RUSH: Back on July 2nd in Boston the NAGs had a conference, the NOW Gang. If you're new to the program, the National Organization for Women, I call 'em the NAGs, the National Association of Gals. Sometimes I call 'em the NOW Gang. They had a conference. They had a NAG conference on the state of feminism. This is the first we're hearing about this, by the way. I think that's a testament to the state of feminism. The only reason we're hearing about it is because C-SPAN had some time to fill, so they played videotape of the NAG conference, the state of feminism, in Boston. The speaker here is the University of Michigan communications professor and author Susan Douglas. And here's just a portion of Susan Douglas in Boston at the NAG conference on the state of feminism.
DOUGLAS: To quote from one of our dear friends in the media, social analyst, faux historian, and radio commentator Rush Limbaugh, feminism was established to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream of society. Fortunately, no social movement was needed to allow pudgy, unattractive men access to the top.
RUSH: I'm living rent free in so many of these NAGs' heads and these leftists' heads. That's Undeniable Truth of Life number 24. I wrote that back in 1987, and they're carrying that around and they make it a focal point of their NAG conference on the state of feminism. It's gotta be irritating 'em out there, wouldn't you say? We got pictures to prove it from the NAG conference, July 2nd in Boston, that nobody knew about until C-SPAN ran it yesterday. This is August the 20th. This happened on July 2nd. This is the first anybody's heard about it.