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RUSH: Do you realize what this says about where we are in our culture?
RUSH: Now, let's expand that to the Republicans and Democrats in Washington. The Republicans are subordinating everything they believe in for "bipartisanship" and for "compromise" and for "reaching across the aisle" and for "doing deals," and what is happening? They're losing their base. The Democrats don't respect 'em. They're laughing at 'em and mocking 'em. They're not getting anything done, and they're not really gaining a whole lot of respect. I think it's fascinating.
RUSH: I just want to get it out there: I warned you back on October 16th that that's what was coming, and right here it is in the Washington Post today: "Obama Suffers Most From Year of Turmoil."
RUSH: The latest tweet from Organizing for America... Have you seen this? Oh, you haven't seen this? It's some metrosexual (I mean, that's even dubious) in his pajamas, holding a cup of hot chocolate in two hands, and the tweet is, "How do you plan to spend the cold days of December? Wear pajamas, drink hot chocolate, and talk about getting health insurance." That could be Rachel Maddow, if you wanted it to be. It could be Chris Hayes.
RUSH: We were deluged, as we knew we would be, and it's just impossible to pick one. There have been -- I don't want to give out the number, but it is a huge number of entries from people making the case why their school should be awarded this donation from us, Two If By Tea. So what we've decided to do -- and I just wanted to announce it -- we're just going to send Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims and a lot of other great American classics to everybody who entered on the Rush Revere page.
MORGAN: Rush Limbaugh keeps whacking away at Pope Francis, which is, you know, it's like watching the devil incarnate taking on Mother Teresa.
RUSH: Dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut. That's the trumpet fanfare, folks. It hearkens back to the Grooveyard of Forgotten Favorite days on this program. And we indeed are hearkening back, turning back the hands of time. Our old friend, the late great Klaus Nomi and a gay community update...
RUSH: I have to tell you something. I am a fortunate man. I cannot overemphasize how smart and bright my wife is. She is literally brilliant.
RUSH: This is how the left promoted Obama. It's how he promoted himself, and it's how a lot of voters saw him.
RUSH: The Republicans just don't have the guts to stand up for themselves and run ads like this. "Too confrontational, oh, my gosh, might make people mad. We don't want to make people mad. We're not trying to be partisan here or anything."