Readers of the Washington Post seeking coverage of the latest congressional hearings on the IRS targeting of conservative groups, got an opinion piece by Dana Milbank.
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RUSH: He thinks that what they are trying to do is set up a confirmation hearing where a bunch of old Republican white guys are mean to the girl by fighting her confirmation. They think they can re-create or further the War on Women.
RUSH: We got a call from Donald Trump. He's driving around, he heard this, and he wanted to send in $25,000 and wanted to know the address. That is great, but not everybody can, and it's not expected. The $25,000s from Trump or people like that, those are bonuses. The people that make it work, just like the people who make the country work, are you who've got $5 or $10 or $25, $500... It takes a little bit from a lot of people. There's nothing that's too little. There's no donation that's too small.
RUSH: They call it the Affordable Care Act. That's part of the lie. It isn't affordable. But that's why the government's out there giving subsidies. Do you qualify for a subsidy? See, the trick is, you can't afford it unless your neighbors help you buy it.
RUSH: The reason that this is truthful, the reason I can tell you this -- the reason that they are living, not just surviving -- is you. I cannot emphasize that enough. It's not a suck-up. It's the truth.
RUSH: They don't tell you that the original Plymouth Colony failed as a socialist enterprise.
RUSH: This is a United States senator saying it on the floor of the Senate that what we have here is the purposeful collapse of the American law enforcement system, i.e., the rule of law is purposefully being assaulted and being allowed to collapse. When a United States senator says it on the floor of the Senate, that's impact.