People are now being asked to provide very private information during routine doctor visits. Imagine your cardiologist turning to you during the exam and asking: “Are you sexually active? If so, do you have one partner, multiple partners, or same-sex partners?”
RUSH: For the first time in human history, a government and country was founded on the belief that leaders serve the population.
RUSH: They can cram nearly 100,000 people in that stadium, and every time they have a game, it's full. Who's offended? I'm common sense. This is mayor of Realville stuff here. This is a manufactured controversy, manufactured by the left, and they want the government to come in or a powerful authority to come in and tell this individual owner what he can't or can do, unwittingly supporting the loss of liberty and freedom.
RUSH: You know what I'm talking about here. Any normal, sensible person does. American exceptionalism. America, the first country to enshrine in law that the individual has rights, liberties, and freedom that cannot be taken away, because we are born with them. They are part of our creation. They cannot be taken away even by the government. It's written. And that's what the Democrat Party objects to and doesn't like.
RUSH: Charlie, by the way, was on CBS This Morning, so he survived this. He was on TV. He was still smiling today, so apparently he's still breathing after having on PBS last night questioned whether or not Obama's any good at foreign policy.
RUSH: One of my early trips to London was with some listeners from Sacramento when I was on the radio there. My mom and dad went. My dad, the only thing he wanted to do was go to Runnymede, where the Magna Carta had been signed.
RUSH: It's a stark difference. And you do. You ask yourself, "What's the difference?"
RUSH: Obama's own health care requires that patients produce their citizenship documents.