This week, the largest federal government union will hold 100 protest rallies across the country. They’re calling it a “National Day of Protest” against Obama’s sequester -- which, by the way, failed to live up to the hype that it would devastate the economy. Nobody noticed it.
RUSH: I told you people this was coming. I warned you.
RUSH: His message was that the Republican consultant class is taking the party down the tubes, that they're making filthy amounts of money -- $150 million a campaign -- whether the candidate wins or loses.
RUSH: The problem here is that one side is dealing with this as a constitutional issue and the other side, Dianne Feinstein, is not. She's dealing with it purely as an emotional issue.
RUSH: This is Indiana in Hastings, Nebraska. Indiana... don't tell me. Let me guess your last name.
CALLER: I have a theory why part of the people may have stayed home and not voted, and I know it's gonna sound strange...
RUSH: If Obama's putting missiles in Alaska and they're telling us they're aimed at North Korea? If I lived where Palin lives, I'd be a little worried. Maybe aimed at her, using it as an excuse.
RUSH: I've got a lot of CPAC sound bites here, and a lot of the people that have spoken have really been great. They've raised the roof.