RUSH: It's Julian in Albuquerque. Hi, Julian. It's great to have you on the program. Hello.
CALLER: Hiya, Rush. Thank you for taking my call, and God bless you for all you do keeping us well informed. I want to tell you a little bit about when I heard you comment for the first time. Well, for the first time actually was for me when the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal, and second, when this lying imposter was elected to the presidency. But, you know, it... I became a proud American in my high school years, and served in Vietnam. Now, you know, my wife and I have a business. We're proud to be part of the Art Williams business. One of my proudest days was back in 1995 when my mechanic told me about you. Listening to you has been rewarding to me, and I wanted to call and thank you for that.
RUSH: Thank you! So you have a mechanic?
CALLER: Oh, yes. He's a friend of mine.
RUSH: That's cool! Do you have a pool guy, too?
RUSH: All right! All right.
CALLER: And one of your neighbors, of course, Art Williams is my other mentor other than you in my business, and that makes me to be a proud American, to be part of your listening audience and it's just great to talk with you.
RUSH: Thank you. Are you saying that this is the second time you've been ashamed of your country?
CALLER: Yeah, the first time was the Lewinsky scandal period.
RUSH: Yeah, Lewinsky.
CALLER: It was a shame to be an American then, and now with this Fugazy, as somebody called him, of a president was reelected, and this is a shame.
RUSH: You know, Julian, I have to tell you. It's guys like you that give us all hope. And I'm not kidding. I mean that seriously. It's people like you that give us hope. You said you served in Vietnam. Did you know that John Kerry did, too?
CALLER: Yes. I heard about that, but I don't know the full details.
RUSH: Well, he did. He did, but look, I'm being serious. It's people like you who give us hope. Julian, people like you are the Democrats' worst nightmare, and I want you to hang tough. In fact, if you have a mechanic, you probably have an iPad.
CALLER: No, I don't.
RUSH: You don't have an iPad?
CALLER: No. We've not been able to secure one yet.
RUSH: Well, would you like the full-fledged Retina 9.7-inch screen iPad, or do you want a Mini?
CALLER: Wow. Whichever one you have available, it would greatly help us in our business.
RUSH: Okay, I'll tell you what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna give you the Retina.
RUSH: The full-fledged 128-gigabyte storage. Since you're gonna use it in business, you'll need a lot of storage. So I'm gonna give you the full-fledged big one.
CALLER: Oh, my goodness.
RUSH: Because the iPad Mini, by the time we get to October, they're gonna have a Retina screen in it anyway, and I'd be giving you something that is not gonna be outdated, but it's gonna be improved by October.
RUSH: So you just hang on, okay, and Mr. Snerdley will get your information.
CALLER: God bless you, Rush. God bless you, and keep informing us.
RUSH: Julian, you're a great guy, great caller, and I'm really honored you're in the audience. Now, hang on so we can get your address. Do you want white or black?
CALLER: Doesn't matter. Black is maybe better.
RUSH: Oh, good, so you're not a racist, either. Excellent. Okay, so we'll send you a black iPad. It will be with AT&T, and we'll get it out today.