We know for certain that high-level officials at the White House and HHS were told that the Obamacare website risked failure, in April, by consultants hired by the Regime.
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RUSH: I will graciously accept apologies from everybody who mocked me and ridiculed me and made fun of me for questioning the unemployment rate last fall before the elections.
RUSH: The real dramatic change in the trend line is the last two years, and that coincides with the rollout of Obamacare. Now there are people who are saying that this kind of experience could inflict irreparable harm to liberalism and the whole notion of Big Government and socialism.
RUSH: Now, never mind, folks, that just one month ago -- just 30 days ago -- these same Washington Post/ABC polls were telling us what idiots Ted Cruz and Mike Lee were for trying to stop Obamacare. Just a month ago moderate Republicans -- and, if I might add, conservative Republicans who are scared to be known as conservative Republicans and try to portray themselves as moderate -- were saying that. In fact, let me get even more precise...
CHRISTIE: We're three years away from the presidential election, you know? I mean, in this sense, I feel badly for President Obama. He just won a year ago and everybody's like, "So, who's next?" You know, I mean, there is work to be done in this country, and, as we shove him out the door, we minimize his ability to be an effective executive. We shouldn't do that.
RUSH: Rush Revere and Liberty are seeking the most deserving school or schools in the country to receive a large donation, not just the book, Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims. We're gonna donate some American classics written by authors like Mark Twain. In addition, the school or schools that we choose will receive computers, supplies and any tangible items that would improve their classrooms.
RUSH: What if the next Republican presidential candidate tries, as his appeal, a Reaganesque appeal to the goodness and decency of the American people? And says in his campaign that he believes that the American people can rise to the challenge, that it's in them and that they have the desire and the ability? And the candidate wants to try to inspire and motivate people to get out of that cycle of dependence that they're in?
RUSH: Oh, man, could I tell you a story. Yeah, I think I will...
CALLER: I heard rumors, but I was like, "There's no way a health care provider is going to ask that kind of question."
RUSH: It's panic time. It's panic time in DC, panic time at the establishment. It's panic time at the White House, panic time at all of the media.