Great Britain’s National Health Service is unable to fulfill its most basic function. No, I’m not even talking about medical care. I’m talking about feeding patients.
RUSH: I simply proclaim the inevitability of gay marriage, and you would think that God has spoken on this. Honestly! On the left, you would think God has spoken on this... From on high, El Rushbo has proclaimed it and therefore it must be.
RUSH: It boils down to natural evolution of one half of the culture in this country combined with the fact there's no pushback on where it's headed. So it's inevitable.
RUSH: This guy is out of the New Castrati, and he's part and parcel of the culture. This is the kind of behavior that the left and the media cause with all of these never-ending frenzies and crises. It's how you can get a kid thrown out of school for a Pop Tart shaped like a gun! You have an accident that occurs. It is assumed that it will happen everywhere now because the country's flawed.
RUSH: I have now crossed over from a straight political analyst to a celebrity who made news... That makes me A-List, baby. A-List.
RUSH: They're globally admired in a way that I'm not. So my self-esteem is wounded by not being an Obama. I want to be an Obama, and they won't let me be one, and that isn't fair. Now my self-esteem is wounded, and I'm hurt. So I want to be considered an Obama -- and don't you dare tell me that I can't be an Obama just 'cause I'm not an Obama! Just because, by definition, I'm not a member of the family? That doesn't matter to me! I want to be one. So the law has got to change. If I want to be an Obama, my civil rights are being denied.
RUSH: Take the Widow Windsor in the DOMA case... If Edie Windsor, the woman in this case, and her partner were sisters, she'd have to pay this tax. So why isn't it discrimination that sisters cannot marry in order to avoid this tax?
RUSH: ABC has a show in primetime called Wife Swap. They do. They have a program called Wife Swap, and last night they swap a Tea Party activist with a polyamorous family. I'm not kidding you. The Tea Partiers are painted as the Bible-thumping freaks, and the polyamorous family is portrayed as the open-minded, full of love, and sympathetic bunch.
RUSH: We don't reject these olive branches out of hand by any stretch of the imagination. One thing you can say about these libertarian college students as opposed to the mind-numbed robots of the left: At least they are actively engaged thinkers. I don't know if there's any question about that.
RUSH: We're in the midst of mob rule. There is no other way to characterize this. Ridicule and wear down any person or institution that does not relent.
RUSH: You talk about how polarized are we, how sensitized...