RUSH: Here’s Palin. Now, I’m playing these sound bites here because Obama’s delivering himself to us on a silver platter. Folks, I’m serious. “Obama Says We Cannot Spend More Than We Take In” bill. Pass it. We simply reduce spending to current expenditures, current revenues, that’s it, and credit him for the inspiration, make them defend it. That’s what I don’t understand is our inability. I don’t know why we can’t take it to ’em. I’m exempting Paul Ryan from this ’cause he’s done it, but why can’t we take what this guy says and run it right back at him? (imitating Obama) “We can’t spend more than we take in.” Fine. Pass a bill that says so, credit him. Pass it. Send the defunding of Obamacare every month, make him defend it, make the Democrats veto it, vote against it, every month. Make them own the issue. Here’s Palin defending Governor Scott Walker in Wisconsin.
RUSH: She was being heckled. She talks through the hecklers. She’s talking about the Tea Party next.
PALIN: Unfortunately some of your union bosses don’t understand this, and they don’t care if union members have to be laid off. No, they want to protect their own power, and if that means forcing a governor to lay off union workers, then so be it, they’ve proven that, it’s fine with them. But that’s not real solidarity. Real solidarity means coming together for the common good. This Tea Party is real solidarity.
RUSH: She owned the crowd. It was a huge crowd. It’s not a good weather day, either. Now on to Obama.
RUSH: She’s taking it to him. What is so hard about this? “Yeah, Rush, well, you hear what they say about her?” Yeah, and she just keeps talking, doesn’t she? “Yeah, but Rush, but Rush, but they destroyed her.” Doesn’t bother her. She keeps talking. I mean I would submit they haven’t destroyed her. She’s still talking, still drawing a crowd. Still gets airtime. They haven’t destroyed her. She kept going, 2012 election begins in Wisconsin, she says.
PALIN: Mr. President, you and your cohorts threw all the hatred and all the violence that you could at these good folks here in Madison, Wisconsin, but you lost here. And Madison, you defended that 2010 electoral mandate. Your historic stand brought down the curtain on the last election, and the 2012 election begins here. We will take the courage and the integrity that you showed all of America, we will take it and we will win back our country.
RUSH: And in the big finale, as I told you yesterday, she suggests the Republican Party, if you’re not gonna fight like men, you better start fighting like girls.
PALIN: We didn’t elect you just to rearrange the deck chairs on a sinking Titanic. We didn’t elect you just to stand back and watch Obama redistribute those deck chairs. What we need is for you to stand up, GOP, and fight. Maybe I should ask some of the Badger women’s hockey team, those champions, maybe I should ask them if we should be suggesting to GOP leaders they need to learn how to fight like a girl.
RUSH: I’m all for that, based on what I know about it, I’m all for it. Damn right.
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