The Democrat Party and their leader, Barack Obama, don’t even try to hide their utter contempt for business. Yet it’s Tea Party conservatives who businesses consider enemies -- after five years suffering in the Obama economy? We may be in bigger trouble than anybody knew.
RUSH: Limbaugh Theorem. He's got nothing to do with it. He's a bystander.
RUSH: My belief is that the details, the minutia of any of this, do not interest Obama. I don't think he really cares. I don't think he cares if people are gonna have trouble signing up. I don't think he cares what it's gonna end up costing anybody. That's not what this is about.
RUSH: Those bites on CNN are probably the first truthful reports on Obamacare in substance that they may have ever done. It's fascinating.
RUSH: I've got all these sound bites, and, honestly, folks, the first 11 are about me. They're about how I'm the reason there is partisanship in Washington, I'm the reason there's division in the Republican Party, I'm the reason the Republican Party is afraid to compromise, negotiate, and be bipartisan. I am the reason Ted Cruz is behaving the way he's behaving. Ted Cruz is behaving the way he's behaving because he wants to be me. I mean, it just never ends.
RUSH: Excitement is just building out there and people are waiting with great anticipation.
RUSH: The economic news is horrible, the jobs news is rotten, so they bring this guy Furman out there, who's the chairman of President's Council of Economic Advisors, and he had this to say about the economy and what's wrong with it...
CALLER: I've been a government contractor for 20 years, and I want to describe something here that I think people don't understand. Failure is the norm in government contracting. If it had been a success, that would have been the big surprise.