RUSH: This is Michelle in Indianapolis. Michelle, thanks for waiting. You’re next on the Rush Limbaugh program. Hi.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. I can’t believe I’m talking to you. I’ll try to get all this in. I want to thank you so much for the first 20 years of the Era of Limbaugh.
RUSH: Thank you. Thank you very, very much.
CALLER: Yeah, my husband and I and our Rush Babies moved to Indianapolis from Chicago from the over-organized community, and we were actually able to participate in May in Operation Chaos.
RUSH: Amen. Way to go, way to go, happy to know you were doing that.
CALLER: It was hard. I actually had a picture of Hillary on my cell phone and Ted Danson, so it was pretty bad. I’m actually idling at my daughter’s school with the air on full blast, so I’m going to take my time. She says to say hi. But here’s the thing, Rush. I’m thinking, coming from Chicago where we are just inundated with Barack and his ideas, I do believe that on some level the liberals understand the free market, because whenever racism is becoming scarce, they do not hesitate to drill for more.
RUSH: They understand it, they just oppose it.
CALLER: Okay. But they want it when it benefits them.
RUSH: Exactly right.
CALLER: That’s right.
RUSH: So when a precious resource like racism becomes scarce, they will go out and drill for new sources.
RUSH: You’re exactly right. They understand the principle. They want it for themselves, just not everybody else. Liberals have two sets of rules: one for the elites, the arrogant and condescending elites, and the other set for everybody else. They will exempt themselves from the limiting rules they place on everybody else.
CALLER: Yes. And you hit it right on with Barack. They keep talking about all these reasons, ‘Why is the poll so close, what’s going on?’ And it reminds me of that scene in Caddyshack, I don’t know if you’re familiar, where Chevy Chase is trying to teach Bill Murray how to golf and he’s kind of saying, ‘You’re not uh, you’re not uh,’ and he’s standing behind him and he’s trying to — and he says, ‘You’re not good.’ Just reminds me of that. He’s just not good.
RUSH: What did he say, you’re not what? Oh, you’re not good, you’re not good.
CALLER: Yeah. He’s trying to say, you know, you’re not leaning, you’re not — you’re not — you’re not good. It just reminds me of that, you know, he’s just not cut out for the job.
RUSH: No, he’s not. To me, it is striking how unqualified Obama is and how this whole thing came about within the Democrat Party. I think it really goes back to the fact that nobody had the guts to stand up and say ‘no’ to the black guy. Liberal policies are always going to end up strangling liberals, too. I think this is a classic illustration here where affirmative action has reared its ugly head against them. It’s the reverse of it. They’ve ended up nominating and placing the top of their ticket somebody that’s not qualified, who has not earned it. It’s perfect affirmative action. And because all this guilt and the historic nature of things, nobody had the guts to say, ‘Wait a minute, do we really want to do this?’ They do it, and then they start behaving in manners and ways that let us know that they know that they’ve goofed up with the choice. It actually has been somewhat fascinating to watch.