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RUSH: Eleanor in Memphis, you’re next here on the EIB Network. Hello.

CALLER: Hello. I did have to make notes because I’m so in awe that would knock the words right out of my mouth. But I had four things I was mad about, and Bush was the last of them and that’s the one I told Snerdley. Is that okay if I just list them and then focus on Bush?

RUSH: Yeah, give it a shot. We got a couple minutes here, so if you can —

CALLER: I’m mad at liberals because they’re like mildew. I’m mad at you because it’s an election year and you always get politically expedient in an election year. I’m so angry with you I don’t know what to do. I’m mad at the American media as opposed to the communist media because you and Fox are focusing on too much Obama, and he’s not in yet. And that focuses on the Bush thing because I’m mad at Bush because I remember when 41 started talking about the New World Order, and I was surprised, and now 43 is backing it up. And he was just waiting for this timing. He dropped hints like not letting the border guards do their job, and putting the border guards in jail for doing their job, and not pardoning Campion and Ramos, but all of a sudden he’s the one that said, oh, it’s a horrible thing, we have to do it right away, he’s the one that went on TV. And McCain didn’t get that message, didn’t get that memo that morning because he was making a speech about how solid the economy was. And I want to know what Bush is up to. Bush and the Congress working together, and I’ve had to cuss my congressman out several times in this last month. I don’t know what to do with you guys. And you’re in on it. I mean when it comes to kicking people out of the Republican Party, you go first.


CALLER: Yeah, you.

RUSH: You want to kick me out? I’m not in the Republican Party. I don’t devise what the Republican Party does. I don’t work for the Republican Party.

CALLER: Yeah, but you have an army at your beck and call. How do you think Iraq would have gone if Petraeus had taken the troops over there and put them on the ground and said, ‘Okay, you guys, just do what you know is right, I’m not going to get into these initial skirmishes.’

RUSH: Oh, you’re talking about the primaries?


RUSH: You’re mad that I didn’t endorse somebody in the primaries.

CALLER: Alan Keyes was the only conservative in the first Republican primary debate, and all the other candidates recognized it and started stealing his answers, and you didn’t mention him.

RUSH: Yeah, I missed that. I really don’t remember that, even. They stole Alan Keyes’ answers when he was in it. I guess I should spank myself.

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