RUSH: All right, let me just tell you about it. We have a new Facebook page, and the Facebook page is: Rush Babes for America. It's at Facebook.com/RushBabesforAmerica. Let me tell you what Rush Babes for America is all about. It's the National Organization for Rush Babes. Snerdley is looking at this with wide eyes like, "My dream has come true!" You're thinking we're gonna start collecting pictures again, aren't you? No, no, no. It's not about that.
Rush Babes for America, also known as the National Organization for Rush Babes, is a Facebook page dedicated to the millions of conservative women who know what they believe in: family, American values, and not being told by faux feminist groups how to think. We've been working on the page for a while, and today is the launch. And here's the reason. As you know, some day (I forget the exact date) later this month the feminazis are gonna be working with Media Matters for America kicking off some giant program.
It's some coordinated plan to have me taken off the air, under the premise that women hate this program and that this program is an unfriendly environment for women, that this program laughs at, impugns, makes fun of women. Of course, the flaw in this is the National Organization for Women thinking that they speak for women. If there was ever a group that speaks for an almost infinitesimal minority of women, it's the NAGs. But this is all part of Obama's and the Democrat Party's so-called War on Women.
And I know that there are a number of you women in this audience who are fed up with hearing that Republicans want to take away your birth control. You know what I thought about doing today, Snerdley? In conjunction with the Facebook Rush Babes for America page, I thought of limiting calls only to women. You know, we used to do this in the early days. I know we haven't done it in ages. It was fun. We'd take calls only from women who have had Republicans take away their contraception.
We would have no calls!
That's precisely the point.
Yet the Democrats, Media Matters, Obama, the left, and the NAGs are on this faux War on Women where Republicans want to take away their contraception. Republicans want to deny them their contraception, deny them their birth control pills, deny them their fun, don't want to pay for their contraception, whatever it is. But I know, and you know, that this whole War on Women thing is a joke and a distraction to get people not paying attention to Obama's dismal economic policies and their results.
I've been tired for a long time of these faux female groups, which are really nothing but groups of liberals. The National Organization for Women is not a female organization. It's a liberal organization disguised as a group that's interested in the rights of women. These groups, they happen to have "woman" or "women" in their names and they're claiming to represent all women. And, in reality, they represent a tiny number of highly agitated activist types. They're basically miserable and unhappy women, for whatever reason.
And they've turned 'em into liberal activists and agitators and community organizers. So I wanted to come up with a contrast to the NAGs, to the NOW gang -- just all of the women in this country and in this audience -- as a means of contrast. So we start this group dedicated to the values that most women hold dear: family, the American values of the founding, freedom, and capitalism. And most important of all: Not being told by anybody else how or what to think!
The National Organization for Women and their simpaticos, like the mainstream media, want to project this image that all women think alike, that they're all "feminists" in the activist liberal sense; that they're monolithic, that they all think and act and do the same things. So what Rush Babes for America is about is posting stories and ideas that happen here on the program (and occasionally elsewhere) and inviting all of you to participate in conversations on Facebook with other women about what matters to you. As a means of demonstrating just what a minority the National Organization for Women and its so-called affiliates really are.
So you go to Facebook.com/RushBabesforAmerica, and if you like the page, you're in. That's all you gotta do, click on "like it" and you are in.
Now, here's an example of what I'm talking about. This is a story, Michelle Malkin's new website, Twitchy. "Obama’s ‘Million Dollar Man’ Bill Maher Attacks Bristol Palin Again." See, Bill Maher can go out and he can attack conservative women all day and he can call them the most disgusting names, and the National Organization for Women will not condemn him. They will not condemn President Obama for accepting a million-dollar donation from Bill Maher.
See, Bill Maher's a liberal. Bill Maher is a liberal comedian on an approved pop culture television network, HBO, and so he must be protected. He must be supported. So Bill Maher can run around and conduct his own War on Women, as long as it's against conservative women. And, by the way, now he's attacking Bristol Palin and our own president has said families are off-limits, but not to Bill Maher. And where are the NAGs? Not criticizing him. A misogynist donates a million dollars to the Obama campaign and with that million dollars has bought himself protection from the left for waging War on Women. Bill Maher wages War on Women more than anybody I know. I don't care what their political leanings are. But he's bought himself protection. The million-dollar donation to Obama means he's off-limits. Not even being protected. He's amplified, supported, encouraged.
"Come on, Rush he's a comedian. He's not nearly as serious as you are. Not nearly the impact as you have." The left thinks he does. That's why they try to protect him. And what's his shtick? His shtick is to stick it to women, cleverly targeting conservative women, knowing that that'll shield him from any criticism from the left. So Bill Maher has attacked Bristol Palin again.
"#LeviJohnston having baby named Beretta after fav gun;Bristol will name her next kid Colt 45.After what shes drinking when she gets pregnant," is one of Maher's tweets. It's a harmless, some say, little joke, but once again it is an attack. Meanwhile, liberal women get their little feelings hurt when they enter the political arena and get criticized, and they run for protection to the White House, and they scream, "It's not fair, it's not fair!" Meanwhile, the left, not just Bill Maher, folks, the left and these people constantly, even to this day, are trying to destroy Sarah Palin, now her family, I should say continuing.
So examples like this will be posted at Rush Babes for America, and you can do the same. I just wanted to alert you to it because really the whole point of this is, you know, I remember watching once, I think it was Tom Brokaw, NBC, covering a National Organization for Women convention in New Orleans. And whatever they said in their speeches and their policy announcements, that's what was the official political position of women in America. All women support Roe v. Wade. All women want government to buy birth control pills. All women want everything liberalism wants. And yet the membership of this group has never been higher than 250 or 300,000, and the attendance at their conventions is never high, and yet 30 of them will show up at a protest march, and there are the networks to cover it. Thirty of them, speaking for all women.
And I happen to know the women in this audience in total number dwarf the membership of the National Organization for Women, and yet there they are teaming up with Media Matters, a combined program designed to convince everybody I should be taken off the air. Well, what about the women who listen to this program? What about the women who like this program? What about the women who believe in this program? What about the women who agree with the political concepts, the values, the objectives as stated by your host on this program? What of them, what of all of you women who seemingly don't exist to the media, to the National Organization for Women. There are many, many more of you than there are of them. And Rush Babes for America at Facebook is where you go to be officially counted and tabulated and to make a difference. To make a difference: www.Facebook.com/RushBabesforAmerica. It's only the beginning.