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RUSH: Barack Oblame-o has been in office nearly six months longer than John Kennedy was president. Can you imagine how absurd it would be to have heard Kennedy still blaming Eisenhower for the state of the economy by this point in his presidency?
RUSH: It was revised up to 380 from 377. Exactly what we predicted last week.
RUSH: This is one of the reasons why they're very disturbed at multiple levels of the Democrat machine, including the media. They're very concerned about this whining and blaming Bush, because at some point you're admitting you're incompetent.
CALLER: We heard about the stimulus package and I work in construction....I was looking forward to working on the infrastructure -- the bridges, roads, everything... As soon as it got passed, work stopped.
RUSH: Everything that has happened has been his choice. Everything that he's done has his signature on it. It's his recipe. It was his kitchen. It was his oven, and it was his cake that he baked with all of these things in it.
AXELROD DECEMBER 21, 1994: [A]s you cite these statistics that say the economy is improving, you almost do political damage to yourself. If you stand up and claim great progress, you're only frustrating this alienated middle class more...
RUSH: Lakes of methane on the moon Titan of Saturn. Is that from dinosaurs? Plants? Where the hell did the methane come from? Cows farting? Where are they?
RUSH: This is not who they thought Romney was gonna be. I don't think McCain would've done this.
RUSH: I haven't laughed like this in too long, folks.
RUSH: Lutz, former General Motors vice-chairman, who's blaming me for the failure of the Volt, says that all the businessmen he talks to are worried about this administration, worried about the economy, solidly behind the Republican Party.