RUSH: Somebody go get me some medicine. My heart rate is so fast here I need to slow it down, I’m so excited. All right so, 200 billion, got to cut all this spending, got to cut the Iraq spending. We’re neglecting our needs here at home. On August 31, 2003, on Meet the Depressed, Tim Russert said to John Kerry, “Do you believe that we need to reduce spending in Iraq, reduce spending that we are now providing for the operations in Iraq?”
KERRY: No. I think we should increase it.
VOICE: By how much?
KERRY: By whatever number of billions of dollars it takes to win. It is critical that the United States of America be successful, Tim.
RUSH: What’s going on, on August 31st of 2003? Howard Dean is what’s going on, and Howard Dean is out there saying what Kerry is saying today. So Howard Dean: “Yeah, I got to separate myself from Dean.” Why don’t you try telling the truth? What’s your plan! What do you really think, senator? I don’t think we know. I don’t think
KERRY: — and because of this president’s wrong choices in Iraq, we’re spending $200 billion there instead of investing in making America energy independent. George W. Bush’s energy policy is to trust the big oil companies and the Saudis [sic]. In fact, a national news magazine [no name given] just reported that a senior member of the Saudi royal family said that as far as they’re concerned in the U.S. presidential election, it’s Bush all the way. Well, I want an America that relies on its own ingenuity, on our old intervention,
RUSH: (Rim shot) That’s my attempt at doing a snare drum. Say what it is. So here we have a conspiracy theory that is made famous in that idiotic movie by Michael Moore now being popularized by a Democratic presidential candidate. For those of you who were not on the program yesterday, I want to tell you a little story. I had a little fun with a liberal over the weekend. When Clinton was announced as having heart problems, was going into the hospital, and tests revealed severe blockage. By the way, I actually think that he only had three arteries blocked but he went for four because the polls said he’d get 87% sympathy instead of 62%. So the more blockages the more sympathy but that’s neither here nor there. The fact is he had blockages. (snickering) I said to this liberal, I said, “You don’t believe this, do you?” Well, what do you mean? I said, “You don’t
Well, what are you saying? “I’m saying the whole thing is trumped up! I’m saying there are no heart problems. There is
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