RUSH: Here is Lynn in Lincoln, Nebraska. I'm glad you waited. Welcome to the program.
CALLER: You got me thinking yesterday. I've been dying to talk to you. I was gonna call Hannity and Laura Ingraham, but I thought, "No, you're the only person who could talk in these terms." I'm a social psych major and a nurse. And I worked in human services with people for years and years and years, and not rich people so they would get themselves in trouble. But the one thing they will have in common usually is they had a personality disorder that... You know, and people can have 'em on a scale of one to ten. You know, I mean, you know, different skills, and you can function. But when they got older, it got harder and harder for them to function. So --
RUSH: Personality disorder sounds right up Hannity's alley.
RUSH: Just kidding! I'm just kidding. He would have been perfect. He could have answered this just fine and dandy for you, but I'm glad you called me.
CALLER: Well, I wanted to hear what you had to say, 'cause you can talk to the everyday person more. I didn't know if he wanted to deal with that. Anyway, I started writing down things you were saying about the administration and Obama in clinical terms. And I came up with symptoms, and he has visions of grandeur.
CALLER: He has delusions. He's delusional about himself, and delusional about what he can do to the United States.
RUSH: You know better than I. If you're a psych major, you know better. My opinion is that he's a guy who's been sheltered and protected and told he's special all his life and really never been told "no" on major things. He's had the way paved for him because he's special and has had a lot of hangers on. And by the same token when he runs into genuine opposition, he doesn't like it. It's not that he doesn't understand it. He doesn't like it. He considers it insolence and lashes out at it, and I think liberalism itself is a personality disorder, just to start with. But I think he's got all the symptoms of narcissism without any question about it. But you, actually, as the psych major would be qualified to say it. I'm glad you called, though. I wish I had more time. Snerdley, get her phone number. We'll call her back. Don't hang up, Lynn!