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RUSH: My friends — he-he-he — I say it, and it happens. Yesterday on this program I warned you; I made a prediction; I said the following…

RUSH ARCHIVE: Now, the media will pick up on my next comments here, and this will be tonight’s example of hate speech on the State-Controlled Media. So roll out there on State-Controlled Media if you’re looking for today’s installment of hate speech, here it comes. Obama is now going to use — are you rolling? Okay, take two. Obama is now going to use his deceit and his propaganda skills to claim that the dire problems from his plan have not been realized. He’s going to go out starting tomorrow in Iowa City and all next week when he goes out to sell this embarrassing piece of legislation, and he’s going to say, ‘Where’s all the sob stories? Where are all the dire problems? Has anybody pulled the plug on Granny?’ He’s going to go out and all of these fearmongering scare tactics supposedly made up by people like me are going to be held up as just that, nobody’s pulled the plug on Granny or any of that.

RUSH: Exactly as I predicted this afternoon in Iowa City.

OBAMA: There’s been plenty of fearmongering, plenty of overheated rhetoric. You turn on the news and you’ll see the same folks are still shouting about there’s going to be an end of the world because this bill passed. I’m not exaggerating. Leaders of the Republican Party, they called the passage of this bill Armageddon! Armageddon, end of freedom as we know it! So after I signed the bill I looked around to see if there were any asteroids falling or some cracks opening up in the earth. Turned out it was a nice day. Birds were chipping, folks were strolling down the mall. People still have their doctors.

RUSH: Do I know this guy or do I know this guy. I am living rent free in this guy’s head. It is just amazing. Oh, yeah, and the panhandlers were even nicer, why did you leave that out, Mr. President? The homeless are not as rude when they’re asking for their $3,200 bucks a month for their shelter. Yes, Mr. Snerdley, yes, it is fun to be me.

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