RUSH: Let’s go back to the archives, the audio sound bites. This program yesterday, I said this.
RUSH ARCHIVE: What if she actually loses? What if that happens? I was thinking, all of these women on TV, wherever they are, even those who may not particularly be for her now, I wouldn’t be surprised, if that happens, that all of a sudden there becomes a similarity in the coverage: ‘A woman lost! In 2008, this country is still so sexist, and it will refuse to elect a woman.’ I can just see them all getting a little miffed even though those women that were not for her, I can see them jumping in on this, too, and I can see things like, ‘I can’t believe this country. They actually support an inexperienced black guy over a competent, experienced woman?’
RUSH: I said that yesterday on this program. Now, we added some EQ there, ladies and gentlemen, to make it distinguishable from a live broadcast. From the Boston Globe today, and, by the way, this is written by Susan Milligan, obviously a female reporterette. The headline of the story: ‘Clinton’s Struggle Vexes Feminists.’ (laughing) Folks, do I know these people or do I know them? ‘As Hillary Clinton struggles to regain her momentum in the presidential race, frustrated feminists are looking at what they see as the ultimate glass ceiling: A female candidate with a hyper-substantive career is now threatened with losing the nomination to a man whose charismatic style and powerful rhetoric are trumping her decades of experience.’ Folks, it’s almost like I set this up. I say this yesterday, this Susan Milligan babe writes this story for the Boston Globe, and it is almost verbatim the point that I made yesterday. And mine came, I think, in the two o’clock hour as a halfhearted little conclusion of some thoughts I had while watching television. It didn’t even require sitting down and studiously examining all these events. It’s just an instinct that I had. Wow. So it’s already happening out there.