RUSH: Last night on Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull on CNN, a panel discussion, Sally Quinn had this to say. Number five.
QUINN: Energy is already here. You can’t imagine it, not only from a social point of view, but from a political point of view, and from a foreign policy point of view, that this is the most electric place I can imagine being right now. I’ve never felt anything like it in my life since the Kennedys were here.
RUSH: I told you! I told you! I predicted yesterday, ladies and gentlemen, that this would be the case. Now, if Camelot is back, I want to know which black civil rights leaders are going to get wiretapped, just like Robert Kennedy wiretapped Martin Luther King. Here is, on the same panel, Douglas Brinkley asked if this will be the Second Coming of the Kennedys.
BRINKLEY: I think so. The thought of young people back in the White House, a bit of joy during these very grim times. There’s a great feeling of history in the air right now, and everybody wants to be in Washington for the inaugural. The rooms are sold out. I’m expecting just one of the — the most exciting inaugurals in American history.
RUSH: Presidential historian Douglas Brinkley following Sally Quinn, suggesting this is so exciting, I haven’t been this excited, I seen anything like this, felt anything like this in my life, since the Kennedys were here. So Camelot is back. And as I said, Mr. Snerdley, which black civil rights leaders are going to get wiretapped first, since Camelot is back?