RUSH: Who's next on the phones? Mike in Madison, Wisconsin, great to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hey, Rush, you're the man! Nice speech at that CPAC. I love them.
RUSH: Thank you very much, sir. Appreciate that.
CALLER: Sorry about the wind noise, here. I'm trying to get my dog back inside quick.
RUSH: I can't hear the noise, I got enough noise that I'm hearing that I can't hear yours.
CALLER: He doesn't listen to anything. He's kind of a mutt so I named him Lefty. (chuckling) Here he is. Hey, you kind of touched on a little bit before with the auto dealerships and the auto salesmen. So I didn't have a whole lot more say on that but, you know, that was if the predatory lending stuff you were talking about. So I guess the only thing that I was gonna leave you with is just a comment that who needs a super PAC when you got the state treasure to send out $2,000 checks to buy votes?
RUSH: Well... (laughing)
CALLER: I mean, basically that's what he's doing --
RUSH: I know.
CALLER: We're borrowing money from China, bolstering their military, and buying Democrat votes.
RUSH: In a sense, you're exactly right. There's no question. I think what Obama's doing with all of this is just hideous. But his other super PACs... He's got two. He's got the media, he's got Big Labor, and I guess you can call ACORN a super PAC. Even without forming any! They're out there running around saying how unfair it is. You know, Obama is on record as hating super PACs. "I disavow them, I don't like them, I don't want any part of them," and now all of a sudden he's changed his mind. They're gonna have super PACs. Axelrod was asked about it and said, "Well, we have to win. We have to do whatever it takes to win. To hell with our core policy. To hell with our core beliefs, if it's gonna be super PACs out there, we're gonna get in on it," which is understandable.
"Who's gonna be paying for this?"
That's the question of the day.