When Obama was first elected, Democrats owned it all: White House, Senate and House. Republican votes weren’t needed but Obama didn’t lift a finger on immigration reform. Back then, Hispanic concerns didn’t matter to the "Deporter-in-Chief." Obamacare did. And that’s what we’ve got.
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RUSH: I haven't even been watching. You know, Kathryn cannot believe that because I'm such an aviation bug. It's not that I'm not interested. Folks, I can't handle the media on this. I literally cannot.
RUSH: When I walked outta here Friday, I realized even though there's no better communicator than I am, there's no better person at painting vivid mental pictures than your host, after spending a number of minutes in detailed explanation of things I do on my iPhone to deal with fast battery loss and so forth, I figured, I'm gonna create some screen shots (One | Two) of what I'm talking about here.
RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, your host was discussed prominently on Bill Maher's Real Time HBO show on Friday night.
RUSH: So, February 13th I predicted a wave election. The host on The Five at Fox later the same day pooh-poohed the idea, "Come on, wave election, we don't even know we won a wave election. Limbaugh doesn't even know what elections mean." Now over the weekend, everybody predicting a wave election, including David Plouffe of the Obama campaign, and Robert Gibbs, all thinking that the Republicans are gonna win the Senate.
RUSH: It'll be obvious that he's governing against their will and against their desires. And, for me, that is a great thing to happen for future elections.
RUSH: I mentioned the other day that I had to go get a test 'cause I'm thinking of getting a cochlear implant in my right ear. So people asked me, "Did you pass the test?"
CALLER: Why is it that during the Democrats' primaries they never brag to their constituents that they should, "Vote for me because I can work with the Republicans"?
RUSH: The Tea Party, to both Joe Trippi and Karl Rove, is the only thing that could trip up the Republican win. It took me in a long time to figure something out about why the Republican establishment fears conservatives. I had to be told this, because I had an entirely different perception of this event. The Republican Party, to this day, associates conservatism with Goldwater, not Reagan.
RUSH: Don't you wish you could raise your debt ceiling any time you wanted to? Just raise it! There's no point in having one is the point, 'cause nobody stands for it anymore. Nobody enforces it anymore.