The Washington Post ran a story about the millions of insurance plans cancelled due to Obamacare. The Regime tried to tell people not to worry: only a small minority of policies is affected. But, according to those who know, more misery is coming.
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RUSH: No, no, no, no. I knew it. I knew it. I was hoping it wasn't gonna happen, but here it comes.
RUSH: I don't know how much he has spent on lawyers, but it all was wasted. And it was all spent on things that, in reality, didn't matter. He's still suspended. He's gonna now, they say, take this to a federal court. You know, I don't know who's running the strategery, but these lawyers are basically picking Rodriguez's pocket. There's no judge that's gonna throw out an arbitrator's ruling.
RUSH: This is fascinating to me, because here you have a very bright, very engaged, in touch, inside-the-Beltway figure. He's highly respected as intelligent, impartial, everything you would want. He's the founder of C-SPAN... One of the fundamental elements here of what I do is my knowledge that you get it -- and that's what makes all the rest of it fun, like when we tweak the media. You know what I'm doing. You know that I'm just trying to get a rise out of 'em, tweak 'em by saying something that might be provocative or outrageous. Brian Lamb admits he doesn't know when that's happened.
RUSH: Shock and dismay that the "radio entertainer" -- not even television! The radio entertainer, Rush Limbaugh, is more admired in the United States than Hillary Clinton.
RUSH: Republicans inside the Beltway, the establishment, they thought that this was ended because of Christie's great performance in a press conference. And I'm not passing judgment on whether it was a good performance. It's not my point. My point is they thought it was and they thought that'd be enough.
RUSH: My purpose here is not to comment on Governor Christie. I'm trying to make the point that over there in the RINO Club, the Republican establishment, the wildebeests, whatever, there's not an ideology. There's not a belief system. There's not a foundation on which to base a defense, as I had with Clarence Thomas -- and, by the way, he's not alone.
RUSH: The unemployment rate's down to 6.7%, right? And everybody now acknowledges that has been accomplished because we don't count the people who are no longer looking for work. My idea: Every one of you looking for work stop and we'll get the unemployment rate down to zero. Well, do the math. It freaking works.
A grandfather from Colorado got all eight of his grandchildren a copy of Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims and I thought it would be nice to post the photos. He wrote to Liberty and I have included his e-mail and Liberty's reply...