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RUSH: Remember, folks, we were told that once the Democrats signed the health care bill, everybody was going to love ’em and they were going to have no problems getting reelected. Pelosi told ’em that. The regime told ’em that. Bill Clinton, the old regime, told ’em that. So let’s go to the audio sound bites. Monday night in Ft. Lauderdale, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, one of the most radical left members of Congress, had a town hall to talk about jobs, the economy, the Porkulus plan, and the health care reform, and we have about a minute here of her exchange with unidentified audience members. Now, remember, she was very prominent leading the way for passage of this bill, she’s supposed to be loved.

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: Our historic health care summit lead by President Obama to review the details of the health care reform legislation — (crowd disruption) Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me…

UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Go home.

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: Excuse me, I am gonna ask everybody to continue to be respectful, to continue to be respectful.

UNIDENTIFIED MAN: You are not being respectful to us when you lie. You are not being respectful when you lie to the American people.

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: Okay, everyone let’s just have, this isn’t helpful, you are welcome to be here and ask me a question. Like I said, you are going to support some of the things that people say, you are going to oppose some the things that people say. You are not welcome to disrupt this meeting and if you want to ask a question, I am happy to answer it. And I have answered that one, and now we can move to the next question. (booing)

UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Go home.

RUSH: Now, you can’t get more liberal than her district. And I’m told that she had a bunch of SEIU thugs there early to guard against things like this happening. I saw a poll today, it’s a Dick Morris column. Carville and Greenberg have one of their polls out, Democracy Corpse, as Obama would say it, that says Republican momentum has peaked. Then Dick Morris says, ‘You are crazy. The momentum is increasing. The opposition to the regime and the health care bill is still increasing. The Republican momentum is building. The anger is not being quelled. It is building.’ And Morris went on to predict that the Republicans are gonna win both the House and the Senate, win ’em both. He’s the first to come out of those who do what he does, to put it as bluntly as that.

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