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RUSH: We need a surge. We need a surge even above and beyond what we already think is going to happen. We need to make November 2nd Obama’s Katrina. November 2nd needs to be a Teanami. And with stuff like this Soros business and everything that’s going to happen, all these dirty tricks that are going to happen between now and Election Day, it’s not going to suppress turnout. It is going to ratchet it up. Obama’s Katrina: the Teanami on November 2nd.

Lincoln, Delaware, this is Pat. Welcome to the EIB Network. Hello.

CALLER: Hello, Rush. What an honor to speak to you.

RUSH: Thank you.

CALLER: I’ve been listening to you since 1992, so this is a true honor —

RUSH: Thank you very much.

CALLER: — and blessing to speak to you. I’m calling about the politics in Delaware. This is a tough place for conservatives, and even the Republican Party is full of RINOs, and of course our lovely Castle is a good example of what we’ve been up against. The conservatives, the Kennedys in Delaware have been ignored and actually better yet, they’ve been denigrated.

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: I can’t tell you early on in the election cycle how I heard over and over again the mantra ‘conservatives are not electable.’

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: I heard electability, electability, electability, and —

RUSH: Who did you hear that from?

CALLER: The Republican leaders —

RUSH: Right.

CALLER: — in the party.

RUSH: That’s what I mean.

CALLER: And the interesting part was the conservatives in Delaware rose up, and we elected two conservative candidates, one for the Senate and one for the Congress. We cannot afford these seats to go like Castle’s seat or we have a congressional guy running for his seat, for Castle’s seat, we can’t afford to let that go to the Democrats. And in fact this is the first time in I can’t tell you how many years in Delaware that the conservative candidates actually have a shot at getting elected, at winning the election.

RUSH: To what do you attribute that?

CALLER: I think there’s just a groundswell of conservatives and people who didn’t even know they were conservatives —

RUSH: Yeah.

CALLER: — but now they’re seeing the Tea Party, the 9/12ers, and I think there’s just such an awareness —

RUSH: Wait a minute, wait a minute, though, they’re also seeing Obama, right?

CALLER: Absolutely, the next thing I was going to say was they’re seeing Obama, and I think people like myself, my family, they’re seeing our freedoms at stake here. I mean we’re in deep trouble with this man. And it’s interesting because some people believe that in Delaware that if, say, the Senate race starts to go our way, it will actually pull the congressional race along with them. And there is a shot, it might be a bit of a shot at this point, that if one starts to gain momentum, the other one will actually come —

RUSH: Well, you have to think that the regime is concerned about O’Donnell. There’s no reason to send Obama and Joe Bite Me in there if it’s a safe seat for the Democrats. I mean why waste their time. I mean their stated reason was, oh, it’s a golden opportunity, we’re gonna send Obama and Bite Me in there because Christine O’Donnell’s so stupid that it will allow us to show the rest of the country how stupid all conservative Republicans are. If that was the purpose, they didn’t succeed in it. They went in there and their campaign appearances were all about, ‘Don’t take anything for granted here.’ They obviously don’t think that Coons has this in the bag, otherwise there’s no reason to go.

Now, if the experts are saying — there are a lot of them, by the way, from Dick Morris to Charlie Cook to Rasmussen, there’s a bunch of them — if they are saying that there are at least 100 seats in play, then pretty much you have to conclude that there aren’t any safe seats, if a hundred seats are in play? I mean there are some safe seats, but a hundred, this is huge. If 70 to 100 seats change hands, that is a Teanami. That is Obama’s Katrina. What the Tea Party’s doing is making every election about ideology, which is what has to happen. The sooner that happens, the sooner elections are about ideology, the sooner we’re finished with these people as having anything like a chance to become a ruling majority, or minority. If the education is conservatism versus Democrat, liberal, socialist, Marxist, they’ll never win, outside of a couple enclaves here in the country.

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