RUSH: Tracy in Chicago, Illinois, welcome to the EIB Network.
CALLER: Dittos, Rush, from Chicago and ?Go Bears!?
RUSH: Thank you.
CALLER: Rush, in the EIB Store, you sell these signs for cars that say Rush Baby on Board.
CALLER: Okay, well, how about making one that says Rush Babe on Board? Because I’m a conservative, and I’m proud of it, and I’m a hottie, and I’m proud of it.
RUSH: Oh, wow. You’re a hottie, huh?
CALLER: Yes, I am, and a lot of your audience is women, and, Rush, you’ll sell tons of them because, I’ll tell you what, not all beautiful people are Hollywood liberals.
RUSH: Amen. Thank God.
CALLER: Yes. What do you think? Rush Babe on Board?
RUSH: We’ll do it!
CALLER: Oh, great!
RUSH: We’ll do it. In fact, we’re going to have to rev up the entire merchandise line. Now that I’m a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, we’re going to have to have a whole Rush for Peace merchandise line with t-shirts and caps and so forth. We’re going to put logos of me on the Nobel Peace Prize coin, on the t-shirt. We’re going to put my picture underneath the phrase “give peace a chance.”
CALLER: That’s awesome. I’ll buy a couple of those, too.
RUSH: See? Rush Limbaugh, Oslo, November 2005. But as long as we’re going to do that — and, by the way, it’s not up there yet. In fact, my marketing people are just now hearing about this. I have essentially just given the executive order here live on my real radio announcer show, so it’s going to be awhile for this stuff to rev up, but it will happen. We’ll throw in the Rush Babe on Board as well. But, you know, I’m intrigued by something.
RUSH: You willingly admit that you’re a hottie.
<a target=new href=”https://members.premiereinteractive.com/store/28566/41863_1.html”></a>RUSH: Do you realize how few women will do that?
CALLER: I’ll admit it, and that’s all right. My husband knows it. I know it.
RUSH: I appreciate the confidence.
RUSH: Most women just don’t do that.
CALLER: I am a student of yours, Rush. Of course I have confidence.
RUSH: Well, that’s good. So you want a Rush Babe on Board, saying your husband won’t care?
CALLER: Oh, he won’t care. He’ll think it’s great. You’ll sell a ton of them, Rush.
RUSH: (Laughing.) On your word, I will depend.
RUSH: All right. Thanks, Tracy. I appreciate it.
CALLER: Thank you. Bye-bye.
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