RUSH: Dingy Harry, last night on MessNBC, Sergeant Schultz, (doing impression) ‘I’s see nothink,” interviewing Dingy Harry. Nevada’s unemployment rate, by the way, is up to 15% now. The question: “So you think Nevada voters are going to figure this out? I mean, you’re neck and neck. They spent $40 million trying to defeat the most powerful man in the US Senate. One of the AFL-CIO officials here told me that that Sharron Angle is certifiable. Are you surprised? I mean you’re running against somebody that AFL-CIO says is certifiable and you’re neck and neck. Are you surprised about this?”
REID: People have been hurting, and I understand that, and it doesn’t give them comfort or solace for me to tell them, you know, but for me we’d be in a worldwide depression. They want to know what I have done for them, and that’s why it’s important for me any chance I get to say that my number one job is to create jobs. And she says that it’s not her job to create jobs.
RUSH: So I wonder, did he get a phone call from Obama? You just heard it. You just heard it right. Dingy Harry said that if it weren’t for him, that we’d be in a worldwide depression. Now, that’s Obama’s line. When I first saw the headline on Drudge, I thought, “Oh, Obama must have said it. Obama must have said this while meeting with Steve Jobs.” Then I read further, I find, no, I have never been so disappointed in my life when I saw it was uttered by Dingy Harry. Well, my first major disappointment in life was when I was 16 I got to Dallas and I found that Love Field was an airport. This was the second most disappointing. I figured this had to be Obama, but it’s Dingy Harry. And then I thought about Obama seeing the headline. I bet Obama called Reid and chewed him out good. If anybody on this planet is gonna take credit for saving the world from anything, it’s Obama. It’s not Dingy Harry. How are they gonna fix this? It’s out there now. Obama can’t let this stand. Will the White House issue a correction saying that Harry Reid misspoke while trying to man up after being demanded to man up by Sharron Angle, who the AFL-CIO says is certifiable? ‘Cause, see, it was the president, the president only who plugged the hole, who lowered the seas, who healed the planet, who cured the sick, who saved the world from depression. And now here’s Harry Reid barely holding his own against a novice claiming credit for it. It’s almost like the fallen angel challenging The Messiah, you know, Imam Obamadinejad is gonna get up and see this quote from Dingy Harry and say, “Whoa, what happened when I was meeting Steve Jobs at Apple?”
Audio sound bite number four, last night during the Sergeant Schultz show on PMSNBC, during the discussion about crossing paths with Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle at the airport, Sergeant Schultz said, “I said, ‘If you had to describe Senator Reid, give us a word,’ and she said, ‘Man up.’ And I said, ‘Well, what hasn’t Senator Reid manned up on?’ She said, ‘Well, the economy, Social Security.’ So I want to give you a chance, Senator Reid, to respond.”
REID: People in Nevada know me from the street to the ring to the Senate chambers. I’ve never had to prove my manhood to anyone. She doesn’t do interviews. She spends most of her time in her bunker. I don’t know if it’s Cheney’s bunker but it’s some kind of a bunker someplace.
RUSH: Oh-ho-ho-ho-ho. She’s a grandmother. She’s a tool of the special interests, she is an extremist, and now she’s living in a bunker, Cheney’s bunker. Nobody’s ever questioned Dingy Harry’s manhood up until the grandmother comes along and says, ‘Man up.’ Sergeant Schultz, finally, said, “You grew up in a shack.” They’re trying to help Dingy Harry over at MSNBC. Sergeant Schultz said, “You grew up in a shack, no plumbing, right? And now she’s saying that you’re a rich guy. I mean, how do you feel about that?”
REID: I live in Searchlight, Nevada. I have a home in Searchlight, Nevada. I stay in Washington, DC, in a one bedroom apartment and my penthouse is on the second floor. How do you like that? Penthouse on the second floor.
RUSH: Oh, man he’s awfully uptight about this. Finally somebody is calling Dingy Harry out on his lifestyle. He lives at the Ritz-Carlton. He has a condo at the Ritz-Carlton. I don’t care what floor it’s on, and whatever it costs, he didn’t earn the money to pay for it from being a lawyer in the private sector for two years. His Ritz-Carlton condo costs more than a million dollars.