RUSH: Kansas City, this is Jane. Glad you called. Thank you for waiting. You are on the EIB Network. Hi.
CALLER: This for me? Rush? Hello?
CALLER: Rush, I’m so glad I got through. (laughs) I’ve been trying to call for three months. And I had this observation. First of all, I don’t know if Americans realize this, that this is a revolution that we are going through. And I’m sorry, I’m a little nervous. I got so much I wanted to tell people. The Republican Party are — the votes are getting split because of the strategy Democrats are trying to play, and I think that everybody should vote for the Republican Party of proof.
RUSH: Wait a minute. Let me try to help you get focused here. What’s the revolution going on?
CALLER: Well, first of all, let me go back. Russia expelled the poet, Solzhenitsyn — if I pronounce correctly. He had given a speech in 1976, and I never forget, and I was so young. He said… See, I am not from this part of country. My family migrated here because we knew that the communists would eventually take over, you know, our part of the country. So Solzhenitsyn gave a speech. He said that you will see in 25 years, in the West, in America, they will be handcuffed behind them by the communists. They will be pushed into the iron bar, and all the people will have a big smiling face.
RUSH: Okay. So what you think is that Obama represents a Marxist revolution that’s in disguise?
CALLER: Yes. There are two groups of people here. For us, we think we are going through a normal election. But even that, most of the people say, ‘This is unusual election.’ But then, okay? They are going to a revolution under the disguise of a election.
RUSH: All right, here’s the problem with that. Now, I understand what you’re saying, and I know that you were raised in China, and so you have practical experience with this. But a revolution of the kind you mean… I know exactly what you mean, but we have perhaps the largest… Now, again this is part of the template and the narrative. We’ll have to wait and see. But we’re being told that we’re going to have the largest turnout in history of presidential elections, right? That means if there is indeed a revolution, that the people themselves are causing it. I mean, this is not… Right now, Obama is not Castro up in the hills plotting his trip down into Havana to kick Batista out of the country and so forth riding along with a cigar in a Jeep. He’s out there and he’s trying to get people to vote for his ‘revolution’ (using your terminology) but he is promising different things to different people depending on the state he’s in, the region of the state that he’s speaking in. There’s no question that… Whether you want to call it revolution or not (drumming fingers) time will tell, but there’s no question that he has a desire to ‘fundamentally,’ in his own words, change the structure of the country, and it does not bode well.