RUSH: Matthew in Galveston, Texas, I’m glad you waited. Welcome to our program, sir.
CALLER: Oh, mega dittos, O most wonderful commander of Operation Chaos.
RUSH: Thank you, sir.
CALLER: I definitely have to disagree with the last caller who said that Operation Chaos was a failure. I’m a 25-year-old medical student down here in Galveston, Texas. I went and ought your behest voted and caucused for Hillary Clinton, and now I find myself an official Galveston County delegate for Mrs. Hillary Clinton.
RUSH: Well, you’re the second. We had one of these yesterday.
CALLER: Oh, I heard the guy from Austin, too.
CALLER: There are more of us out there.
RUSH: So we’ve got operatives that have infiltrated the actual state convention, the Democrat Party state convention in Texas.
CALLER: Yes, sir.
RUSH: And it’s possible from that that you could also end up going to Denver for the Democrat National Convention.
CALLER: Oh, God forbid. I don’t think I could take that much liberalism in one room.
RUSH: Well, I totally understand that. Well, what are your thoughts on this? Are you worried about being found out?
CALLER: I’m terrified, Rush, because as I drive up to the convention in my gas-guzzling SUV with my George Walker Bush is Still the President bumper sticker on it, I’m afraid that might give it away.
RUSH: No. No. No.
CALLER: I’m not driving up in a Prius with all the Hillary stuff on it.
RUSH: Un-uh. Un-uh. In fact, you’re driving up with the perfect cover.
RUSH: You typify a frustrated Republican, unhappy with McCain. You have crossed over. ‘Still President’ means you’re mad about he’s still president!
RUSH: You’ve got the perfect cover. You are a Republican, yes, but you have seen the light. That’s your cover story. Oh, you’re in great shape, man.
CALLER: Well, I’m very glad you say that, because I’ll be sure to use that one. That sounds awesome, Rush.
RUSH: Oh, it is. If they talk about your SUV, say, ‘Yeah, yeah.’ ‘What about the Bush sticker?’ ‘Well, he is still president. Makes me mad. Why do you think I’m here? Why do you think I voted and caucused for Hillary?’ They’ll say, ‘What about Operation Chaos?’ You can sell me out for the sake of the advancement of the operation. If they say, ‘Are you just one of these Limbaugh guys? Are you part of Operation Chaos?’ Here’s what I want you to say. Are you listening?
CALLER: Yes, sir.
RUSH: ‘You know, I think it’s amazing and funny how big Limbaugh’s ego is, he thinks he’s actually got something to do with this,’ and they’ll eat it up. They will eat it up.
CALLER: I will be happy to.
RUSH: So throw me under the SUV. Throw me under the bus. It’s not about getting credit, it’s not about ego, it’s about advancing Operation Chaos.
CALLER: That is what all of us down here in Texas did and are managing to do.
RUSH: Yes, you did. Yes, you did. But now you’re going into the belly of the beast.
RUSH: You’re going into the Texas state Democrat convention as a delegate! I’m sure this is something you never, ever dreamed of happening to you in your life.
CALLER: No. No. I never figured that I would have to walk up and say the name Clinton when I was going to caucus or vote.
RUSH: You do it with enthusiasm. You do it with passion, verve, and vigor.
RUSH: You sell this from the beginning of the day to the end.
CALLER: I will gladly do so, and I’ll be sure to call you back if I end up making it all the way to having to go to Denver.
RUSH: Well, we’ll deal with that when that happens. But, in the meantime, you play this for all it’s worth. This is a lifetime opportunity. Do you realize the stories you’ll be able to tell your kids and your grandkids, that you were a covert op in Operation Chaos, who successfully infiltrated the Democrat Party at their convention and drove up in an SUV with a Bush bumper sticker and got away with it!
CALLER: I think I’d be more proud to tell ’em I talked to you today than to do that.
RUSH: Either one. I appreciate that. Look, I gotta run here. Thanks very much. You keep us posted, Matthew, on what happens out there.