RUSH: I got it from a reliable source, a source I implicitly and deeply trust. There's an Obama ad: "Vote like your lady parts depend on it." Now, stop and think about that for just a second. You talk about demeaning women? Women have been reduced to body parts? I mean, if it's a strip club, that's one thing, but this is a presidential campaign. Talk about only caring about sex organs and not their minds? Where are the feminazis on this?
So they went to the coach of the Ravens, John Harbaugh, and said (paraphrased quotes), "Coach, what are you gonna do here? How are you gonna keep your locker room from becoming a circus? You've got one player advocating for gay marriage and then you've got Matt Birk saying, 'Wait a minute. I don't want people to get the wrong idea. The NFL players are not universally in favor of redefining what marriage has meant.'"
Birk, by the way, is a Harvard graduate. He was an economics major at Harvard. So he might not-a gotten the full indoctrination treatment there. He's actually a Catholic and a pro-life activist, but they went to Harbaugh and they said, "John, Coach, what are you gonna do about this?" He said, "Well, I'm not gonna encourage it; I'm not gonna discourage it. As long as everybody respects everybody else's opinion, that's the main thing. We talk about politics, religion, movies. It's okay to have an opinion."
Yeah, but for how long?
I was shocked when I saw this.
RUSH: That's right, ladies, vote your body parts. Vote your body parts. And while you're at it, vote for your babies, too. Here's Jack, Alexandria, Virginia, hello.
CALLER: Hey, Rush. How you doing today?
RUSH: Jack, I'm doing great. Thank you.
CALLER: Good. Hey, I had a question, I had a comment for you about Obama and his main kind of message for the economy, and the way I see it, he says, "You know, things aren't really doing too good, we know that, the facts aren't there, but look how it would have been if I didn't do all these good things I did." So, basically, the point is that Obama's main fiscal point he's running on is a hypothetical. And, you know, politicians generally don't deal with hypotheticals at all for a whole bunch of reasons that we know, but Obama's campaign is based on this hypothetical that says "look what could have happened if I didn't do this," or it's kind of like asking people to make believe. "You know, what if I didn't do this, it could have been so much worse."
RUSH: He's got no other choice. He can't run on what he's actually done. What he's really saying is things coulda been worse.
RUSH: That's what Clinton was saying, it coulda been worse. It would have been worse without my policies, without my plans. By the way, the Obama campaign, the regime just took down the lady parts page on their website. They just took it down.
CALLER: Uh-huh. Uh-huh. I think Romney needs to get out there and say, "Look, you know, it could have been better. Look, if a Republican was there for the last four years and didn't do all these destructive things Obama wanted, it could have been better." Or at least point out that he's just not even running on reality --
RUSH: No, the thing to say is, it couldn't have been any worse. This is the worst recovery in history. It's the worst recover since the Depression. And, by the way, I don't want to get into what Romney ought to say. I've tried that game. You're always disappointed. They haven't asked me and they won't ask me. If they did, I'd tell 'em. But I don't like playing what Mitt Romney ought to say. You're just setting yourself up for disappointment, 'cause they're not gonna say what you think ought to be said nine out of ten times. But, having said that, if this whole thing comes up, Obama says, (imitating Obama) "If it weren't for my policies, things would have been even worse." Romney should say: "No, it can't get any worst. This is the worst recovery since the Depression. It can't get any worse, unless you stay in office," something like that.