The New York Times is worried about newspapers with an agenda.
RUSH: I was frustrated by this whole topic yesterday, and I was concerned that when I started talking about the productive aspects of work that it would be taken as an insult to police officers and firefighters and teachers.
RUSH: When they're running ads in June to a group that traditionally votes 93% for the Democrat, then, folks, you have to say that they are in heap big trouble. A little Elizabeth Warren lingo out there.
RUSH: People in the media and on the Democrat side of the aisle are coming right up against the reality here that this guy can lose. They have been under the impression that his reelection was a slam dunk.
RUSH: When he says, "The private sector is doing fine," he says that with a smirk. He says it with resentment.
RUSH: What they're voting on in North Dakota today is whether or not to pass a constitutional amendment to eliminate property taxes. And do you know why? It's because they are so flush with tax revenue.
RUSH: Last night in Green Bay, correspondent Matt Smith talked to Obama and said, "A lot of Democrats are upset that you didn't campaign for Tom Barrett."
RUSH: A couple things here about Apple, Incorporated. One of them personal. Yesterday was a big day.
RUSH: Obama and Axelrod running around, "The economy needs more jobs teachers, firefighters, and cops." Those are municipal jobs.
RUSH: Democrats and Republicans alike are complaining about a cascade of national security leaks from the regime.