RUSH: Cheryl, Skandia, Michigan, you're next on the phones on the EIB Network. Great to have you here.
CALLER: Thank you. Great to be here. Great to talk to you.
RUSH: Thank you very much.
CALLER: If Obama has to face major losses in the House and major losses in the Senate, we better batten down the hatches. This man is gonna lash out at the American people like we have never seen. He's going to be one very angry man.
RUSH: Yeah. He already is. You're exactly right. He's already starting to do that. The American people are already stupid. We don't deal with things well when we're upset and angry. That's what that New York Times story was all about, that 12-pager. It was all if Obama can't do it, nobody can. If Obama can't achieve greatness in Washington, nobody can. If Obama can't get his face on Mount Rushmore, nobody can. They've already started that. You're very shrewd to perceive that.
CALLER: Well, it's his personality. It's just the way he is. I think he's gonna lose it. At some point he's gonna self-destruct. He's going to be angry at the Democrats for not showing up to vote, and he's going to be angry at the Republicans and the independents because they did. So he's got no place to go. He's just going to be angry at everybody. And I think we're going to be the ones that are going to suffer for it. I see executive orders coming down the chute. I see him bypassing Congress as much as he can.
RUSH: Yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly right.
CALLER: And that scares me.
RUSH: Wait a minute, now. Conventional wisdom on the Republican side is that Obama's going to have to compromise with us.
CALLER: There's no compromise. You were a hundred percent right with that.
RUSH: I know.
CALLER: It's his way or the highway. It always has been. It always has been. There's never a compromise with that man. He doesn't know the meaning of the word.
RUSH: Well, you're right. It's not just that, though. It's he's serious about his chip-on-the-shoulder agenda about this country. He's serious this country needs to be cut down to size. He is serious this country has to pay a price for its imperialism. Look, folks, when I was talking to Dinesh D'Souza, the interview for the next issue of the Limbaugh Letter, Dinesh D'Souza's theory is that Obama's father was the primary influence on Obama and Obama's father hated colonialists, anti-colonialist, hated the British. So I asked Dinesh, "What's the difference in colonial and imperialistic?" He said they're basically the same thing. The root word of imperialistic is empire, and what did Obama say, "The empire is striking back," meaning us, his opposition is the empire. I don't think it's accidental. He looks at this country as colonialist or as imperialistic, forcing our ways on people, plundering their natural resources, plundering the Third World's poor people, all for our own selfishness, and it's time we pay a price.
Look, it's not hard to accept -- well, it may be hard to accept, but it's not hard to figure it out. Reverend Wright, look at all of his mentors, black liberation theology. Reverend Wright is one of his mentors. Look at all the people that bent and shaped Obama and formed him as he was growing up. They all have a grudge against this country, they've all got some animus toward this country. He's not gonna compromise. That's what's so silly about the Republicans now thinking that the American people want us to compromise with him. The American people don't want to see this guy reelected. The American people don't want any of more of his agenda.
RUSH: We've heard from Congressman McConnell's office. "I don't know where people get these ideas --" this is the note "-- but we have not had any secret meetings with donors to tell them we are not for the repeal of Obamacare. Senator McConnell has voted for repeal and will vote again that way. His position on the issue is simply not in dispute. So we don't know where people are getting these ideas of secret meetings with donors telling us they're not for repeal, it's not happening." So that's from McConnell's office. I just want to get all this stuff out. If they want to respond or react to what's said or happens on the program, fine, but I talked to enough of them that it's a question mark in my mind as to whether they fully understand what this election is about, what the uprising is about, what the whole force of the Tea Party is.