RUSH: You've got to hear something. Last night on Anderson Cooper 69, he opened his show this way.
COOPER: We begin tonight, as always, keeping 'em honest. Again tonight it is the Mubarak regime we hope to keep honest by pointing out the lies they continue to tell.
RUSH: Now, imagine if CNN devoted one broadcast to the lies of our regime. Look at what they openly say here. Anderson Cooper 69 says, "We begin tonight, as always, keeping 'em honest. Again tonight it is the Mubarak regime we hope to keep honest by pointing out the lies they continue to tell." No lies coming out of our regime. Nobody here is misrepresenting what's going on in Egypt. No, the only lies with coming from Mubarak and his regime. CNN is on the case. Anderson, if you're gonna go out there and check lies, I got a minefield for you.
You can start exploring in Washington, DC. There are all kinds of lies being told there, Anderson, and you don't have to go over to Egypt and get beat upside the head to find 'em. All right. Let's see. I don't know. I don't know if Anderson's back. I haven't seen CNN in I really can't tell you how long. I can't tell you the last time I've had CNN on. Honestly. I don't know if he's back or not. The sound bite here doesn't tell me where he is. It just says, "Last night on CNN's Anderson Cooper 69, he opened the show and said this about his show," and we played the sound bite. Where he is, where he was, where he's been, where he's going.
RUSH: I am told, ladies and gentlemen, Anderson Cooper is back home. Anderson Cooper is back in the United States, which is one reason he's probably talking so big. "Yeah, we're here to expose the lies of the Mubarak regime!" He wasn't talking that way they were beating him upside the head over there. Now he's back here with the safe confines of the Time Warner Center up there at Columbus Circle in New York, it's easy to talk big.