RUSH: Irene in Sonora, California, welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Thank you, Rush. Listen to you for almost 27 years now.
RUSH: Well, appreciate that. Thank you.
CALLER: My thoughts are these with Obama. He made a speech last week regarding hating. Well, I think we need to turn that around on him. This man is so full of hate for the founding, for the Constitution, for the people, for the country. There's nothing about this country that he loves. It's all hate. He's doing what he's doing from hate.
RUSH: That's a pretty strong --
CALLER: He's hurting our borders. He's bringing Ebola in. Contrast that with Netanyahu, what this wonderful man is doing for his country to protect his country from people who want to destroy his country, his people. He loves his country and his people. Obama does not. He has no love. And it's evident in what he is doing. And it finally came to me this weekend, I've been -- my husband will tell you -- I have been so upset about this Ebola.
Why would anybody in their right mind, would they allow or sign executive orders to bring two people to this country with a deadly, deadly virus, and it's a horrible way to die. I have too much information. I wish I didn't do what I did this weekend. I'm overloaded right now. And it came to me, I could be wrong, I don't know. Hate. He hates us so much he wants to see us destroyed. And he's so clouded with his hate --
RUSH: Let me ask you a question. Have you ever, Irene, and you're in Sonora, you're Northern California.
RUSH: You're in enemy territory there.
CALLER: Well, fortunately where we live, we live in the middle of a forest. We have seven and a half acres in the middle of the forest. And a lot of people up here are conservative, believe it or not.
RUSH: Well, that's good for you.
CALLER: So we've got a little patch. I'm not saying everybody. We are still outnumbered, but I'm in a little patch with a lot of conservatives.
RUSH: Have you ever felt this way about any other Democrat president? You've point-blank come out and said he's doing this 'cause he hates America.
CALLER: No. You know, unfortunately, Carter was a lovable man and he was out of his depth. Bill Clinton was a big pus-face that knew how to play the politics. This man, on the other hand, no, he hates, and his hate runs deep, and so does his wife. They are both haters. I mean, we don't have slavery anymore. I get a kick out of people, they keep on saying we have to live for today. Whatever happened in history, happened, we learn from it, we carry on. Well, they're not carrying on. We don't have slavery anymore. It's gone. We eradicated it. But they still harp on the same thing, the same thing.
It's almost like an obsessive hatred that they have, a contempt. It doesn't matter we don't have slavery, we are the best country there is. People are coming here. We're not going to other countries. It's pure, unadulterated hate. You can see it in what he's doing. It makes sense now. And, unfortunately, we have a willing media, and there are a lot of Democrats that have -- I never thought I'd say this, but there are a lot of Democrats who believe the way he does. I used to be a Democrat until Carter. I made a big mistake voting for him, and then I became a conservative Republican, and I wish we had a Ronnie Reagan. But I've been watching all this, and the only answer that I can come up with is this man hates us so much --
RUSH: See, that's the thing. People are looking at this, and they're trying to explain it to themselves. Why in the world would you grant amnesty to six million? Why would you basically spit on the Constitution with a smile? Why would you do this? Why would you flood this country with a permanent underclass that can't provide for itself, that's gonna bleed the budget and the welfare system, why would you do this? And why would you build another welfare state? Why would you destroy an economy that made prosperity for more people than the world has ever know, why would you do this? And I'm sure that's what you've been doing, and you can't imagine up with any other answer, right?
CALLER: Right. And it's been driving me nuts. My poor husband has to live with me and I just have to be careful and not say -- my heart is so heavy right now because I think I've come up, I could be wrong, but I look at what Netanyahu is doing for his country. He loves his people, and you can tell he loves his people. This man doesn't. And this man is gonna do everything he can for next two years, few months, to undermine and hurt, because he hates.
RUSH: You know, I could play devil's advocate with you. Let me give you an example. Well, you know, Irene, you say they hate America, but what if in fact they really love America and they hate the imperfections, and they hate the discrimination, and they hate the bigotry, and they're trying to rectify all of these things that have kept people disadvantaged for all of these years? It isn't fair that only 1% of the population is seeing their incomes rise. It isn't fair that the middle class cannot afford basics in life anymore, and we're trying to fix this by getting even with the people who made this possible in the first place. And that is the founders and their buddies.
CALLER: Okay. So you're gonna justify the ends justifies the means.
RUSH: No, this country has been due to pay a price for a long time. And we're the guys coming along and finally making this country fair and open for everybody, not just a select few.
CALLER: That's not love, Rush. That is not love. That's not how you deal --
RUSH: Oh, I know. It's resentment --
CALLER: -- each circumstance --
RUSH: It's resentment and grievance, but that's the politics of the left is all resentment and grievance.
CALLER: I know.
RUSH: But they're the ones that think they own compassion.
CALLER: What they're doing is not compassionate. That's compassion, putting people on welfare, saying, "Oh, you can't take care of yourself, let me do that"? I don't think so. I'll take care of myself, thank you very much.
RUSH: Well, I appreciate your call. I sympathize totally. I - know exactly what you've been going through, trying to explain all this. And you've been trying to do it in a way that makes common sense, and you can't. What you're actually doing is helping illuminate the problem, and one of the problems is that most people are not gonna be able to come to the conclusion you've come to. A lot probably have gotten close. But the low-information crowd will never get there. They can't conceive.
Many Obama voters will never, ever admit they made such a tragic, egregious mistake. No, no, it can't be that. And if they have any problem with what's going on, they'll chalk it up to incompetence, maybe trying to do too much, too soon, or blame it on the Republicans for not helping and forcing Obama. You'd be stunned at some of the idiotic justifications that you'll get for this.