RUSH: This Scott Brown business. Grab sound bites 22 and 23. This is great. Scott Brown is running against Elizabeth Warren for the Senate in Massachusetts, and she made some dig about the fact that she had never taken off her clothes, as he did (he posed for Cosmo or some such thing) and Scott Brown said, "Thank God," she never did, and everybody's just wound up over this. Warren started it with a cheap shot at a debate Tuesday in Lowell, Massachusetts. The moderator starts it...
MODERATOR: To help pay for his law school education Scott Brown po... posed for Cosmo. How did you pay for your college education?
WARREN: I kept my clothes on.
RUSH: And during the interview on a radio program one of the hosts had this little exchange with Brown.
RADIO HOST: Have you officially, uh, responded to Elizabeth Warren's comment about how she didn't take her clothes off?
BROWN: (laughing) Thank God!
RADIO HOST: (laughing)
RUSH: (laughing) Oh, yeah! And now? Now the feminazis are livid, and why? Because he nailed it! Damn right thank God she never took her clothes off, and you're just not supposed to say it. She can say what she wants 'cause she's the girl. But that was mean. He can't say those kinds of things. He didn't call her any names. He just said, "Thank God." He just said, "Thank God," and everybody laughed about it. It was great comedy 'cause it had an element of truth in it. Hee-hee-hee-hee-hee-hee. Well, that's one of the requirements, I think, of good comedy.