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RUSH: What he's essentially saying is, if we don't grant 'em amnesty, they're gonna get so mad, they're gonna become terrorists, and we don't want 'em to become terrorists... This is certifiable proof that Democrats, some Democrats from Iowa, are insane. I don't know who it's an insult to. Yes, it's an insult to the children, but you talk about what must this guy think of the voters in Iowa who he wants to elect him. How stupid does he think they are?
RUSH: Walter Isaacson... He had a piece that ran on the Aspen Institute website that TIME Magazine reprinted on their website yesterday, and it had to do with the notion of privacy versus anonymity.
RUSH: We now know, ladies and gentlemen, why Obama went back to Washington, left Martha's Vineyard, split from the vacation.
RUSH: Alas, ladies and gentlemen, the reality has set in. The dream remains aloof. The dream remains illusory. It's nothing more than a far-off, impossible-to-reach-once-again beautiful place. The one man better qualified, more able -- chosen by history and destiny -- to take us all to this wonderful utopia, can't get himself off the damn golf course.
RUSH: Whenever there is a racial incident, there are a lot of people in this country, many of whom voted for Obama thinking his election would end all of this, and who are asking the very question that John asked. His question in this case is: Okay, what if ISIS kills a black journalist? If a black journalist were killed by these guys, would there be a little bit more concern or solidarity?
RUSH: CNN is noticeably down today, and you can see it, see the reason why in their own headlines. It's starting to return to normal in Ferguson. And you can see, I mean, the credibility of key witnesses in question. It's beginning to dawn on them that the myth might not prevail here.
RUSH: We've documented this over the 25 years of this program -- that the biggest problem Planet Earth faces is the human race.
RUSH: The lawsuit was just announced so that conservatives would think and Republicans would think that the Republicans were engaging Obama. But they're not, and they're not going to because they are afraid to rally Obama's base for the November elections.
CALLER: I'm a police officer in the St. Louis area, and I'm pretty fed up with the way that police officers are being portrayed right now in the media.