RUSH: Hazel, Wichita, Kansas. I'm glad you waited. Welcome to EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Oh, what an honor.
RUSH: Thank you.
CALLER: Even though the first time I listened to you -- my husband made me listen -- I didn't think you would last.
CALLER: He made me listen for a week, and I'm still listening, and I love you so much.
RUSH: I really thank you very much for that.
CALLER: My question is I've got a dilemma. We always have big family reunions, and we have a lot of progressive Democrats in our family.
RUSH: Yeah. We all do now and then.
CALLER: Would it be the right thing to serve them your tea?
RUSH: Right thing? Yeah, heck, yes! Oh, my gosh, yes, absolutely. No pun intended, it could be one of the greatest ice breakers there is. And if it's not an ice breaker, what an interesting conversation your reunion will have.
CALLER: Oh, yeah, that's what I thought.
RUSH: 'Cause I guarantee you, the libs -- sorry -- the progressives in your family don't like me will not be able to help themselves, they're going to love the tea because it's the best tea out there. I think it's a wonderful idea. I thank you very much for even considering that. You cannot go wrong doing it.
RUSH: You know, ladies and gentlemen, I have to tell you, this woman that wants to serve Two If By Tea at her family reunion, think of it, Madam, like a peace pipe you don't have to smoke. It's exactly what it's gonna end up being. It's happened before. People have served Two If By Tea to their communist family members, and it has worked out. They're shocked -- frankly, they're stunned -- that it's good.