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RUSH: I want to go back, ladies and gentlemen. I want to go back to March 13th of 2006. This is from our all-time top five favorite audio sound bites. Wolf Blitzer, barely able to contain himself, March 13, 2006, CNN, The Situation Room, his show. Unable to contain himself. George W. Bush's approval rating had just hit 36%.
RUSH: He called that press conference for one reason: to use the words "hostage," "bomb thrower," and "extremist" for an hour. That's why he did the presser. So I told Cookie, I said, "Will you put together a montage? I want excerpts of Obama at the Gabby Giffords event, where he criticized this kind of behavior and where he urged everybody to stop this kind of talk, juxtaposed with what he himself said yesterday."
RUSH: Obamacare is not about improved health care or cheaper insurance or better treatment or insuring the uninsured, and it never has been about that. It's about statism. It's about expanding the government. It's about control over the population. It is about everything but health care.
RUSH: I started out as the working poor... I epitomized it. I supported myself constantly, and the working poor are the people on this program we champion each and every day.
RUSH: The ban's been in place for well over a year, maybe longer than that. But something happened yesterday with Andrea Mitchell that we're gonna lift the ban.
RUSH: Since our caller, Rachel from Manhattan, mentioned my brother David on Crossfire, why not just play some sound bites from it?
RUSH: HMOs were sold as a great way to lower costs, and they drove costs through the roof, and there was no benefit.
RUSH: It's another classic example of, I think, utter incompetence. And, if it's not incompetence, then it is shamefully purposeful, and that is the denial of death benefits to these veterans killed in action.
RUSH: Wolf Blitzer actually just said, "If they had three years to get this ready, if they weren't fully ready, they should accept advice a lot of Republicans are giving them. Delay it another year, get it ready and make sure it works."