RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I have a serious question. Is it okay, would it be okay now for Dubai to run the ports? When Dubai World wanted to do the Dubai Ports deal, I was a big supporter. These people know what they're doing running ports. I was reaching out. I was in the minority. You remember every Democrat and Republican were in a race to the nearest camera and microphone to be the first to say, "I oppose the Dubai Ports deal." Vince Flynn was having a meeting with the president in the Oval Office. Vince told me that the president said, "I guess Limbaugh's beating me up on this." And Vince said, "No, he's with you on this. Limbaugh's a supporter of the Dubai Ports deal." But I was in the minority.
A lot of people thought I'd lost my mind. "Gosh, I mean you're going to put terrorists in charge of the ports." No, no, no, no, no. They got ports all over the world. So I guess now it's okay if Dubai wants to buy the ports, it's okay now, right? (interruption) Well, they might be in debt a little, Snerdley, but it's a philosophical point here, hypothetical point. Now that it's okay to put a Hamasque at Ground Zero, it would be perfectly fine for Dubai Ports to come in here and run the ports, right? I'm just asking. It seems a reasonable question to me. Governor Christie, a warning. You don't want to be praised by these people.
RUSH: Chuck Schumer and Hillary: loudest voices against it. (interruption) Yeah. It figures I would choose apple because I'm a big Mac guy. Apple flavored. They were representing the victims of 9/11, Dubai Ports Deal. (interruption) Well, you know, that's not a bad idea. What would happen if a member of Hamas wanted to buy part of an NFL team? What if this imam, in an effort to further reach out and relate to Americans, wanted to buy part of the New Orleans Saints or the New England Patriots? No problem! That would not be a problem. Yeah, Miami Dolphins would not be a problem. It would be bigotry to oppose that. Can't oppose it. No, no. It'd be perfectly fine. Wouldn't be any problem. Pelosi owns part of a football team (well, her husband does). It's not the NFL. It's the UFL, United Football League.