RUSH: The Arnold-Rush
CALVIN: Let’s talk about the war of words between Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Rush Limbaugh. It has actually simmered down quite a bit. The governor struck a favorable nerve in Limbaugh when he suggested that the two get together to smoke cigars. Is this a good example of what America is about?
AMEZCUA: Here’s the thing. If Rush Limbaugh is ‘irrelevant,’ what’s the governor doing on his radio show?
CALVIN: Well —
AMEZCUA: Obviously there’s some relevance to what Rush Limbaugh is doing.
ZIERING: Obviously people are listening to it. Rush says things that, raise people awareness, this is what happens. So, he’s not irrelevant at all.
CALVIN: And clearly, with so many listeners, he does have some relevance as well, right?
AMEZCUA: Rush runs a little radio empire.
RUSH: ‘So many listeners, he does have some relevance as well, right?’ That’s a little happy talk from the KTLA morning show in Los Angeles.