RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, I don’t know if you have noticed this as have I. I, of course, a highly observant human being. It’s my job. I sometimes participate in life by observing others doing what they do as they live. I have been observing something that’s not happening. Now, you may say, ‘Rush, how can you observe something that isn’t happening?’ That’s why I am the host. I have been watching all of my televisions, and I have been reading all of my websites, and I have occasionally even seen an actual newspaper in places. And I have not seen the fact that millions of liberal bloggers are using the N-word, angry at black people in California for voting against Proposition 8, the gay marriage amendment to the constitution in California. Roseanne Barr, black preachers, what did she say, irresponsible, immoral? Black people are ignorant.
Roseanne Barr: ‘Black people are ignorant.’ The N-word is being bandied about and black churches are being criticized. I’m not hearing a word about this. I haven’t seen a single report on this, ladies and gentlemen. I take you back now to September the 10th, Barack Obama speaking before the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.
OBAMA: They are counting on us to stop the hateful rhetoric filling our airwaves and rise above the fear, and rise above the demagoguery, and finally enact comprehensive immigration reform.
RUSH: Well, they’re counting on us to stop the hateful rhetoric filling our airwaves. The hateful rhetoric filling our airwaves. Can you say Fairness Doctrine? Can you say Censorship Doctrine, is what it is. So he’s going to stop hateful rhetoric. Hey, Obama, your people are being insulted by others of your people. Your gay people are insulting your black people with the N-word. Your Hollywood people are insulting black people and black ministers as immoral, and black people as ignorant. Now, you said you were going to stop the hate-filled rhetoric, and I see that the hate-filled rhetoric is continuing.