Last week, right before their website was mysteriously kicked offline, the New York Times ran an expose of the funny money business at the Clinton Foundation. Despite taking in tens of millions in contributions, the place runs a deficit. Somehow, the Clintons do all right – they’ve become wealthy channeling other people’s money.
Biden is Putting Together His 2016 Campaign ... Christie to Sign Gay Therapy Ban ... Soon: GPS Tracking Chips in All NFL Players ... The Oprah's Purse Scandal Really Helped The Butler's Box Office ...
RUSH: Now, you know me, folks. I'm a born-and-bred capitalist, and I begrudge nobody success. But I do zero in on hypocrites, people who have theirs and then support policies that essentially put roadblocks in other people's pathway to success and prosperity.
RUSH: When interviewed, some of the young customers complained that what Forever 21 was doing isn't fair. It didn't seem to occur to them that they're doing it because of Obama. Here you have it, folks, the Limbaugh Theorem. Here is a company downsizing every employee to part time, not providing them health insurance, and the company's getting the blame. By the way, which is exactly the way this was drawn up in Washington.
RUSH: This is unfair. I'm not trying to tease people, but everybody wants to know what I do on the weekend. I was at an undisclosed location with an undisclosed task, and it was enjoyable. It was a lot of fun.
RUSH: Here's Obama. He's ripping into the Republicans, as per usual. And he's blaming them for all that's going wrong and blaming them for wanting to make things even worse -- when he's the architect of all of it.
RUSH: If you read this daughter's column about her father who loved this show, you might think that she learned something from her own intolerance. It's up to individual interpretation. Anyway, the whole thing started with talking about the art of persuasion, and it's just that. It is an art.