RUSH: Bill in Tampa, nice that you waited as well, sir. Welcome to the EIB Network.
CALLER: Good afternoon, Rush. Mega Cold War veteran West Coast Central Florida dittos to you. Honor to speak to you, sir.
RUSH: Thank you very much.
CALLER: I have one question and one suggestion. The question is, yesterday Barry put out that he’d like the Michigan and Florida delegates to be fully counted. Would that make any difference having known that Hillary has not got rid of her delegates?
RUSH: Hell no, it won’t make any difference. That’s why he’s suggesting it.
CALLER: Yep. And the suggestion is that we try to limit the use of calling Barack ‘The Messiah.’ There’s only one messiah in this universe, his middle name isn’t ‘Hussein.’ Maybe we could call him ‘The Chosen One.’
RUSH: You are the second caller who has expressed reservations about the name of The Messiah being attached to Barry Obama. This is done, of course, with the greatest respect. This is mocking and it is satire. And, by the way, it’s being picked up on. I doubt the McCain campaign ad, The One, the Chosen One, that has Moses in there parting the Red Sea and the Obama fake presidential seal rises from the surface, from the seabed, I doubt that ad would have even been made were it not for this program’s accurate characterization of the way Obama thinks of himself and the way the Obama campaign does. For crying out loud, when you’re gonna give a speech in Minneapolis or St. Paul and you stand up there and you say, ‘We’re the ones that we’ve been waiting for,’ and, ‘I’m going to lower the sea level four feet. Go! Let’s go! Get started!’ If you actually think you can do that kind of stuff, you have a messianic complex. By the way, he’s not the first to suffer from one of those. He’s just the latest Democrat to suffer from it who thinks he can take it all the way to the White House.