RUSH: Oh, look it! Pelosi’s got one of her grandkids sitting there with her! She’s about to become the first woman speaker. Isn’t that lovely? It’s “for the children.” In fact, let’s go to the audio sound bites. Let’s hear number seven. Number seven. This works with what I’m seeing on TV with Pelosi right now. Is it ready to go? It is.
PELOSI: This Congress is going to be about children.
RUSH: What isn’t?
PELOSI: When I receive that gavel tomorrow —
PELOSI: — I will be receiving it on behalf of the children of America.
RUSH: Oh, puke.
PELOSI: You’ve heard me say that over and over again —
PELOSI: — and that everything we do, when we call that house to order, will be with the eye to what the impact is on our children —
RUSH: Actually, I take it back.
PELOSI: — and on America’s future, which is our children’s future.
RUSH: I can’t keep “bashing” her.
PELOSI: America’s working women, or women working at home, whatever women choose to do, that they have friends in the Capitol of the United States. (Applause.)
RUSH: Nannies. Nannies.
PELOSI: And that they have a friend, and they have a mom in the speaker’s office.
RUSH: That is just? It’s beautiful, ladies and gentlemen. I think this represents a sensitivity in this office that has never before been there: a woman with the very real and sincere and unchallengeable thought that every bit of legislation that comes out of the House of Representatives from now on will be about the children. That, ladies and gentlemen, we should not take for granted.
We don’t know how fortunate we are this day.