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RUSH: A little low-information reach-out here. Just stick with me on this.
RUSH: It turns out that Tony was watching the Fox Business Channel, and he was ticked off at listening to all the liberals there. And I said, "Well, Tony, then stop listening to them. Stop watching those people." That became this on Politico today. Headline: "Rush Limbaugh Tells Caller Not to Watch Fox."
RAFAEL CRUZ: I grew up in Cuba under a strong military, oppressive dictatorship. So as a teenager I found myself involved in a revolution. I remember during that time a young charismatic leader rose up talking about hope and change. His name was Fidel Castro.
RUSH: One of the things that I have mentioned many times and believed is that Obama wants amnesty to die in the House so that he could use this against the Republicans as a campaign issue for the House and Senate in 2014.
RUSH: Dennis, don't worry. They're gonna have 10 years to lose weight. Remember, they're not gonna get Obamacare for 10 years. Ahem. Ahem. That's what the law says. (interruption) What? (interruption) Right. That's what the law says today.
GINGREY: Well, we want to know what they knew and when they knew it, and who they talked to. We want to know e-mails. We want to find out exactly who talked them into this one year delay, Greta. Was it just small-business people, or, call me a cynic, was it possibly some Democratic senators who are up for reelection in 2014?
RUSH: I know this is gonna appeal to a lot of people. Larry is saying, "Rush, the people of this country, they ain't working anymore. They won't work. They're being paid not to. They're eating. They're watching TV. They're using their phones. They're driving around. Why work?"
RUSH: For 25 years what's happened to you has happened to a lot of people. They read the media or they hear this or that and they think that I'm, you know, racist, sexist, bigot, homophobe. Then they listen for a while and find it's not true. I've hoped that at some point in 25 years, everybody would find out it's not true.
CALLER: I think we need to say this, 'cause the deal is, like you said during your breaks, you hear that commercial running over and over again using conservative people that keep hammering home our broken immigration system. Our immigration system is not broken.
CALLER: My grandfather... Well, my great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather, so it's with six "greats." He actually is John Hart, was one of the 56 men who signed the Declaration. In your father's speech, he actually summarized his life after the signing. So I took the speech home. I've got three skulls full of mush at home ranging from 14 to 18, and the morning of the fourth -- Independence Day -- we sat them down, and the first thing that I said was I asked them if they knew what happened after the men signed the Declaration.
RUSH: The National Anthem for Piano. And, again, that's the son of my cousin, Stephen Limbaugh II, in Hollywood. You really have to see the video 'cause he's one of these Leonard Bernstein types who, you know, conducted in a wild fashion. Stephen plays in a wild fashion, and he's got a little George Bush bobblehead doll on the piano.