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RUSH: Dennis in Franklin, Wisconsin. Hello, great to have you on the EIB Network.

CALLER: Hi, Rush. What an honor it is to talk to you.

RUSH: Thank you, sir, very much.

CALLER: I’m near 50, so I can cross off one of those bucket list items.

RUSH: Well. (laughing) You’re the first to tell me that.

CALLER: Oh, no. It’s true, too. I could verify what you’re saying about the lawlessness in Wisconsin.

RUSH: Yeah?

CALLER: It’s really a shame what’s going on here, and of course it’s extending now up through the country. I mean with the Defense of Marriage Act and the border on Arizona and the oil drilling. It’s a difficult situation, but what we feel like here is that we’ve been disenfranchised. We feel like our vote has been taken away. We voted for the governor in Wisconsin, the governor and the legislature.

RUSH: Your vote has been taken away. This is an excellent way of putting it. You have seen your vote taken away. You voted a governor, you voted a legislature, you voted specifics. This man and these people said what they were gonna do during their campaign, and now a lawless bunch of Democrats are denying that from taking place in the democratic fashion.

CALLER: Exactly.

RUSH: I wanted to get hold of Jesse Jackson when he was here in Madison to see if they would be interested in filing a civil rights lawsuit but I guess I couldn’t get near him for that. Do you think the Justice Brothers would take the case?

RUSH: Well, I think if you want to get close to Jesse Jackson you need to dress up as a ‘rut.’

CALLER: (laughing) So you said you would tell us when it was time to panic. Is it time yet?



RUSH: No, no, no, no. Contrary to that, this is the time to gird loins. Actually, as disheartening and as frustrating as this is, it’s a great opportunity. We’ve not had this kind of open display of near dictatorial power in this country in my lifetime. This is the greatest opportunity we’ve had in a long time to identify what the problem with the country is, and snuff it out — and it’s gonna be hard work. It is going to be hard. These people, their very existence — their financial existence, their way of life, their standard of living — is tied in to all this fraud. That’s what’s gonna make getting rid of it so hard, but it’s going to be well worth the effort. Wisconsin.

Folks, it is time we realize: Wisconsin is not Egypt. Wisconsin is Greece.

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