RUSH: Here’s Ray in Champaign, Illinois. Great to have you on the program, sir. Hello.
CALLER: Hello, Rush. First-time caller. Mega dittos to you.
RUSH: Thank you, sir, very much.
CALLER: If it’s okay I’d like to speak with a Negro dialect at this time.
RUSH: If it comes naturally to you, sir, you feel free.
CALLER: Okay, Rush, I’d like to say that you really be doing good. You got the Democrats on the run. And keep up the good work, homey, because you’re really phat, meaning good.
RUSH: Yeah, that’s p-h-a-t, right?
CALLER: Exactly, exactly.
RUSH: See, I know my dialects.
CALLER: (laughing) Well, I’d like to say, Rush, that the Democrats here in Illinois, it’s such a joke here in Illinois that the lieutenant governor had to resign, I shouldn’t say resign, but the one that just won in our special election to be the lieutenant governor, that is Scott Lee Cohen, he had to step aside for the good of the party due to his promiscuous ways and —
RUSH: That was Cohen, right?
CALLER: Yeah, Cohen, yes. He pulled a knife on one individual and beat up another one and had some steroids here and —
CALLER: — prostitutes there.
RUSH: Yeah, and it was Dick Durbin that led the charge here because he thought this guy seemed like one of our interrogators at Guantanamo Bay.
CALLER: Exactly. I was sitting there and I was laughing about that because I’m like, wait a minute, this is definitely Chicago politics because he won, and look at his background. (laughing) His background just mimics that of the Barack Obama and the —
RUSH: Well, you know, what he’s saying here, in a Negro dialect, what Ray is saying here is the Democrats are in trouble even in Illinois. The Republicans may well win Obama’s seat, and there’s no question about that. The Democrats are in trouble everywhere. They don’t understand how bad it is. They might, actually, with the loss of that Senate seat in Massachusetts.