With thousands of politicians vying for seats next week, it’s quite an achievement for a local politician to break through the noise and make a national name for himself.
RUSH: President Obama and the Greek column, Chris Christie, will be walking the coastline, viewing properties owned by the one-percenters, to whom Barack Obama has said, "You didn't build that. You didn't make that happen."
RUSH: It's fascinating to me to watch all this, to absorb all the polling data, like Quinnipiac is out, got Obama up five in Ohio, but Romney's winning independents left and right. So much of it is genuinely confusing.
RUSH: It's a racial thing... They look at Obama and feel sorry for him... There's sympathy. They actually think that, without advantages, African-Americans and other minorities, too, by the way, can't accomplish things. The country's too unfair. The country is too unjust. The founding of the country was a stacked deck, blacks never had a chance.
RUSH: The AP's upset that Romney is spending money in Wisconsin and Michigan and Minnesota. They're upset. Who does he think he is? Those are our states!
RUSH: He can't get his supporters out. He can't rally his supporters... She's got a point, as far as I'm concerned.
RUSH: Now, if Clinton said it, it would be a different thing.
RUSH: You got a second home? That's one more than you need!
RUSH: This hurricane is illustrating what Obama can't do, no president can do, and that's what this election's about. Too many people have turned over too much of their lives to government thinking government's the answer, government can give 'em health care, government can give 'em this. And government can't.
HALPERIN: I think there's three possible outcomes right now. Close Obama win, close Romney win, or big Romney win.
RUSH: You have this devastating storm. Who's trying to politicize it? Who's trying to turn this into his global warming event?