RUSH: Well, I’m speculating here, Snerdley. And then there’s Bill Clinton. I don’t know. You’re going to have to listen to this. This was on Good Morning America today. Co-host Robin Roberts was talking to Clinton in the lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans, and she said to him, ‘President Clinton took a break from his hectic campaign schedule to launch his global youth movement, but the politics of the day are never too far from his mind.’
CLINTON: If we just chill out here and let all the voters have their say, my gut is it’s going to come out all right. I think we need to let all the people vote. I think it’s important not to overreact here. This has been a fairly mild election. I just think that these things happen. It’s just politics. It’s not that big a deal.
RUSH: Now, you might say, ‘What’s the big deal about that bite, Rush? Why are you wasting time saying it?’ Let me explain. Is it possible he has just undermined his own wife’s candidacy and chances of victory with superdelegates? When Bill Clinton says, ‘You know, if we just chill out here and let all the voters have their say, my gut is it’s going to come out all right. I think we need to let all the people vote.’ Well, by the time all the people vote, we’re not going to have a winner. Now, what voters is he talking about here? The assumption is that he’s talking about average American Democrat voters, not the superdelegates. ‘Those people are voters, too, Limbaugh. You’re very smart, you’re very shrewd. You know, I’m one of these people, Limbaugh. I do this better than anybody else. I look to you, I tell you something right to your face that isn’t true without lying, and that’s what Obama can’t do. When Obama’s lying, you know he’s lying, but when I’m lying, you know it, but you don’t care. In fact, you sit there and you marvel and you wish you could do it, too, right?’ So we don’t know what he’s talking about here, but it could be interpreted that he’s just undermining his bride’s electoral chances with the elite superdelegates.