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RUSH: To the phones we go to. Beaufort, North Carolina. Angie, I’m glad you called. Welcome. You’re up first. It’s an awesome responsibility, by the way, because you — as the first caller — set the tone for everyone who will follow. Go ahead.

CALLER: (silence)

RUSH: (sigh)

CALLER: Hello?

RUSH: Hi, Angie. You’re on the real radio now.

CALLER: Oh, okay. I’m thrilled I got through. It’s an honor to be talking to you.

RUSH: Thank you very much.

CALLER: You’re welcome. I just had a comment about a caller yesterday that really struck a nerve with me. The one who said that the comment was made in the classroom about ‘What do you get when you subtract liars from Democrats?’

RUSH: Yes?

CALLER: And I just thought, ‘If this is being taught in the classroom, then maybe we should focus more on a separation of politics and academia rather than church and state,’ because our youth are being bombarded by the left, and that makes me concerned for the future of the party.

RUSH: This is not new. This kind of stuff has been going on a long, long, long time — and you’re never going to get separation of politics and academia, because that’s why people in academia are there. It’s all about politics. They’re all liberals and they use education as a tool to advance their agenda. It’s about indoctrination. It’s not about education. But, again, underlying that, there’s just boiling rage and anger out on the left, and it is irrational. I explained it yesterday. I don’t want to be a broken record on this and repeat myself, but these people feel threatened, folks. They used to own everything. They used to run Washington. They used to have a monopoly in the media. They’ve lost those. There’s now, obviously, a hugely competitive alternative media. They can’t get anything done in Congress, even though they run it again. They still got a Republican in the White House they have to deal with. They’re just fit to be tied and they’re also angry because they don’t like opposition. They don’t think there ought to be any opposition. They don’t have to explain themselves to anybody! I think, eventually, all this stuff is gonna come home to roost for them. I just don’t know when.

But trust me, everything comes around eventually. I’ll give you some personal examples here to illustrate what I mean. Throughout my career, and I’m sure yours, too, wherever you’ve worked you’ve been shafted. Everybody has. One time or another, maybe multiple times, and it makes you mad and you want to seek revenge. You want those people to pay for it. But you’re powerless at the time to do anything about it. If you just sit back and wait, those people eventually get theirs. I can give you a recent example in my case, but I don’t want to — (interruption). No, no, no. I’m not trying to tease you. I’m just saying, this stuff comes around. When you’ve got bad actors, when you’ve got literal creeps like these professors and so forth, it’s going to come back and bite them. It’s going to come back and haunt them eventually. It always does. What goes around comes around. The way you treat people, it will come back on you. It always does. It may take time (and you may never know when it happens, by the way) but it always does. In this case we will know it because the Democrat Party is sowing the seeds for a giant landslide defeat somewhere down the road. Make no mistake about it.

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