A KGO-TV San Francisco television crew was covering news in Oakland, when, against their wishes, they became the news.
RUSH: If this is true, this really, really is a bombshell... If this is true, it would certainly explain, ladies and gentlemen, all of the serial lies and the cover-ups and the obfuscation and all of the efforts that were made to distract people's attention from this. Somebody had to give the order, and Obama was off the grid. That has always, to me, been one of the most interesting aspects of Benghazi.
RUSH: Alex Rodriguez has decided to take a page out of the Clinton playbook to treat Bud Selig and the New York Yankees as Ken Starr.
RUSH: The mainstream media is, for all intents and purposes, dead. The dead tree, mainstream media, is dead. All the actors are moving to social media. That's where they're all headed. It's just a matter of time. Even Bezos, I think said that in 20 years the Washington Post will not actually be published as a paper. It's all going digital.
RUSH: The overwhelming pessimism that everybody in this country has about their economic future, it's bleak, particularly among young people, and particularly among the people who voted for Obama. They are the most pessimistic, and they're the ones that got us into all this.
RUSH: These people always look at the growth potential, not what's happening now.
RUSH: It's a classic illustration of the chosen versus the unchosen, and how people in the ruling class of Washington get to write rules for all of us that they exempt themselves from.
RUSH: Jon Voight is great, I'll grant you that. And so is Schreiber.
RUSH: People's thinking and creativity have always impressed me and amazed me. That is a great idea. And I know you're offering it, but we'll steal it anyway.