I’m going to discuss developments in New York City’s mayoral race, so I’ll give you a few seconds to get your kids out of range. Five. Four. Three. Two. One. Okay. If the kids are still around, and ask questions, your fault, not mine.
RUSH: The president says the Excellence in Broadcasting Network is the single most powerful force in Republican/conservative politics today! The media narrative a few weeks ago was that I was over and irrelevant. Now, who do I sue for whiplash?
RUSH: Get this now, this is from the Weekly Standard. Listen carefully to this. "Incomes Have Dropped Twice as Much During the 'Recovery' as During the Recession." According to Obama and the official recession agency out there... the recession ended in 2009, and that's when the recovery began. But -- as you know and I know -- there hasn't been a recovery, but in official Washington vernacular the recovery from the Bush recession began in June of 2009.
RUSH: He actually uttered a racist, bigoted, mean-spirited name when talking about the team from Washington.
RUSH: There still has been more outrage over a rodeo clown wearing an Obama mask than either of these two events combined. It's this kind of thing -- this cultural rot, this decay -- that you can't even address without being called a racist.
RUSH: I'll guarantee you that most people on the left hearing Kutcher were shocked, couldn't believe he was talking that way, precisely because he sounded like me. I'll guarantee you it had to bother 'em. Those are, unfortunately, exclusive conservative values.
RUSH: This program every day is done for the audience, not for the media, not for my friends. It's done for the audience, and every day I try to do better and meet their expectations than the day before. Translate that into customer service in whatever you're gonna do, and the same thing will happen to you.
RUSH: I think Seth MacFarlane thinks I'm a nut. (laughing) I think he thinks I'm "one of them." I'm "one of those," but for the time we were working together, he was a professional. The time we were working we had a mutual objective and he put it aside, it didn't matter. And he doesn't hold it against me -- and the fact that he's a "commie bastard" (laughing) doesn't bother me, either.
RUSH: I think it is literally a disservice to the people of this country what's been done, attitudinally. There is, I would say, easily a huge majority, vast majority, of people who believe that without health insurance they're gonna die. That's why it's such a big deal to people.
CALLER: My husband has a coworker, nice guy, 24, African-American, and they were discussing the difficulties of finding a job and doing the things that need to be done, providing for their families, that type of thing. And his coworker was just like, "And poor Obama's just trying. He's doing everything he can, and he's out there working, and there's just nothing that he can do."
RUSH: There is a really important part of Steve Jobs' life that I don't know about that I would like to know about. I don't know what happened to him (after he left Apple and then went to NeXT, which is his next computer company) that made him turn into this incredible leader, 'cause he was just a punk kid employee at Apple in the first stage, and something happened. I don't know what it is, and I would love to know.
RUSH: When you're talking to a Millennial or someone that's rather youthful, assume, when you start out, that they know the exact opposite of the truth about most things. 'Cause that's what they've been taught.