RUSH: I'm just looking at some videotape here, some Occupy protest somewhere. It was on MSNBC and it was total chaos. They didn't identify where it was. We have been talking the next phase of this Occupy stuff is pretty large civil disobedience. There are pockets of it that have sprung up in Oakland, Atlanta, other places, but that's the next phase of this, especially if ACORN is involved. And this is all part of a master plan to create unrest and chaos, general frustration, dispirit people who oppose President Obama. Everything that's going on here, folks, is designed to make it appear as though you and I are the smallest minority in the world. The country's passed us by, we are relics of a bygone era; we're not with it; we're not hip, and we're just supposed to slink away, fade away, shut up and let these people have what they want and do it the way they want to do it and it's over. They want a defeatist attitude in as many of us as they can create. It's all part of a plan and they're rolling this out, media paying attention to it, keeping it alive by design.
RUSH: Here's Louis in Columbia, Maryland. You're next on the Rush Limbaugh program. Hi.
CALLER: How you doing, Rush.
RUSH: Very good. Thank you very much.
CALLER: They asked me to jump right to the point. I'm going to community college right now --
CALLER: -- and having breakfast, and CNN was playing their morning show -- I don't remember what it was, but -- right on the screen popped up the Oakland riots, the ones that are going on right now with the Occupy Oakland groups, I guess.
RUSH: Yeah. They've had a couple instances, at least of unrest there.
CALLER: Right. And you were mentioning at the start of the show how the media was waiting for some Kent State-like something to fuel their fire on this.
RUSH: Yeah, yeah.
CALLER: And the CNN reporter, she's saying this, she's like, "This is a terrible incident," but they keep bringing it up the whole show. So it's like they're relishing in it. They're encouraging it.
CALLER: They're working right with it, you understand?
RUSH: They can't wait for the outbreak.
CALLER: Of course not.
RUSH: This is like waiting for the car wreck at a race. They're just hoping and praying. They want the unrest for Obama. They want the news; they want the excitement. I sense boredom in a lot of the media these days. I think a lot of the media is very bored.
RUSH: I mean, what else have they got to report but a bunch of college kids that smell like urine?
RUSH: Yeah. Smell like urine, look like urine.
CALLER: I'm not one of those, by the way.
RUSH: I can tell you're not. You don't sound like you smell like urine.
CALLER: Thank you.
RUSH: You bet. You can tell when somebody speaks, what they smell like. I'm good at this, I've made a lifetime of studying it, and you sounded clean as pure as the wind-driven snow.
CALLER: Why, thank you.
RUSH: You bet. All right, thanks for the call. I appreciate it. I do. I sense the media's bored. They're waiting, hoping for an outbreak. Really. I think something like Kent State happens -- you know, if law enforcement goes in there and fires on some of these protesters -- I think they're just gonna eat it up. Now, they won't say that. No, no, no, no! But you look. Something like that happens, you note the energy, "Breaking news!" for 24 hours. Because at these people, news is a repetitive cycle. And the repetitive cycle they hope for is a cycle which cements in their own minds their relevance and their power to shape and bend public opinion.