RUSH: It's Richard in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where we're starting. Welcome to the program, sir. Hi.
CALLER: I'm here, Rush.
RUSH: It is South Carolina, right?
CALLER: When "Sir" Hillary was secretary of state and had a world forum, why is it she never made one of the most important issues of the time, in her little administration that she had as secretary of state, to go to Indonesia or India or China, where their policy of birth control and contraceptives is if you have an extra child, they'll kill 'em? Let alone the Middle East where they have Sharia law, and if you were to have an abortion, I imagine you'd be stoned. Why was that never at the forefront, but she wants to pick on one little business here in the United States to launch her campaign about women being oppressed above contraceptives?
RUSH: Wait. You're asking me why Hillary didn't make a big deal about contraceptives as secretary of state? If it was so important why didn't she make it a cause everywhere she went around the world?
CALLER: Yes. Absolutely. I mean, she had the forum. Nobody else has ever had a forum like that for women. Maybe Madeleine Albright, I guess, or Condoleezza Rice. You know, it wasn't an issue.
RUSH: Wait a minute.
CALLER: It wasn't an issue.
RUSH: Wait just a minute. How do you know she didn't?
CALLER: How do I know that Hillary didn't make it an issue?
RUSH: That's right. The reason I ask is I saw a poll that nobody can identify anything she did as secretary of state.
CALLER: Yeah, well, I agree with that. We knew that.
CALLER: But, I mean, this is something that's so important to her that she can come out and tell nothing but bald-face lies like everything she's ever done, including having the name "Hillary."
RUSH: Well, in truth, contraception is a little bit of contradiction. Let me ask you: What would Hillary choose, abortion or contraception? What do you think is most important to her, abortion or contraception? You might look at 'em as the same thing, but what would she choose? What do you think is most important to her?
CALLER: Are you asking me?
CALLER: Uh, I'd say abortion.
RUSH: Yeah, and did she talk about that anywhere she went around the world?
CALLER: Not there. They probably wouldn't let her back into some of those countries.
RUSH: Well, maybe so. I don't know. I still hearken back to the poll that I saw on Mrs. Clinton. Not one person -- Nobody! -- can identify one thing she did as secretary of state.