RUSH: Kathy in Potomac, Maryland, welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Oh, freedom-loving dittos, Professor Limbaugh.
RUSH: Thank you. Thank you very much.
CALLER: Before I get to what I called about, can I just give you my theory about Hillary and Bill’s Excellent Adventure in Bermuda?
RUSH: Oh, I’d love to hear it.
CALLER: I think they’re trying for a second conception and that’s Hillary’s run against Obama in 2012.
RUSH: You got… No, no, no. Conception of what?
CALLER: Well, you were talking about how they were there for the conception of their daughter early on.
CALLER: And now —
RUSH: By the way, a political consultant — I don’t remember who; I know it wasn’t Morris. A political consultant advised them to have a baby and get their poll numbers up.
CALLER: (chuckling) Well, this is going to be their new baby: Her run against Obama.
RUSH: But wait a minute. You’re not talking about the Clintons conceiving another child?
CALLER: No, figuratively speaking. It will be her campaign against Obama in 2012.
RUSH: That’s an interesting theory. The Clintons are lurking out there. They never go away.
CALLER: I know, I know.
RUSH: They’re like the pig flu: they’re just out there.
RUSH: They do. The Clintons, they do cause more damage to minorities and minorities just don’t know it. Just like the pig flu.
CALLER: (laughing) Right.
RUSH: All right. What was your call about?
CALLER: Okay, well, this is what I called about. I recently finished reading Alinsky’s book Rules for Radicals, which seems to really be the playbook for the Obama administration.
RUSH: It is.
CALLER: And there are three short quotes I just wanted to highlight. The first is, he says, ‘The organizer’s job is to get people pregnant with hope and a desire for change,’ and when people read this book they’ll see ‘hope and change’ is a theme throughout the book.
CALLER: Second of all, I was struck by how cynical Alinsky was and how he must have been searching for meaning in his own life because he wrote: ‘People are in a desperate search for personal identity, so let people know: ‘At least you are alive.” So my guess is that Obama was attracted to this because he must have felt growing up abandoned by his father and often his mother…
RUSH: And a brother living in a hut and really not knowing where he’s from.
RUSH: Yeah, that’s a good point.
CALLER: Searching for his own identity. Now, third — this is the last one I wanted to bring up — Alinsky had an absolute contempt for the middle class. While he was attempting to go organize them for his own objectives, he wrote, ‘Our rebels have contemptuously rejected the values and way of life of middle class.’ So, Rush, fundamentally I don’t think Obama, like Alinsky, really understands the middle class, its dreams and aspirations.
RUSH: Oh, you’re dead-on right about that. He doesn’t understand the middle class. He holds everybody in contempt. He’s an elitist. Alinsky was an elitist! This book is all about how to use those people and manipulate them to get power for yourself while they think you’re doing something for them.