The Washington Post reports that thousands of primary-care doctors and specialists have been terminated from Medicare Advantage plans. This is creating a war between doctors and insurers.
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RUSH: In the State of the Coup, we are going to hear about the disparities and the inequalities economically from one group to the next and how we fix it, and I want to use a technique that I have learned and observed over the years about the Democrat Party and the left... I have an idea. You know, I'm all about solutions here, and I want to help.
RUSH: As I've always said, politics is show biz for the ugly, and their Academy Awards is the White House Correspondents Dinner every May in the grand ballroom at the Hilton hotel. I think they ought to take a page from the Grammys and the Academy Awards and the People's Choice awards and the Golden Globes and totally change the format of the White House Correspondents Dinner.
RUSH: The most powerful man in the world is legitimately frustrated and should be. He's legitimately frustrated with Rush Limbaugh because I am preventing him from having this discussion with all of the people in the country about his policies.
CALLER: It was the first book that I actually was able to read and they were able to sit down and pay attention and we were able to actually finish without them getting bored.
RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, for three days last week I told you the amazing story of Scott Walker, governor Wisconsin and the rebirth and revitalization of his state, a blue state, with conservatism. Conservative economic policy has revitalized that state. The upshot of it is that there's a near $1 billion budget surplus that he is returning to the taxpayers in the form of income property tax cuts... Now, we know why the left-wing media's not gonna report it. This is anathema to them. But it has finally made it outside this program.
RUSH: Mr. Snerdley has asked me a question: "What is 'hypermasculinity,' as it is used by Steve Almond in describing war and football?" You know, it's fascinating to me. The liberals, it turns out, do hate football. It apparently has been latent, and this push in the last two years has brought them to the surface.
RUSH: "McDonald's Fighting to be 'Relevant' to Customers, CEO Concedes." You know, I've got some thoughts about this...
RUSH: There's something else the Democrats are doing where women are concerned that, if you call 'em on it, they just have a cow. And it's demeaning as hell, if you ask me. But it's working for them.