RUSH: Regina in Westchester County in New York. You're next, Open Line Friday. Hello.
CALLER: Hi there, Rush. How are you?
RUSH: Fine. Thank you.
CALLER: I wanted to let you know that as a feminist of a particular group of feminists, Cuomo has told us we can leave the state. He made a comment a couple of weeks back that people who are pro-life who believe in the Second Amendment, who believe defending marriage and so forth, they should leave New York, 'cause New York is not a place for them. And it so happens that I am a Feminist for Life. And this man just didn't say that, but he actually put his money where his mouth is, because he has in the Senate right now, it already passed the assembly, a bill that is supposed to be a women's equality bill. It's called Women's Equality Act, and there are 10 sections to it, and the Senate broke it up into 10 separate bills.
Last June they passed nine of those. But the tenth one -- and mind you, the assembly passed all 10 of them, and the assembly's two-to-one liberal, you know, it's two Democrats to every one Republican. But, anyway, the senate broke it up because they wanted to pass nine of those women's equality bill sections, but the tenth they did not. And this is where women are really second-class citizens. And it's not being put out there by the media. In this tenth section of the Women's Equality Act, which is similar in its speech or in its wording to the Reproductive Health Act, which is S-438, the Women's Equality Act number 10 is S-5881. Anyway, in that, it let's people have abortions for all nine months of pregnancy. And --
RUSH: Regina, what are we talking about here?
CALLER: We're talking about what Cuomo is doing, besides just saying get out of New York state --
RUSH: Yeah, but he walked that back, didn't he? Didn't he say he changed his mind about that and conservatives can stay, including pregnant women?
CALLER: He might have walked that back. I didn't hear it. But even if he walked it back, his pushing this thing which is extremely dangerous to women and except for Planned Parenthood and some very wealthy people who find abortion a religion even if it's women's dead bodies --
RUSH: You know, this is another glaring example. Okay, Cuomo's a liberal. The image is that liberals love women, women's rights and all this. Do you know that Planned Parenthood -- I may get some of this wrong. I saw it and I didn't print it out, but Planned Parenthood is urging women to get abortions for Valentine's Day. And this is what liberal Democrats support. The idea that liberal Democrats are looking out for women. Liberal Democrats, it's amazing the way they see women. I'm amused at this public perception that conservatives and Republicans are engaged in a War on Women, when in fact Democrats see women as basically just walking vaginas.
Democrats see women as nothing but walking vaginas looking to have sex every chance they get, and then they go get an abortion whenever they need one or they gotta give 'em birth control pills or whatever. If you listen to your average liberal Democrat talk about women, that's it. That's what they think the only thing women are concerned about is, is making sure they can have sex whenever they want to have it, and then they're covered, either with contraception or an abortion. And anybody that opposes that is obviously engaged in a War on Women. It's nonsense.
RUSH: Nancy Pelosi this morning on Now This News website, whatever the heck that is. But our show prep knows no bounds. We found it. Pelosi was being interviewed, it's an Instagram thing. She was being interviewed and the subject of marriage came up for some reason. Here's what she said about marriage.
PELOSI: I always say, you know, if you're getting married -- why are you getting married? Why would you get married? Why would anybody get married? In that the person that they love so much, that was irresistible, and they had to get married? I'm not a big one for rushing people into marriage as wonderful and happy as mine was.
RUSH: Why would anybody get married? Why? What does she know that the rest of us don't? Nancy Pelosi does nothing, thinks of nothing unless it goes through a political prism. Just like Henry Waxman. There's nothing these people do other than politics, or ideology, and so she said, "Why would anybody get married?" She's been married 50 years. I met her husband once at a cigar dinner.
He came up and said, "Hi. I'm Nancy Pelosi's husband," like I was supposed to be shocked or intimidated or something.
I said, "Wow, you!" His name was Paul. I said, "Nice to meet you," and we had a nice chat about what a tough job it is. (interruption) No, no. Being in Congress. Not her husband. What a top of job being in Congress was.