RUSH: We're gonna be rotating a bunch of themes as our update for low-information voter news.... Sam Cooke: Wonderful World. Singing to Obama...
RUSH: Nobody's that sure of themselves, and it rubs them the wrong way. So I tried to dial that back. I tried to sound less confident. I tried to sound boring. I don't know how to do that.
RUSH: See, this is the difference between me and a lot of people. I don't care. If they want to buy a Rolls, I don't care. Doesn't matter to me.
RUSH: We know that it's not the flu slowing down the economy! We know it's not the flu that has the economy near a standstill.
RUSH: My birthday is tomorrow, and they know I despise this kind of attention and having a big deal made out of it because, other than in a Third World country or New York City, the only thing about a birthday is that you made it through another year. Everybody has one. There's no great accomplishment in a birthday.
RUSH: I hate to break this to you....
RUSH: That is what guides every news cycle: Where in today's events can we glom on in a way to blame Republicans, blame conservatives, and do our best to get people blaming them and hating them so they never vote for them? That's the objective. That's the agenda.
RUSH: Some moderate Republican from Georgia has already made my prediction come true yesterday, that we need to "get serious" about gun control.
RUSH: Do you remember the story I've told a couple of times when I lived in Sacramento, October of '84 to June of '88. My first real house. I mean, I had a shack in Overland Park, Kansas. I don't really count that.
CALLER: I'm a telecommunications student at the University of Florida, and it kind of goes hand-in-hand with the journalism school there... One of the things they teach us early on is that the people that we tell the news to and the stories, they're not very smart. They're not as smart as us so we gotta dumb down the stories for them.
RUSH: The people who believe this stuff, who show up to vote, outnumber us. In a sane world, Pelosi would be institutionalized. She'd be wearing a white straitjacket, and there would be people really worried about her. Instead, she's an oracle.
Last month, our FBI finally got around to questioning the guy for a couple hours in the presence of a Tunisian judge. Now he's been released by another Tunisian judge, citing "lack of evidence." The UK Daily Mail describes the release of this suspect as a "blow to Obama." Yes, to Obama. Ambassador Christopher Stevens was unavailable for comment.