RUSH: Let’s see. Would you call what happened to Air America jobs lost or — well, you’d have to say jobs lost. Why couldn’t Obama save those jobs? Air America, Chapter 7, fini. I thought talk radio was so easy. Greetings, my friends, Rush Limbaugh, the sole survivor, despite the kitchen sink they continue to throw at me.
JOHNNY DONOVAN: And now, from sunny South Florida, it’s Open Line Friday!
RUSH: And we look forward to speaking to you today, and probably should explain, for those of you who are new to the program, Monday through Thursday, when we go to the phones, the callers have to be talking about things I’ve brought up or that interest me. ‘Cause I don’t want to sound bored. If I sound bored then nobody will listen but on Friday, a-ha, different story, take a huge career risk. We go to the phones, whatever callers wish to discuss, they’re free to discuss. So here’s the number: 800-282-2882. It is a golden opportunity, golden opportunity for those of you who think something hasn’t been discussed that should be. Yeah, you know, there’s something we might want to do today. We’ve done this in the past. We will move former Air America listeners to the top of the line, but, Snerdley, there aren’t any. That’s the whole problem. There never were any. If we get one it will be the only one, or if we get somebody claiming to be an Air America listener, they’re going to have a damn hard time proving it. But anyway, no, you don’t have to be an Air America listener to insult me in 30 seconds. Every liberal does that. That’s no claim to fame by an Air America listener. I’m just stunned Obama couldn’t save these jobs, folks, I’m just stunned. I really am.