Another 5-4 Supreme Court decision has liberals ticked off, for a change. With the election cycle gearing up, the timing is perfect. The Supremes struck down limits on “aggregated” campaign donations, in other words, on the amount an individual can spend on a number of candidates. The Court said such limits violate free speech rights.
RUSH: I want to share with you parts of this, the headline of the piece: "I'm Fighting to Restore a Free Society -- I have devoted most of my life to understanding the principles that enable people to improve their lives. It is those principles -- the principles of a free society -- that have shaped my life, my family, our company and America itself." Now, that's a powerful open, and it's right in the face, it's right between the eyes of the critics who demonize the Koch brothers.
RUSH: The president, he's been told, is getting updates. He's getting on the airplane, going to a fundraiser, in fact, I think, with rich Democrats that nobody seems worried are involved in politics.
RUSH: Which of the first 10 of the Bill of Rights have Democrats fought to expand? Forget expand; which of the First Amendments -- the first 10, Bill of Rights -- do liberals even fight to defend?
RUSH: When you have conservatives who are afraid of the message itself, when you have conservatives who think that the message itself is the problem, that's one of the things that we're up against. I just don't think he's heard it properly articulated by anybody other than me.
RUSH: Here is a former president of the United States seriously discussing on late-night TV the existence of space aliens and how a divided world -- see how we all need to come together -- would make us even more vulnerable if space invaders showed up. So should I be doing this, should I be showing up on Kimmel and answering questions like this? See, I wouldn't get questions about space invaders. I'd be asked if I was one. I know. I have met them. The Weekly World News already blew that story. I met with the space aliens in New Orleans back in the nineties.
RUSH: Don't go too far here!
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RUSH: Elizabeth is a character in both books, but in the second book she... It was fun writing Elizabeth. I just have to tell you, it was so much fun writing Elizabeth.
RUSH: Who is losing their house when they get sick? I would venture to say nobody is losing their house when they get sick. But this is what, I guess, we're up against. We gotta deal with a bunch of lies, essentially, propaganda that people have been inculcated with and that they believe it now. Now "getting sick" equals "bankruptcy," and therefore we need Obamacare.