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Larry Flynt Endorses Mark Sanford (Who Could've Used Some Tetracycline)

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RUSH: Larry Flynt. Let's go up to sound bite 14.

Oh, yeah, folks. Larry Flynt has decided he's gonna endorse Mark Sanford for Congress in South Carolina. I met Governor Sanford once at a wedding. A friend of mine got married in Charleston, South Carolina, and Governor Sanford was there. He was a nice guy. You remember him. He fell in love with an Argentine babe and just lost it. He needed that antibiotic. He fits the bill of this story that I've got in the stack. I better find this since I've referenced it. Let me see... Here it is. I'm lucky today. I dug deep and found the first thing I came across.

"Antibiotic Protects Men from Attractive Women." This is from Real Clear Science. "Heterosexual men mentally melt in the presence of attractive women. As Tom Jacobs writes in Pacific Standard," whatever that is, "even the very thought of possibly interacting with a woman is enough to 'temporarily impede men's mental abilities.'" Next paragraph: "Of course, women know this, and some use it to their advantage. (Companies also know this, and they use it to their advantage, too: During my years in graduate school, many of the biotech sales reps were unusually attractive women.)

"Men feel more trusting toward women who cause them to be sexually aroused, even if there is no good justification for it -- just like when Indiana Jones totally fell for that sexy Nazi chick in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade." Low-information news, folks. Real Clear Science blog. A real life circumstance they're writing about is related to what happened in a movie, which was scripted and written. It never did really happen. There is no Indiana Jones; he didn't fall for a Nazi chick. But Roger Ebert saw it and wrote about it, so it's real. "Is there a way for men to avoid these devilish 'honey traps'?"

Have you heard that term, "honey trap"? How long have you heard that term? I'm serious. (interruption) Okay, 1960s right. It's a very old term. Again, this is Real Clear Science. I want to read to you what this guy says about the term "honey trap." He writes, "It's unknown if the 'honey trap' is named after CNBC's anchor formerly known as the 'Money Honey.'" Honey trap has nothing to do with the Money Honey on CNBC, but this guy's historical reference is that. Anyway, the antibiotic is Minocycline. It's m-i-n-o-c-y-c-l-i-n-e, Minocycline.

"Minocycline is typically used to treat acne, but it can also reduce symptoms associated with mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia and depression, and it can improve decision-making. This latter effect was analyzed further in a study described in Scientific Reports." Can boys get Minocycline over-the-counter at age 15? Don't know. Never heard of it. My guess is if it's an antibiotic and it's an acne pimple zit medicine, this is pretty powerful stuff, so you probably have to have a prescription for this. You can get the morning-after pill over-the-counter now. Parents don't know; nobody needs to know. You don't even really know what it's doing, but you can get it.

So we've got instant birth control now. The birth control pill is history. You don't need to take the pill now. You can go out and live it up and head to the pharmacy and grab one of these morning-after pills and take it. From age 15 on, parents can't stop it; can't know. Nobody can stop it. So, anyway, "Japanese researchers recruited about 100 men to play a trust game using photographs of women. In the game, each man was given 1300 Yen (approx. $13) and asked to rate the attractiveness," and they discovered that men they lost all ability to reason and be rational the presence or the proximity of beautiful women. That was it. So that's that story.

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RUSH: You know, folks, if this is true -- by the way, Minocycline is just tetracycline. It's acne pimple zit medicine. If this is true, stop and think of something here. If tetracycline can stop men from becoming babbling idiots in front of beautiful women, think about how that would level the playing field for unattractive women. We wouldn't have needed feminism! If, essentially, you can cancel the unfair advantage beautiful women have in attracting men, we would not have needed feminism. We coulda just required that men take tetracycline and that would have been the end of it. I'm also stunned that a lot of people do not know what a honey trap is. Folks, it's pretty self-explanatory out there. The honey -- as in woman -- trap, and it's rooted in the belief that men will wilt and become powerless to resist and will do whatever they have to do to please a woman they think is attractive or beautiful.

Larry Flynt endorsed Mark Sanford for Congress, and here is why...

FLYNT: [N]o one has done more to expose the sexual hypocrisy of traditional values in America today. Mark Sanford has demonstrated by his words and deeds that traditional values are shameful and that he will not live by such rules. His open embrace of his mistress in the name of love, breaking his sacred marriage vows, was an act of bravery that has drawn my support. My endorsement has not been an easy decision for me. Even though Mark Sanford has emerged as the leader, he lied to his wife, he lied to his children, and he lied to the people of South Carolina. Despite his journey down this Appalachian Trail of deceit, I support him for exposing the hypocrisy of traditional values.

RUSH: So! (chuckling) How can he lose in modern America? We'll translate that when we get back.

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RUSH: Back to this Larry Flynt sound bite. It may have been hard to hear. It's a YouTube video from his website. Larry Flynt is paralyzed, in a wheelchair. The publisher of Hustler magazine has offered millions of dollars for evidence anybody who can prove that Republicans have been unfaithful in marriage and so forth. He posted yesterday a video on his YouTube channel endorsing Mark Sanford for Congress in South Carolina.

Mark Sanford, as you know, fell in love while he was married, while he was governor, with a woman in Argentina -- and just lost it. I mean, he went down to Argentina; nobody knew he was there. He told his wife he was hiking the Appalachian Trail. I mean everything this tetracycline story says happened to him. He just totally lost it, lied to people, and disappeared. His aides-de-camp didn't know where he was. He was so much in love that he finally held a press conference!

(paraphrased) "I'm so in love, I love this woman so much, I'm gonna give it all away! I'm gonna give up everything. The governorship, I'm gonna quit!" Now he's back, and Larry Flynt thinks, "This is the best thing that ever happened to me," who wants to torpedo traditional values. So he endorsed this guy. So what Larry Flynt said... Here, listen. Let's play it again here 'cause we were really under the gun time-wise. I want you to listen to this. Turn the radio up. There's a lot of music in it, and Flynt, of course, his voice has been affected by his injuries and his paralysis. So he can be a little hard to understand. I don't want any try to read this to you myself. It is far more impactful, powerful, when you hear it from Larry Flynt himself.

FLYNT: [N]o one has done more to expose the sexual hypocrisy of traditional values in America today. Mark Sanford has demonstrated by his words and deeds that traditional values are shameful and that he will not live by such rules. His open embrace of his mistress in the name of love, breaking his sacred marriage vows, was an act of bravery that has drawn my support. My endorsement has not been an easy decision for me. Even though Mark Sanford has emerged as the leader, he lied to his wife, he lied to his children, and he lied to the people of South Carolina. Despite his journey down this Appalachian Trail of deceit, I support him for exposing the hypocrisy of traditional values.

RUSH: I mean, that is just absolutely hilarious. Here's Larry Flynt who despises traditional values, and thinks that endorsing Sanford -- a guy who blew 'em all to smithereens -- was worth it. I don't know if it's gonna help or hurt Sanford, or what have you. 

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RUSH: To Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, and John. Thank you for waiting, sir. Great to have you here.

CALLER: Thanks, Rush. I live in the First Congressional District in South Carolina, where Mark Sanford's running against Colbert Busch. And Nancy Pelosi and the national Democrats have rained down a series of ads with more than a million dollars, worse than the wind and rain in any hurricane. It has an interesting effect. Colbert Busch went to a show where Mark Sanford was also there called Politics and Pork last night, stayed five minutes and got the bum's rush. People in South Carolina do not like people from the outside coming and tell us how to run our politics.

RUSH: Okay, now, hang on just a second here. I'm trying to keep up. You say that Sanford was somewhere last night doing something?

CALLER: At an event called Politics and Pork along with Colbert Busch.

RUSH: Okay, so she was supposed to be there?

CALLER: She did appear for five minutes, made no substantive comments -- and left out the book door after five minutes, refusing to answer any questions.

RUSH: Okay. Did Pelosi show up?

CALLER: No. (chuckles) Pelosi just sends the checks.

RUSH: Okay, that's where I lost you. You said "outsiders." You're saying that Colbert Busch is an outsider?

CALLER: Colbert Busch is a long term... The Colbert family. Stephen Colbert is her brother, eight or 10 kids. They've been in Charleston for a long time. However the odd thing about these ads, Rush, is that not a single one of this torrent of ads tells anything about why Colbert should get elected. It is why Sanford is not to be trusted.

RUSH: Well, that's the way Obama's campaign was against Romney. It was total search-and-destroy. Look, here's the thing about it. I know the specifics of what's going on in South Carolina. I know that Colbert Busch doesn't have the slightest clue. I know that the only thing to recommend Colbert Busch is that her brother has a TV show on Comedy Central. That's it. Probably a lot of people in South Carolina know that, too. Mark Sanford brings his own baggage to this, but it's wide out in the open.

He got Larry Flynt's endorsement. He's being up front and honest about it. He's got previous experience, governor and all this kind of thing. The Democrats are salivating over winning the House in 2014. They are. They can taste it, they can feel it, and that's all this is. They don't care about Colbert Busch. I mean, you've nailed it. They're not gonna run one ad extolling her virtues or her superiority on issues, 'cause it isn't about that.

This is about making sure that Mark Sanford doesn't win, and all they're gonna do is bombard everybody in that state with a bunch of negative ads destroying his reputation and character even beyond what he did himself. It's gonna be relentless. A million dollars has come from outside the state. Now, you're saying that South Carolinians don't like all this money coming in from outside to affect their race? Is that what you're saying?

CALLER: 'Cause they don't like it, and half of South Carolina, like half the country, has been through a divorce. The fact that this one's ugly is not uncommon. Most South Carolinians simply respect Sanford for what he did as governor and what he did as a congressman, and the only thing notable that Colbert Busch has done is to receive support from and promise to be the voice in Washington for the labor unions that were trying to stop Boeing from coming here.

RUSH: If you look at the bio page on Elizabeth Colbert Busch's website, it features three pictures of her brother -- the nerd TV host -- and four pictures of her. In her bio! But, again, folks, this is nothing more than the Democrats desperate to win the House in 2014. They figure that they're going to keep the Senate. If they win the House, they have their banana republic. How else would you look at it? They'll have one-party rule. There will be nothing to stop them.

(New Castrati impression) "Mr. Limbaugh, you are worried about nothing. Obama and the Democrats had one-party rule for Obama's first two years." Yeah, but Obama had problems, like reelection and so forth. Obama had to rein himself in to some extent. That isn't gonna be any of that this time. It is, "Katie, bar the door!" There will be no limits. Obama not running again, theoretically, so he doesn't have to worry. He's raising money left and right. It will not matter.

It'll be one party rule. There won't even be legislation. They'll just come up with ideas, rubber stamp 'em, have Obama sign 'em, and that's that. They won't wait the 10 to 15 years for this Obamacare thing to evolve to single payer; they'll just do it, for example. But they're hoping they can win here with an almost celebrity. That's what they're doing in the case of this race. But winning it is... Well, look, don't misunderstand. That's what politics is: Winning elections. So I'm not criticizing that. I just want everybody to know what the result will be if they win the House and what we're headed for. 

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