RUSH: Minneapolis, Barb, great to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. Thanks. It's an honor to be speaking with you today.
RUSH: Thank you very much.
CALLER: I just have a bone to pick with Michelle Obama, preferably a big steak bone. I saw her out on the campaign trail this weekend, and it looks like she's gained about 30 pounds and --
RUSH: Oh, jeez, oh, jeez, what a great first call of the day. I'm glad you said it and not me. Where has she gained all this weight? What did you see?
CALLER: How dare her talk about nutrition and coming to Minneapolis and have a big meeting with General Mills, Land O'Lakes and Hormel and tell them how they need to market and change all of their food in order for this weight loss program or whatever else it is and walk the -- as arrogant as she is, and walk and stand up on the podium wherever she is, looking like she is. She needs to lose 30 pounds before she opens her mouth to talk about nutrition and weight.
RUSH: Look, as one woman looking at another, Barb, where has she gained 30 pounds? What are you seeing?
CALLER: She was in a pantsuit, and it looked like she's gained it all over.
RUSH: Yeah, but now --
CALLER: I am all about nutrition. I'm all about looking fit, being fit, but you don't stand up on a podium and come in and tell General Mills, the quote in the paper, (paraphrasing) "If they don't change it will be the government or else."
RUSH: You most certainly do if you are a Marxist totalitarian type, you most certainly do. Okay, she said pantsuit, focused on below the waist, Michelle's gained 30 pounds. You figure out where it must be. She said it, folks, I didn't.