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RUSH: I’ve got some bites from the Greta show last night. I always put them at the bottom of the stack because unlike the president, this isn’t about me. (interruption) Who was? Greta, is that what she looked like? Greta looked incredulous, she couldn’t believe some of the things I was saying ’til I explained it? Yeah, yeah. By the way, grab audio sound bite number one, Mike. We put together a loop here, folks, that we’re going to be using at random when necessary.

OBAMA: This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States. This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States. This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States. This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States. This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States.

RUSH: I mean we could loop it from now until the House votes on health care, but we won’t.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: Here’s the story from the Chicago Sun-Times about President Obama congratulating Buehrle on pitch perfect game, Mark Buehrle in Chicago for the White Sox. Gibbs: ”The president congratulated him, said it was an unbelievable achievement, something that everyone will always remember. The president told him maybe it was because he wore the White Sox jacket at the All-Star Game.’ Gibbs said Obama told Buehrle, ‘As a fan, it’s extraordinary. When you’re a White Sox fan and know the guy who did it, it makes it even more fun.’ Buehrle got a chance to say a quick hello to Obama last week at the All-Star Game in St. Louis, where the president raised eyebrows at Busch Stadium by delivering the ceremonial first pitch while wearing a White Sox jacket.’ He didn’t raise eyebrows because he’s wearing — this thing says he raised eyebrows because he was wearing a White Sox jacket. That’s not what raised eyebrows. The girlie toss is what raised the eyebrows. Buehrle said, ”He said he was taking a little bit of credit because he wore the White Sox jacket at the All-Star Game.’ It’s not about him, though, folks. Not about him. Audio sound bite number one.

OBAMA: This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States. This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States. This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States. This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States. This is not about me. I’m the president of the United States.

RUSH: But, the guy who threw the perfect game in Chicago only did it ’cause Obama wore a White Sox jacket at the All-Star Game. This is not about him. It’s also not about him, the story from the Chicago Sun-Times: ‘President Obama confided to his Chicago friends Thursday night just how frustrating it is having to fight what he considers false arguments against his proposed health care reform effort.’ There aren’t any false arguments about it, folks. He’s the one who really doesn’t know the specifics. He speaks in generalities. He doesn’t want to get into the details.

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