RUSH: From Real Clear Politics -- I don't have the audio of this. Cookie's been working hard all week, I may not even send the audio bite up to her to use, but the Democrats are going south on Obama here. This is Jay Rockefeller: "Obama is beginning to be not believable to me." Jay Rockefeller, Senator, West Virginia: "He says 'I'm for clean coal,' and then he says it in his speeches, but he doesn't say it in here. And he doesn't say it in the minds of my own people. And he's beginning to not be believable to me." Senator Rockefeller, may I help?
Obama does not like clean coal and will do everything he can to get rid of it. We tried to tell your voters this in the campaign of '08. Senator Rockefeller, look around you, sir. He's destroying every institution that has made this the greatest country on earth. He has launched an assault on every one. Do you think any kind of coal fits his green energy agenda, Senator? Clean coal? There's no such thing, compare it to his mythical green energy sector. This is worse than a menace but we're still going to have to deal with it.
RUSH: Here's Jay Rockefeller, this is back on February 4th, this is a little over a week ago, during a Senate Finance Committee hearing Jay Rockefeller said this about Obama to Peter Orszag, the director of the OMB.
ROCKEFELLER: He said, you know, I'm for clean coal, then he says it in speeches, but he doesn't say it in here, and he doesn't say it in the minds of my own people, and he's beginning to be not believable to me.
RUSH: Jay Rockefeller, talking about Obama. Senator Rockefeller, I'm telling you, if you think he likes clean coal or any kind of coal, I tried to tell you, does coal fit in any way, shape, manner, or form with the so-called green energy initiative of this little malcontent? It doesn't. People better wake up.