RUSH: Amy in Raleigh, North Carolina. Amy is one of my top-ten all-time favorite female names, Amy.
CALLER: I’m so glad I made it! I was wondering.
RUSH: You made it.
CALLER: I’m so excited to talk to you, Rush. I just wanted to thank you for all your history lessons that you give, because, well, if it weren’t for you and my dad, I’d be in trouble. I’m a product of the public school system. He turned me on to you in ’88, by the way.
RUSH: Wow, so you’ve been around since the inception?
CALLER: Yeah, I think the abortion call was probably the first thing I ever heard.
RUSH: You mean the caller abortions
CALLER: Caller abortions, that’s it.
RUSH: Oh, yeah, that’s one of the things that established me as a not only great thinker, but a fabulous performer as well.
CALLER: But I just wanted to thank you concerning Vietnam. I did manage to see Roger & Me in college, but I never heard anything about reeducation camps. That’s the first time I’ve ever heard it, was today. And so I just wanted to thank you, between my dad calling me on December 7th every year, he started that when I was in college, between the two of you, you’ve done a lot to open my eyes. I just wanted to thank you.
RUSH: Well, I appreciate that. That’s very nice, Amy. I’m glad the program holds such a high level of importance to you and has such meaning. You made my day. I appreciate that.
CALLER: Thank you so much, Rush. You take care.
RUSH: Have a good summer.