski.