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It's Not Time to Panic Yet, Folks

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RUSH: Cheryl in Mesa, Arizona, great to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.

CALLER: Hi. Thank you for taking my call.

RUSH: Yes, ma'am.

CALLER: Your words always lift my spirits and make me feel a lot more upbeat. My question is, do you think Soros will succeed in bringing the dollar down to zero and cause high inflation like one popular TV and radio host suggests? Will it cost $24 for a loaf of bread?

RUSH: I figured on $50. I think bread's gonna go to $50 a loaf. Now is the time to get it, freeze it in large quantities and butter, too, you can't have bread without butter. How does that sound?

CALLER: Well, not so reassuring.

RUSH: It sounds kind of ridiculous, doesn't it?

CALLER: Yes.

RUSH: All right.

CALLER: Okay.

RUSH: I don't doubt that George Soros is who he is, and I don't doubt that George Soros has succeeded in his wars on currency. He had a successful war on the British pound and I don't doubt that there are forces attempting to incur and cause great harm to this country.

CALLER: Hm-hm.

RUSH: But the truth is we cannot store enough food to protect ourselves from what's coming. This is not the way to go about it. Do you have the money, Cheryl, to go out and buy a year's worth of anything and store it?

CALLER: No, because I'm in the insurance business and Obamacare has pretty much destroyed that.

RUSH: Right. It's a justifiable fear, what happened in Germany, it took a wheelbarrow full of dollars to buy a loaf of bread.

CALLER: Hm-hm.

RUSH: And I have no doubt that this country is despised, this country is hated. It always has been. The danger is that some people who look at it that way are now running it. That's what's new.

CALLER: Right.

RUSH: But I always fall on the side of the American people and their resilience. They're just not gonna sit around and take this. They're not bending over and grabbing the ankles and saying, "Spank me." They're not gonna get to that point.

CALLER: Well, you reassured me earlier in your show that he wouldn't be a second term president. That made me feel a lot better.

RUSH: I'm glad you brought that up. Here's what he actually said, it was back in January on ABC's World News Tonight. "I'd rather be a really good one-term president than a mediocre two-term president." That's the first signal to me that he's willing to lose if it means destroying the country, 'cause I said, "Why would he lose? What would cause him to be a one-termer?" Being rejected, right? What would make people reject him? They don't want his policies, right? He's willing to do that. He's willing to try to impose that which will get him defeated -- look at the health care bill, Cheryl. One of the thinkings behind the health care bill, Obama says, "You want to repeal it? Come on, go for it." What he's hoping is that enough of the benefits, enough of the wealth transfers, enough of the freebies, the supposed freebies will be implemented before the Republicans get around to repealing it, and when they try, people aren't gonna want to let go of the freebies that they're all of a sudden getting. It's gonna be like Republicans want to take your Social Security away, Republicans want to take your health care away. That's what Obama and the Democrats are figuring. This is insidious from the get-go. And 58% of the American people, latest Rasmussen poll, 58% favor repeal. Don't believe anybody in these exit polls from the election that say it's number four. It's not number four. Fifty-eight percent want health care repealed. They don't want any part of it. They know it's destructive. If I were you, Cheryl, join me in siding with the American people over George Soros.

CALLER: Yes, I do. I worked with the Tea Party. And we already had coverage to children to 26 years of age, and we had coverage for the poor people in Arizona anyway.

RUSH: That's right.

CALLER: In every state, I believe.

RUSH: It's called the emergency room.

CALLER: Well, yeah, and Medicaid.

RUSH: Right. It really is. Here's the thing. I'm glad you called, Cheryl. And I say this with all humility. I will tell you when it's time to panic. If you tune in and I'm not here for ten straight working days, then you can panic. And if you haven't heard anything about it, then it's time to panic, otherwise don't.

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