RUSH: Tim in San Diego, we go back to the phones, and you're next. Great to have you with us. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. I want to go quickly because I hope you'll have a few minutes at the end. I want to tell you my little theory that I think Apple products turned their users into liberals, but if I can --
RUSH: Ha! Okay.
CALLER: I'd like to take a stab at the elephant in the room that you mentioned regarding Jerry Sandusky.
RUSH: Yeah, okay.
CALLER: I think that the thing you said everybody is afraid to mention is that we're always told that homosexuals are not pedophiles, but in this case he sure was and the same thing with Michael Jackson. Is that what you had in mind?
RUSH: Not pedophiles, but I do think it's the elephant in the room that it's not called a homosexual problem or scandal or what have you, and the reason, there is a very powerful political gay movement, and it's oriented towards supporting the Democrat Party. Just like in every segment of society, not every gay person is a predator, just like not every man is a predator like the feminists tried to say. Every group of people has its own bad actors. But because the political aspects homosexuality, which they've got a very powerful lobby and they're liberal and they support the Democrat Party, they succeed in stifling conversation about it. And so you don't dare mention it. People don't mention it. It's like not showing cartoons of Muslims. You just don't go there because they wreak havoc on you, and it's the path of least resistance.
But, yeah, it's not so much pedophilia, although that's what this is, but it's Sandusky has to be a gay guy. Nobody's mentioning that aspect because it's too dangerous. And the reason why is because of the power of the gay lobby, which is very leftist. But I don't want to be misunderstood. Sandusky does not represent all of homosexuality, just like the priests in the Catholic church don't represent all of homosexuality, just like the aberrant criminals in heterosexual society don't represent all heterosexuals, but because the gay lobby is very powerful, people don't go there, people don't address it, they don't talk about it, and as such an element of the problem never gets dealt with.
CALLER: I agree.
RUSH: That's my only point.
CALLER: No, I agree, and what you're saying is that it's a small percentage, although if it turns out that Sandusky was pimping out children to big-money donors, you have a whole ring of gay pedophiles. But that doesn't fit the template.
RUSH: Well, there are people alleging that, but I haven't seen it alleged officially. I've seen it alleged by some journalists. That's not part of the grand jury report, is it?
CALLER: No, that was --
RUSH: I don't think it is. There are people alleging that Sandusky was pimping them out to donors, to big-time Penn State donors. That is a story that's out there. Now, I haven't mentioned it because you just did, but I haven't because it comes from fringe elements of media.
CALLER: Okay. Okay. Now, my main point was about Occupy Wall Street. Now that they have threatened to burn down Macy's, they have their own rape rooms, they walk around terrorizing schoolchildren, carrying AK-47s to shoot up the home of Dear Leader, they have, in my mind, officially crossed the line into being a domestic terrorist group.
CALLER: And I think that is why Barack Obama says he feels sympathy for their goals.
CALLER: I think if they really want to make this a better country they should occupy Walmart, go in there, spend a few dollars or occupy Walgreens or Wally World. What matters is just spend some money, and they'll do a lot more good than sitting around whining because as Bill Clinton might say, occupying Wall Street never fed a hungry child.
RUSH: You know what has been learned, Daily Caller and some other people have gotten the arrest records of some of the Occupy people that have been arrested and found where their parents live, found where they live, and they've found surprisingly, they think, a surprising number of really rich white kids make up this group. It's sort of like the same thing bunch of rich white people over in Europe who went nuts when they were talking about raising tuition over there. They were all rich kids, idle rich, spoiled brat kids joining the protest march for some fun. That's not all of Occupy, but a surprisingly large percentage of them come from very upper class backgrounds. They're just rebelling against their parents. Some of them have guilt over how wealthy their parents are, and they're trying to assuage it, so forth. It's a psychological mess.
But what it is more than anything else is a political movement that is orchestrated out of the White House via the Service Employees International Union and some other satellite unions. That's primarily what it is. It's an Obama effort to create chaos, it's all part of his reelection effort and it's to further notion, counterbalance the Tea Party. The purpose of this was to have it, hopefully, look like it was big, a national movement that represented a majority opinion that hated the same people Obama hates, or says he hates. He actually doesn't hate Wall Street; he's in bed with them actually. Now, what's your point about Apple products turning people into leftists?
CALLER: Well, the last time I talked to you I mentioned that I used a PC and your response was to say, "Ah, piece of junk." Now, I don't know what it is about Apple products that turn the users into elitists, but I've been dealing with Apple users for 20 years, and they all feel perfectly free to insult PC users.
RUSH: You know, you have a point. In the early days of Apple, it was, the users were a cult. They were a small bunch of people, small group of people who did think that they were using something superior to the masses, to everybody else. Apple's kind of grown beyond that now. Can't really say that Apple's customers are a cult anymore. It's not that PCs are known crap. Did I say that? I learned on Mac. I have parallels. There are some programs that I need that only run Windows, and it's obvious Windows is a imitation, it's a copy. I find it more difficult to use than Macintosh, other than the Mack OS, but I don't feel superior to anybody because of it. Now, I think some of the Mac people do, some of the Apple early adopters, yeah, it was a cult. It was so tiny a group of people. And you had the cult leader, Jobs. (interruption) Well, yeah, I'm not gonna say that, Snerdley. Get your own show and you can tell people what you think of PCs.
Do you think PCs are that or do you think Windows is that? Okay. Okay. All right. All right. Fine and dandy. A PC is a PC, right? It doesn't matter what PC you buy. I don't really know, because the software is what matters. No matter what PC you buy, you gotta put Windows on it and so they're all the same. Depends on the software. So how do you say that one PC is better than another? A lot of people like the Sony VAIO, but it's still a PC, runs Windows.
RUSH: Now, there's this "elephant in the room" business with Penn State, and about our recent caller: Some people in the media are trying to turn this around, and what they're saying is that the homosexual aspect of Sandusky was covered up because otherwise people would have to admit that a football coach was gay, "and that won't do. Can't have that. Can't have that big macho football department of Penn State be gay," so they covered it up. In other words, the point is that a lot of people are both sides of this are trying to cover up the gorilla in the room for fear of what it says. So, in other words: "If it weren't because of our homosexual bias, all of this would have been reported and stopped earlier." This is what some people are saying is that, "You know, Sandusky would have been shut down years ago if it weren't because of our homosexual bias." There's all kinds of talk about this, but it's whispered, "Bzz bzz bzz bzz bzz, bzz bzz bzz bzz bzz bzz bzz," and that's because it will bring politics into it from the left. The gay lobby is very liberal and very politically active and connected. It's one of those things that frightens a lot of people.