RUSH: Here we are on hump day, middle of the week. For those of you newly rendered part-time workers via Obama's health care plan, it used to be hump day, but now you don't even have a hump day. You're just screwed, and some of you may enjoy it. Have you seen these new Obama ads, speaking of being screwed? Have you seen the new Obamacare ads? They're promoting promiscuity. They're promoting it. They're targeting Millennials. Greetings, folks, great to have you here on the Rush Limbaugh program. The telephone number, 800-282-2882, and the e-mail address, ElRushbo@eibnet.com.
Let me turn the Dittocam off here for a second because I'm gonna have to zoom in. I shoulda done this before the program started, but I wasn't gonna talk about this now. I don't know what happened, close enough, let me get a little tighter, hang on, be patient, I know some of you don't have a Dittocam and don't care about this, but for those who do -- all right.
Now, you all may remember this. There was a controversy about a year and a half ago, some guy got in real big trouble. There was a woman out there that was made to look like she was testifying before a congressional committee. She wasn't. It was a press, sort of a PR deal with members of Congress made to look like they were conducting hearings. There was this student, this 35-year-old student from Georgetown, who was complaining that, for as often as she had sex, birth control pills were costing her like, what was it, $3,000 a month or some such thing, and she wanted relief from this. She wanted the Regime, she wanted Obamacare to pay for her contraception. She wanted Obamacare to pay for her birth control pills.
There was some guy that reacted to this, trying to have fun with it by characterizing the kind of a behavior that the woman might have been engaged in, such as promiscuity. It turns out the guy used a word he didn't mean to use. He meant to use promiscuity, and it caused a lot of people to freak out. This was about a year and a half ago, but, lo and behold, folks, even when I screw up I get it right, because that's exactly what happened. I'm gonna show you now, I'm gonna turn on the Dittocam. Somebody sent me this yesterday and I thought, "This is a joke."
I thought this was an Onion satire-type joke, and I was prepared not to use this. Then I found out there's 10 or 12 different ads for every kind behavior that is, well, basically irresponsible. They're promoting this. These ads are promoting this irresponsible behavior and assuring you that you'll be okay if you engage in this irresponsible behavior if you get insurance. The ads are designed to convince young people, Millennials, to go sign up for Obamacare.
Now, here's the first ad, and for those of you that don't have the Dittocam and can't see it, you can get the Dittocam at RushLimbaugh.com if you become a subscribing member. You get so much, by the way, if you subscribe, not just the Dittocam. You get an encyclopedic website, but more on that later. You also get the Dittocam where you can watch this program take place each and every day. I'm gonna hold up this ad, and, like all these ads, there's maybe 12 of these, they're all titled, "Got insurance?" Now, this ad, for those of you who can't see it, we've got a Millennial couple. A young woman in jeans and heels in a sleeveless, scanty top, smiling. She's got what color hair? Is that dishwater blonde hair? Tricolor auburn. Well, I guess it depends on how it prints out for you.
Her mouth is wide open. She's smiling like she can't wait -- (interruption) Dirty blonde? Okay. Dishwater dirty blonde. That's the color of the woman's hair. And her mouth is wide open and she's smiling like she's anticipating something. She can't wait, folks. That mouth is wide open. If you get my drift, the mouth is wide open, she can't wait, and she's holding in her hand proudly and happily some birth control pills in the container they come in from the pharmacy. Her name is Susie. Next to her is a guy named Nate, and Nate is a classic hipster. He looks like he's also wearing jeans, a gray long-sleeve shirt, untucked, with a sport coat. His left hand is in his left pocket, which is suggestively close to the pubic area.
You know, we've got young children listening to the program now because of Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims. I gotta be careful here. And while Susie's mouth is wide open in eager anticipation holding her birth control pills, Nate has this grin on his face like he knows what's coming when we stop looking at the ad. When he gets her off of this piece of paper and where he wants, we know what's gonna happen.
All right, now, here's the copy: "Got insurance? Let's get physical. OMG, he's hot. Let's hope he's as easy to get as this birth control. My health insurance covers the pill, which means all I have to worry about is getting him between the covers. I got insurance. Now you can, too. Thanks Obamacare!" And then at the bottom there's an asterisk. "The pill does not protect you from STDs, condoms and common sense do that."
All right, now, here's the ad. I'm gonna turn the Dittocam on. You've heard me read the text. Here is the ad. That ad is promoting promiscuity. That ad is associating promiscuity with Obamacare. Obamacare will get you your birth control pill so you can get him and you can get her. And you can get each other between the covers. You don't have to worry about anything because Obamacare's got you covered because you got insurance.
Let me show you this one more time. I have to pull this down because I've got the Dittocam really focused in. I think back, ladies and gentlemen, when I predicted, I warned everybody that's where this was headed. I forget that woman's name now, Snerdley, the one that was in that fake congressional hearing press conference. But she was sitting there, and she was basically saying, "Look, I want to have limitless, endless sex, I want you to pay for it. It's costing me $3,000 a month for my birth control, but I can't afford that with my tuition and everything else and I want you all to pay for it." And I was like any normal, responsible person, I was insulted by this, that we were being told we have to pay for this, which is behavior we don't sanction. We don't think there's anything good that can come of it.
You know what this is like, folks? I remember back in the 1990s when the schools started teaching young people in high school and junior high school how to use condoms as part of the sex education curriculum, and it got to the point where even parents were offering their teenage children spare bedrooms in the house to have sex with their boyfriends and girlfriends 'cause "the car was too dirty," one woman caller told me, "and at least in the house they knew it would be clean."
The theory was you couldn't stop 'em from having sex. "They're gonna do it, Rush. You can't stop 'em. So we may as well try to teach 'em safe sex."
I said, "Well, okay. Are you gonna include the cigarettes on the nightstand for the post-coitus ritual?"
Ah... Well, coitus is okay 'cause they'll have to ask their parents what that is and their parents can worm their way out of that one. No, parents of this show do know what that is. The low-information voters ask, "Coitus? What that? I never heard that and I've got insurance. " They're still sleeping anyway, the low-information crowd's still sleeping. They haven't gotten up and, you know, turned on Instagram and Yahoo yet to figure out what's going on in the world.
This is just one of them. But honest to God, folks, this is it. Let me read to you again. "Oh, my God, is he hot. Let's get physical. Let's hope he's as easy to get as this birth control. My health insurance covers the pill, which means all I have to worry about is getting him between the covers. I got insurance." So here's an ad aimed at Millennials telling them all they gotta do is go sign up insurance and they get all the Obamacare contraception they want free, ad then all they have to do is worry about getting betwixt and between the sheets.
Now, these ads. You know what's incumbent in an ad campaign like this is the assumption... Some of you may think that this is smart marketing. The assumption here is that these young people are irresponsible, they're unserious -- and, by the way, the other ads including drinking shots, guzzling out of kegs, partying, hooking up, working out at the gym, and losing your mind while drinking wine. Two women working out at the gym drinking wine, making plans. (interruption)
I haven't seen "the young black butcher" so I don't know what that is, but there's... No, that's not it. The only one I see with a black kid in the ad is carrying a bag of golf clubs. I don't see that. But, I mean, folks, they're just blunt. There's even one for pain killers. Three, it looks like, female Rollerbladers, and what this is obviously... The implication here is that Millennials can be bought by promising them free access to all of this irresponsible behavior -- irresponsible, unserious behavior.
That all they care about, the only thing young people care about -- and maybe this is true since they can't find work. That all they care about is drinking shots, guzzling out of kegs, partying, hooking up, drinking wine at the gym, taking risks, and being irresponsible in general. But then they're assuming that these same irresponsible, sybaritic, hedonistic worthless, irresponsible kids are nevertheless responsible enough to seek out insurance at the Obamacare exchange.
So it's a totally mixed message. I just can't help to think back to that two-week period of massive controversy, and here it is. Here it is come to life, brought to you by the Obama administration, actually promoting promiscuity, encouraging it by saying, "We'll give you what you need to make sure there are no consequences to your actions. Just sign up for Obamacare, and there's no consequences to whatever you do because it involves health, we got you covered." That's the message they're sending out.
Let's take a brief time-out. Don't go away. (interruption)
How did I know? (sigh) That one was easy. That was T-ball. That didn't take any particular special analysis or analytic ability. I mean, you see a woman up there complaining about her birth control pills and begging to have it all covered no matter how much activity she engages in, what do you think's going on? And here's the Regime, right in there. Because whatever kind of behavior they end up causing in people, they don't care about this. Standards, morality, comportment, decency, none of that matters whatsoever.
RUSH: Now, let me give you a little irony about this, folks, just to show you the kind of people we're dealing with. As activist leftists, we have people like Michael Doomberg, right? Who is telling you how to eat and behave for ostensibly your own benefit, right? I mean, this is why they tell you to do these things, because they care about you. They are looking out for you. You don't know how to make the right choices in your life. You're not competent. You're not capable.
Left to your own devices, you'll end up being a fat pig with type 2 diabetes by age 12, and they don't want that to happen because they love you. So they're gonna limit how much Coke you can drink and how much trans fat you can eat and all that. They do this for you, right? Michelle Obama is the same way. Michelle Obama's out there dictating the lunch menu at various public schools, and encouraging people to get active and be physically fit and all this. Why?
So that you'll make the right decisions in life, in their view.
So that you will grow up to be a wholesome, healthy, robotic, Democrat-voting citizen.
Don't smoke and don't do drugs (except for marijuana) and don't eat too much, and make sure you get the right kind of exercise. These people out there, they're really trying to make you think that they really care about you and that they are dictating behavioral standards for your benefit -- and then after they do all that, in order you to get you to sign up for their health care plan, they then suggest to you that it's okay to go pretend to be a mink, to have sex as often as you want.
Don't worry about it! It's perfectly fine because our health insurance plan is gonna make sure that there are no consequences. Now, how -- on one hand -- can you believe that these people are looking out for you, they care for you, they really want the best for you, they really want to make sure you can't eat or drink those bad things for you. You can't drive certain kinds of cars and you can't eat certain kinds of foods, all of this stuff. But then when it comes to sex, there aren't any limits at all!
You do whatever you want to do.
There's no right or wrong, there. Do whatever you want to do, and we'll take care of the consequences for you. It's sort of a contradiction, is it not? What it illustrates to me is, they don't really... I tried to point out during the course of the busy broadcast week. Government does not care. Government can't care. What government does is coerce. There's another ad promoting promiscuous sex. Susie and Nate are not alone here. There's another ad featuring Allie and it looks like a Ryan Gosling-looking character.
It's a cardboard cut out of the actor Ryan Gosling, and Allie is holding her birth control with the caption, "Hey girl, you're excited about easy access to birth control and I'm excited about getting to know you. She got insurance. Now you can too. Thanks Obamacare!" They're out promoting it. They are promoting promiscuity. They're selling it, and they're doing so without consequences, and the consequences are wrapped right up in contraception and birth control pills which we here at the Regime will happily and eagerly provide for you free.
By the way, folks, that's just one of the reasons why you can't hold onto the insurance you had because now. You have to have a policy that buys these promiscuous Millennials their birth control, and their contraception -- and I'm not making it up. That's why you can't keep your plan. It's one of the many reasons, but it's why you can't, because every policy now, whether this fits you or not, you've gotta pay for everybody else's contraception. You have to pay for their birth control.
Somebody's gotta pay for it, and these Millennials are being told that they're not, and it's one of the many reasons you can't keep your policy. It's one of the many reasons why you were never going to be able to keep your policy, is because every policy is now required to cover things like this -- and, by the way, this constitutes a change. Obama said you could keep it if your insurance company didn't change your plan, but those evil rotten mean insurance companies, they came around and changed your plan.
They were mandated to. They were required to change your plans because they were told to offer this kind of crap in it -- and that's why, among many other reasons, you've lost the plan and doctor that you liked.
RUSH: Now, here's the thing, folks. These Millennials are being lied to. They are being told lies. I mean, it's in the ad. The implication is that this is free. I mean, that's what that that whole fake congressional hearing press conference was all about. It's creating the idea that all your birth control, all your contraception is free. The fuddy-duddies are gonna be paying for that. You Millennials who fall for this, you have no idea what's headed your way.
Wait until you find out how much your free birth control pills are gonna cost you, when your rates triple and your deductibles go through the roof. What the regime is doing here, basically -- what these ads are really promising -- is, "If you like your risky, promiscuous lifestyle, you can keep it." That's what Obama's promising. If you like being promiscuous, you can keep on being promiscuous. If you like being a prostitute, then have at it. You like your risky, promiscuous lifestyle, you can keep it. That's what Obama is promising in these ads.
Let me go to Pittsburgh. Kevin, I'm gonna grab you first here on the program today. Welcome, and it's great to have you with us. Hi.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. Great to talk to you again. You know, my daughter is the most important thing to me in the world. I would do anything for her. I would stop my life for my daughter. I wonder how Obama, Dingy Harry, "Nasty" Pelosi... How would these people like it if we targeted their daughters in this ad? And this is what they're doing. My daughter's a Millennial kid. How would they feel if we used their daughters as a target?
RUSH: Well, in a sense they are. I mean, their kids are gonna see these ads. Dingy Harry's sons, who helped him in the fraudulent land deals in Nevada and California, they're gonna see the ads.
RUSH: I don't know about Obama's daughters. They're somewhat young, but they don't care. They don't care. Now, if you specifically targeted 'em I think, yeah, they would react as normal parents. How old is your daughter?
RUSH: He dropped? He must have had a bad cell connection. But I think, folks, the truth is Obama doesn't know about these ads. Don't forget, Obama doesn't know about this. No, no, no! No. I mean, no matter what happens, he doesn't know about it -- and when he finds out about it, boy is he gonna be stoking mad! I guarantee you. When he finds out about these ads, he's gonna go out there, he's gonna call a press conference, and he's be talking about these ads.
"This is the kind of thing that happens when the Republicans shut down the government, this constant friction and no bipartisanship! This is the kind of stuff that you get," and he abhors it. So he's not gonna know anything about it. He'll approve the TV version for next week, but he won't know anything about that, either. He doesn't know anything about any of this. Now, I'm not kidding when I say of those who think that you're gonna be getting this no consequential...
Better stated, those of you who think you're gonna be getting insurance that provides you free no consequences to a promiscuous lifestyles, you have another think coming.
RUSH: One more thing about this ad that I showed you on the Dittocam. If you'll notice in that ad, I'm sure Koko already has that ad and all the others linked at RushLimbaugh.com. You'll notice in the ad that it is the young woman who is the aggressor, Dawn. Something you would never do. It's the young woman who is the sex aggressor. She is the one who hopes that the guy is easy. She's the one with her mouth wide open holding birth control saying she can't wait to get the dude between the covers. The woman. So a cultural change reflected in the ads.
The guy is just this smiling, brain-dead dupe waiting there to be coerced into servicing the sexually aggressive woman in the ad. And the way she's gonna get the guy is to show him her free Obamacare birth control pills. That's her come-on. The guy is the sex object and the woman is the aggressor. He will not get breakfast and he won't be respected in the morning. He won't even finish the night. The guy doesn't know it, but he's gone as soon as the service is over with. She's not gonna wake up with the guy. That isn't gonna happen.
Here's Jared, Rowland Heights, California. Welcome to the EIB Network. Hi.
CALLER: Thanks, Rush. Long-time listener, first-time caller.
RUSH: Thank you, sir.
CALLER: I just wanted to make a quick comment that all of the behaviors that they're demonstrating in the ads will only increase the health costs later on and drive up premiums, which is what they don't want.
RUSH: What health costs later?
CALLER: Well, if you look at drinking, that will make liver cancer. Smoking will give you lung cancer.
RUSH: Oh. Oh. Oh.
CALLER: Promiscuous sex will give you sexually transmitted diseases that can cause cancer.
RUSH: Folks, that's right, it's a great point. The behaviors that are being promoted do have serious consequences, above and beyond pregnancy. Possible STDs, and not to mention -- can I be brave and mention something else here? I will tell you, there will be psychological issues. If people take this and behave as though there's no consequence to this kind of behavior, they're gonna be messed up at some point. Nothing's gonna be real to 'em. Nothing is gonna end up having any meaning. There's going to be posttraumatic stress, whatever. There are going to be psychological issues that will require therapy, the kind of activity here being promoted, no question about it.
There's a reason this stuff is stigmatized in culture as not being good for people, there's a reason for it, and this regime has come along and thrown that all away and is trying to make young people think this is where it's at now. Do whatever you want. There are no consequences. As long as you got Obamacare, we'll handle it for you.