I think America has had enough; and today, Obama will get his turn to join the unemployment lines his policies have created.
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RUSH: My friends, I've been looking at all the data that you have been looking at. I've been trying to separate feelings from thoughts and come up with some sort of an educated prognostication. You know, common sense tells me this election isn't gonna be close and shouldn't be. And yet every poll, every single poll, has this race tied.
RUSH: I warned you Friday not to watch it. I knew what it was gonna be. If you were faint of heart, I said, don't watch it. What it was, the theme over the weekend and today is that Obama has all the momentum. He's got all the momentum. And you know why? Because of Hurricane Sandy's aftermath!
RUSH: I want to take you back, just to show you how on the cutting edge you are if you are a daily, regular listener to this program. We're gonna go back to February 27, 2009, Obama has been president for barely a month.
RUSH: I don't care what network, you don't hear any of these people talking about what happened in 2010.
CALLER: I don't see how anybody my age can not care enough about their future to give their vote to Obama.
RUSH: Let your fear work for you. Fear can be great motivator. Vote!
RUSH: It is really stunning to see how women are being insulted daily by the Obama campaign.
RUSH: Two years ago was 2010, which is what I think is the best indicator of what's gonna happen tomorrow. It's 2010. Not 2008, and not 2006, and not 2004, but 2010.
RUSH: After a direct question from Steve Kroft, Obama refused to call Benghazi terrorism in his 60 Minutes interview. They did not air that. They just made that available last Friday.
RUSH: This is as blatant a lie and a misstatement of fact as you can make.
RUSH: I can't tell you what a great end to the program you have provided.